Loyola-New Orleans Adds Environmental, Health Law Degrees
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The College of Law at Loyola University New Orleans is adding new master's degree programs in environmental and health law.
Dean and Madeleine Landrieu says the school hopes to attract both recent college graduates and experienced employees.
She says Loyola is the first law school in Louisiana and among a few in the region to offer such master's degree programs in the two highly regulated fields.
The health law program will also cover administration, with classes about policy as well as client work and management training.