Tuition Fee Schedules
Advancing your education with Loyola Law School, Los Angeles is an investment with significant returns.
In addition to developing skills that will help you stand out to employers, you’ll join a network of 18,000+ alumni worldwide and make lasting connections within Los Angeles’ tax law community. Plus, 90 percent of our tax law graduates are employed in tax-related positions within nine months of graduation.
Estimated tuition for both our Master of Laws in Taxation (Tax LLM) and Master of Tax Law (MT) is $44,400.* This estimate does not include miscellaneous other costs you might incur, such as loan fees, books and supplies.
Loyola Law School offers you access to a variety of forms of financial assistance, including federal loans and military benefits. It’s important you apply properly and promptly to ensure you receive aid. If you need assistance, we’re here to answer questions along the way.
Your first step is to apply for financial aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Loyola Law’s Title IV code is E00254.
Apply every October as soon as the FAFSA application becomes available. You may receive more financial aid if you apply sooner, as some support is awarded based on your filing date.
You may receive up to $20,500 from federal loans. The government also offers a Federal Direct Graduate PLUS loan for law, graduate and professional students.
Note that international students are ineligible for federal loans.
Military students at Loyola Law School may receive all VA benefits, including waived application fees, emergency loans, book vouchers, veteran transition classes and more.
Loyola Law participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program, under which we may contribute up to 50 percent of your tuition expenses, an amount that’s matched by the VA.
Loyola Law may also provide a direct grant of $2,000 to a maximum of 15 qualifying veterans. Students are considered for this Yellow Ribbon award on a first-come, first-served basis.
If you have any questions about financial aid, request more information or call 833.358.1724.
Employer Tuition Reimbursement
Many employers will cover some amount of educational costs to help attract and retain high-quality employees. Your first step is to ask your manager or your company’s human resources department if tuition reimbursement is an option for you and how to get started.
If you need help persuading your employer that tuition reimbursement is a good idea, share these benefits:
Four Ways Online Learning Benefits You and Your Employer
Put Your New Skills to Work Immediately.
The diverse community, perspectives, skills, and expertise you gain in our Graduate Tax Law Programs will benefit you, your daily work and your employer right away.
Help Your Employer Save Money.
Did you know the IRS offers tax benefits to companies offering educational assistance? Plus, by investing in your education, your employer ensures they don’t need to interview, hire and train someone who has the skills you’ll develop at Loyola Law.
Study on Your Schedule.
Our online programs are designed to fit your life as a working professional. Learn where and when you please, without disrupting your daily work or other commitments.
Benefit From a Top-Ranked Education.
We are ranked the No. 3 Online Graduate Tax Law Program in the nation based on U.S. News & World Report’s 2020 edition of “America’s Best Graduate Schools,” and our tax law faculty has a combined 100-plus years of experience training top-quality tax law professionals.
*Additional fees may apply. Tuition rates are subject to annual changes.