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Online LLM in Healthcare Law | OU Online




$557 - $1028/CH

Master the Constantly Changing World of Healthcare

The OU Online LLM in Healthcare Law is a 24-credit program for lawyers practicing healthcare law to further their specialization. It also provides a comprehensive legal foundation for lawyers wanting to transition to a healthcare law practice. Graduating with an LLM degree from OU allows graduates to teach in law schools around the country.

Admission Deadline

Rolling admissions (applications due 14 days before the intended start date).

Program Start Terms

Fall, Spring, Summer

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Benefits of the Healthcare Law Master's Degree

Faculty Expertise

Faculty members are carefully selected for the Healthcare Law program based on their experience and background in healthcare law. A mix of full-time OU College of Law faculty, practicing attorneys, compliance officers, and medical professionals will challenge and encourage you to think deeply about how the law impacts the healthcare industry and your role moving forward.

Unique Experience

The OU College of Law focuses on providing each student with a world-class experience to further their personal and professional lives. The class size is small by design to ensure each student gets individual attention, and the cohort-based model provides you with strong connections with your classmates.

Flexible Format

Learn in a flexible online program designed for working professionals. You’ll engage in online discussions with professors and fellow students while furthering your knowledge of healthcare law.


OU Online graduates find employment within six months after graduation


OU Online graduates report earning an annual salary of $75,000 or more


OU Online students say the skills they gained in their program made them more competitive in their career field

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Pursue Your 
Healthcare Law
Master's Degree

Take the next step in your career with a degree from the University of Oklahoma. Applications are reviewed year-round for fall, spring, and summer sessions. Choose your program, choose your start, and apply today.

Program Breakdown

LLM in Healthcare Law students complete a 24-credit-hour curriculum in seven-week modules. There are two modules per semester, and students typically have a short break between modules. The degree is designed to be completed in 15 months while working full-time. Students will need to take at least 24 credit hours to earn the degree and can pick from a list of courses to obtain the required credit amount.

  • Structure of Enterprises
  • Quality Control
  • Coding and Billing
  • Public Healthcare
  • Fraud and Abuse
  • Health Information Management
  • Healthcare Transactions
  • Sources of Liability
  • Investigations
  • Anti-Trust Issues in Healthcare Delivery

How to Apply

The online LLM in Healthcare Law is a selective program aimed at educating the leading legal experts and lawyers. To get started, follow these steps:


Contact an Enrollment Counselor to discuss your qualifications and interest in the program.


Fill out your application here.


Provide supplemental materials, including a resume, personal statement, and undergraduate transcripts.

The admissions committee operates under a rolling admission process, and admissions may continue until two weeks before classes start. The committee strives to respond to all applicants within two weeks of submitting a completed application.

For more information on the admissions process, please complete the contact form below, and an admissions counselor will be in touch shortly.

If you would like to compare the estimated cost of your program with a typical financial aid package, use the cost calculator on our OU Online financial aid page. 

If you have questions regarding financial aid for your online program, please get in touch with the Online Aid office by emailing or calling 405-325-2929.

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Same Academic

Like every OU Online program, the LLM in Healthcare Law is built on the foundation of world-class University of Oklahoma faculty mixed with professors of practice providing valuable instruction. By linking industry experts with our online programs, we offer the most advanced curriculum and prepare students for future career success.  

An Investment in Your Future

Earning an LLM in Healthcare Law degree from OU Online gives you the skills to succeed in a growing and evolving field. It also gives you access to career support and an expanded professional network as part of the global OU alumni community. Stand out where the industry is moving while enjoying the potential for higher pay, career advancement, and new opportunities.

Tuition and fees for the program are $18,584 ($556.50 per credit hour) for in-state students and $29,660 ($1028 per credit hour) for out-of-state students. Program prices include mandatory fees of $190.25 per credit hour and a once-a-semester fee of $105.50. Books and additional materials are not included.

Once accepted into the program, students must submit a $350 nonrefundable deposit within two weeks. Deposits are applied toward tuition expenses and secure a student’s place in the upcoming class.

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Why OU Online?

We are a top-tier public institution offering high-quality, affordable, professional undergraduate and graduate programs committed to maintaining academic excellence online.

Our Online Programs

Every OU Online program is built on the foundation of world-class faculty mixed with professors of practice providing valuable instruction. By linking industry experts with our online programs, we offer the most advanced curriculum and prepare students for future career success.

Our OU Family

When you graduate from an OU Online program, you’ll join the network of 250,000 OU alumni and be forever part of the OU family. Become part of the tradition of excellence that OU has established in its 130-year history.

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