Graduate Programs Summary at Albany Law School

Albany Law School is a Private (not-for-profit), 4 or more years school located in Albany, New York. The school offers graduate degrees only. For academic year 2019-2020 the graduate school tuition & fees are $49,814 in average for all students.

Albany Law School offers 6 graduate programs: 4 Master's, 2 Doctorate programs. Some of those programs are offered by distance learning. 4 students have been conferred Master's degree and 122 students have received Doctorate degree last year.
Graduate Programs Key Facts
Albany Law School
School NameAlbany Law School
TypePrivate (not-for-profit), 4 or more years
Address80 New Scotland Avenue, Albany, NY
Graduate School Students500 students
17 students enrolled online exclusively
Tuition & Fees (2019-2020)$49,814
Number of Offered Graduate ProgramsTotal 6 Graduate Programs
4 Master's

2020 Graduate Program Tuition & Fees

Next table and chart describe 2019-2020 graduate tuition & fees at Albany Law School with tuition changes over last 5 years. Each cost is an average amount over the offered programs. The tuition & fees is $49,814 for all students.The tuition per credit hours for part-time students (or full-time students who taking extra credits) is $1,700.
2020 COATuition Trends
Graduate School 2020 Tuition & Costs - Albany Law School
Amounts
Tuition$49,624
Fees$190
Cost per Credit$1,700
Graduate Tuition Changes (2016-2020) - Albany Law School
2015-20162016-20172017-20182018-20192019-2020
Tuition & Fees$43,398$44,846$46,072$47,450$49,814

Graduate Programs By Area of Study

Albany Law School offers Masters, Doctorate graduate degree/certificate programs through 6 major areas - 3 Master's (2 online program), 1 Doctorate , 1 Post-Bachelor'(1 online program). Next table summarizes total number of completers by degree and gender.
Total Number of Conferred Graduate Degree
Master'sDoctorate Post-Bachelor'sPost-Master's
Total4122--
Men257--
Women265--
Below, you can check major programs and concentration for each area of study with offered degrees and completers. ONLINE denotes the program offered by distance learning (online degree). You may want to see all graduate schools offering a major program by following the link on the title of program.
Legal Studies

Graduate Student Population

At Albany Law School, total 500 students enrolled in both undergraduate and graduate schools, with full-time and part-time status. In graduate schools, total 500 students are enrolled for graduate degree programs. By gender, it has 240 male and 260 female students. By attending status, there are 458 full-time and 42 part-time students in graduate schools at Albany Law School. Albany Law School offers online degree program and 17 students enrolled to earn their graduate degree through online exclusively and 49 students are taking some graduate online courses.
Graduate Students Gender Distribution - Albany Law School
Total500
Men Students240
Women Students260
Graduate Students Attending Status Distribution - Albany Law School
Total500
Full-time Students458
Part-time Students42
By race/ethnicity 351 White, 30 Black, and 25 Asian students are attending at Albany Law School. Detail graduate enrollment distribution by race is shown in below chart.
Graduate Students Race Distribution - Albany Law School
Total500
Asian25
Black30
Hispanic37
White351
Two or more races26
Un-Known27
Distance learning, also called online education, is very attractive to students, especially who want to continue education and work in field. At Albany Law School, 17 students are enrolled exclusively in online courses and 49 students are enrolled in some online course.
Graduate Distance Learning Enrollment Distribution - Albany Law School
Total Enrollment500
Enrolled Exclusively in Online Courses17
Enrolled in Some But Not All Online Courses49
Not Enrolled In Any Online Courses434
Graduate Distance Learning Enrollment By Student Location - Albany Law School
Enrolled Exclusively in Online Courses17
New York Resident8
Other State In U.S.9
Outside of U.S.0

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