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UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law Master of Commerce & Technology
UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law

Master of Commerce & Technology

Concord, USA

9 Months

English

Full time

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USD 41,000 / per year **

On-Campus

* priority application deadline is May 1 | International students & final deadline June 1

** Partial tuition scholarships are available.

Introduction

New challenges are created by the growth of electronic commerce, new products and services, and the growing proliferation of cybercrime every day. Our strong IP foundation has allowed us to extend our reach into a commerce and technology concentration.

Why get a Master’s Degree in Commerce and Technology Law?

As we do more business online, our economy is changing. We face daily challenges and opportunities at the intersection of new digital technologies, new business models, and the regulatory and legal landscape. This commerce and technology master’s degree, supported by UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law's strong intellectual property (IP) foundation, is designed for nonlawyers who are interested in the intersection of information technology, business, and law. Expert faculty tackle current events and rapidly developing areas such as new payment systems and the handling of consumers’ private information. This master’s program is a great fit for domestic and foreign professionals working in today’s evolving digital and data-driven economy.

Why Choose UNH Franklin Pierce for your Degree?

You will work with highly experienced faculty and enjoy access to a global network of influential practitioners. With immersive classroom experiences to learn from experts in the field in places like Silicon Valley and Las Vegas, we know some of the best learning happens not just inside the classroom, but outside as well. Students complete the program in a 9-month full-time residential format.

Program Description

The Commerce and Technology program is built at the intersection of business and law to tackle evolving legal issues facing new business and e-commerce in the global information age economy.

Expert faculty tailor courses to current events and developments, and the program offers flexibility to match the career objectives of each individual student. Course work addresses rapidly-developing areas of the law, such as cybercrime and consumers’ private information.

The program is available in residential format only.

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