Thinking about applying for an MJ program? Well look no further. Tulane has you covered. As a soon to be alumni of the program, I can tell you from experience that the program is phenomenal. Regardless of your experience in the subject, your current position, or stage in your career, the program is designed to provide any incoming student an environment where they can learn and share their experience with others.
As an online program, you and your cohort will stay together throughout most of the program. You will build a network of peers and practitioners who you can call on for support and assistance while in the program and after. Aside from the core classes, you are given options to expand or refresh your knowledge by way of elective courses. Students have the option of learning about negotiations, privacy, investigations, FMLA and other core employment subjects while seeing some familiar faces.
Two years may sound like a long time, but trust me, time flies when you’re having fun. Learning new concepts and reassuring others in Labor and Employment Law is . The professors are very helpful, accommodating, and accessible; and they truly have your best interest at heart. While there is a great deal of asynchronous learning, you are not alone.
Learning is self-paced but a nugget of advice is to “budget” your time to ensure assignments, readings, and projects are completed on time each week. Breakdown readings by day. Determine the number of pages to read each day to ensure you complete all readings by the end of the module. Similarly, establish a schedule by when recorded sessions need to be viewed prior to completing the module and before the live sessions. Taking small bites out of the assignments for the week will make it easier to manage.
I hope this helps you make a decision in joining us at Tulane.
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