Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
You can study Energy Law wherever and whenever you connect to the Internet, and gain access to a learning environment that is personalized, friendly and welcoming. As many in the industry already know, you don’t have be an attorney to learn or use Energ
The MJEL Admissions Committee seeks applicants who want in-depth knowledge of energy, natural resources and environmental law to further their careers and to make the world a better place.
MJEL students are working professionals looking to enhance their career opportunities, recent graduates seeking an advantage in a competitive job market, and lawyers seeking specialization. Since the MJEL provides its graduates with a unique advantage by focusing on the law, the students in the MJEL program are diverse. Student ages range from traditional undergraduates to mid-career professionals, lawyers and professors. MJEL applicants must have obtained a Bachelor's degree prior to the start MJEL classes. The GRE or any other entrance examination is not required.