An LLM degree (Master of Laws) can only be pursued by a law graduate. Typically, law graduates pursue an LLM to satisfy their personal choice to acquire further qualifications or to fulfil their academic inclinations.
The M.A. in Business Law has a different purpose altogether. An M.A. in Business Law degree has the purpose of creating extraordinary lawyers and business leaders. It can be pursued by graduates of law as well as non-legal streams. The degree will impart remarkable business skills, regulatory wisdom, strategic prowess and profound legal and business knowledge to enable and empower learners to deal with matters of real importance to their career and make a lasting difference to the entire country and the world through their work.
The course material and syllabus for the NUJS M.A. in Business Law is co-created, reviewed and constantly improved by an industry-academia panel comprising of celebrity litigators, law firm partners, investors, senior government officers and successful businessmen with decades of practical experience, who have specifically committed their time to contribute to the development of this initiative. As a result, you will learn practical skills related to legal strategy, business laws, decision-making, contract drafting, legal compliance and negotiation. You should consider the M.A. in Business Law if you are actually looking at producing new and demonstrable results in your career, which are different from what you have already obtained.