Government Contracting and Procurement

Government Contracting and Procurement Law

*accepting applications for SUMMER term starting the week of mAY 6 - apply now*

Leading to a Master's Degree in American and Transnational Law

Come learn with legal experts the essentials of contracting and purchasing. In the University of Dayton School of Law’s exciting program, you will master the art of negotiations. You will acquire the skills that lawyers use to draft contracts. And, you will learn the essentials of resolving business disputes and managing large projects.

For lawyers and non-lawyers with No gmat, gre or lsat required for admission

This program is designed by industry experts to fast-track participants into the personally and financially rewarding career in contracting and procurement. Thanks to an Education Partnership with the National Contract Management Association, the courses in the program count toward NCMA certification and are approved for Continuing Professional Education (CPE).

classes available online or on-campus

Classes in the Government Contracting and Procurement Program are scheduled for the working professional. Each class meets one night a week. Either online or on-campus.

One of USA Today's top 20 careers that pay more than $100k (click on the link to read the story)


Highlights and Benefits

  • A fast-track into a high-demand, respected and rewarding career
  • Expected high rate of employment for program participants
  • Substantial salary and generous benefits
  • Opportunities for private-sector professionals working for corporations, businesses, and suppliers to learn alongside government contracting and purchasing professionals
  • Generous financial aid, tuition assistance, corporate and government tuition deferment and reimbursement options are available to eligible participants

More Information

Please fill out the form below if you are interested in more information about the Government Contracting and Procurement Law program.

Government Contracting and Procurement Program

Paul Schlottman, Director of Strategic Initiatives


Phone: (937) 608-2298


Keller Hall
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 2772