Online MSL in Data and Privacy Law at Cardozo
Break down the complexities of cybersecurity, data and privacy laws under the direct tutelage of leading experts in the field.
Uniquely focused on data and privacy law, Cardozo’s online Master of Studies in Law (MSL) program combines in-depth coursework with online convenience. You’ll become an authoritative specialist through studies in international data protection, cybersecurity, internet law, and much more.
As a Cardozo student, you’ll study with our top-ranked faculty in supportive, engaging small-group settings. By earning this MSL degree, you’ll gain the skills and confidence to make smarter decisions about data operation and management—in your current professional role or your future career as a data specialist.
- 10 courses
- 30 credits
- 100% online
- Complete in as few as 24 months
- Three opportunities to start per year (fall, spring, and summer)
- No GRE or LSAT required for admission
Learn the laws that shape your industry.
Our global digital economy is fueled by big data. To remain competitive and reach new revenue streams, corporations worldwide collect, store, analyze, use, monetize, and share data in almost every aspect of their operations. These practices have raised concerns regarding data privacy and security—for customers, business partners, regulators, and other stakeholders. Organizations are re-evaluating how they manage emerging data risks.
With Cardozo’s MSL in Data and Privacy Law, you can understand the complex regulations governing data management today. The Cardozo curriculum takes a holistic approach to legal risk mitigation, examining the integral role that each stakeholder plays in ensuring data integrity and privacy.
Prepare to lead in a rapidly changing regulatory environment. Help your organization build a risk-aware corporate culture and infrastructure that respect privacy and protect customer data.
Enhance your understanding of laws at the state, federal, and international levels. Learn the intricacies of the litigation, regulatory risks, and compliance challenges facing organizations in the public and private sectors.
Beyond adding value to your current professional role, you’ll be prepared to advance in the highly regulated areas of government, healthcare, and corporate technology.