Whittier Law School offers a full-time day, a part-time day and a part-time evening program of study to accommodate student needs. Each program requires 87 units for graduation, including required core courses and electives. Additionally, students must complete a required number of credit hours while in residence at Whittier Law School in order to graduate. Classes meet in fourteen-week fall and spring semesters and seven-week summer sessions. One-week spring intersession and two- and four-week summer abroad sessions are also available.