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Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Blended Learning Program


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Full-Time or Part-Time


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Program Length

4 years, but can be completed in 3 years

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Campus Location

Saint Paul, MN

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Number of Full-Time Faculty


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Online Instruction Style

Asynchronous only

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Total Credit Requirement

86 credits

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On-Campus Attendance Requirement

Depending on which state’s bar exam(s) you plan to take, the on-campus requirement varies from 10 to 15 credits. For the first four semesters, each student will come to campus for a week at the beginning and end of each semester. For the remaining semesters, on-campus attendance requirements vary based on course selection, but it is unlikely that more than one week-long visit to campus per semester will be required

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Online Credits

The first two years will be mostly blended courses that are 1/3 online and 2/3 in person. For the last two years, each student will have the choice of blended courses, online courses, and in-person courses (or some combination of the three)

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Joint Degree Programs Offered


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August 1, 2024

Test Type Accepted

LSAT (the GRE is not required or accepted in lieu of the LSAT, but GRE scores will be taken into consideration if they are submitted)


Estimated Tuition

No less than $16,815, per semester


Scholarships Offered

The value of scholarships ranges from 15% to 100% of tuition. In addition, $10,000 North Star Scholarships are also granted

Application Fee

Application Fee


Financial Aid Deadline

Financial Aid Deadline

August 1, 2024

Extracurriculars Offered

Law journals, competitions, as well as a number of organizations and activities

Externship Possible

Yes; it is a graduation requirement

Student Support Offered

Students can contact the blended learning team, which is comprised of faculty, staff, and instructional designers, by email