MS in Child Development and MJ in Children’s Law and Policy (Dual Degree)

Develop the leadership skills needed to advocate for children and families, and learn how to identify and address inequality in law and policy.

The first of its kind in the nation, this program is offered in conjunction with Loyola University Chicago School of Law’s Civitas ChildLaw Center. Graduates of this program earn an MS in Child Development from Erikson and an MJ in Children’s Law and Policy from Loyola University of Chicago.

To learn more about what Loyola University Chicago requires for admission to its MJ in Children’s Law and Policy program, please visit them here. Or contact Catherine Birmingham at [email protected].

Erikson offers several scholarships. If you apply for admission to the program and complete a FASFA by July 15 (for an August 15 decision), you may be eligible for a $12,000 scholarship to be used over the course of the program.

Next application deadline: July 15 for August start.