The online Master of Laws in Space, Cyber, and Telecommunications Law (LLM) program is designed for students already in a career track looking to build upon their existing experience.
Students of the Space, Cyber and Telecommunications Law, LL.M. program gain:
- Knowledge of how these three facets of law are intertwined.
- A network of peers that spans multiple industries.
- Preparation for the future of law in these developing fields.
While students generally pick an area of focus for their independent research, it is required that students take classes in all three areas. Nebraska law is the one program in the world to specialize in all three and require graduates to obtain a well-rounded understanding of the changing legal frontier.
Students must complete their degree requirements within a maximum of six semesters. Online LL.M. students will “attend” classes synchronously (at the same time) with students who attend on campus. Through the use of Zoom, online students may ask questions, view the class and participate in class discussion.
- At least three of the 24 credit hours must be completed on campus, including at least one credit in residence during the first two semesters, but otherwise can complete all remaining credits through online courses.
- Must participate 75% of the time in an online course in real-time (synchronously), unless the student obtains a waiver from the professor of the course and the director of the program.
- Attend one UNL Space, Cyber, and Telecom Law-hosted conference or seminar in-person.