Privacy Law, Graduate Certificate
The Graduate Certificate in Privacy Law, open to all JD students, gives students the opportunity to deepen their knowledge and develop their expertise in the field of privacy law.
Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.
Required LAW Courses
|Complete at least two courses totaling at least 6 credits from the following:||6|
|Data Privacy Compliance in the 21st Century|
|Information Privacy Law|
|Information Security Law|
Required Non-LAW Courses
|Complete at least two courses totaling at least 6 credits from the following list:||6|
|Cyberlaw: Privacy, Ethics, and Digital Rights|
|Special Topics in Privacy Law|
|Perspective on Journalism Ethics|
|Introduction to Health Informatics and Health Information Systems|
|Data Management in Healthcare|
|Personal Health Interface Design and Development|
|Science, Technology, and Public Policy|
|Security and Resilience Policy|
|Big Data for Cities|
|Data-Driven and Technology-Enabled Value Creation in Digital Economy|
Co-op Requirement: Students must complete at least one co-op related to the certificate topic.
Writing Requirement: Students must complete a piece of substantial writing that meets the requirements of the JD upper-level rigorous writing requirement and that has a clear connection to the certificate topic.
For additional information on requirements associated with this certificate, please consult the JD program's Student Information Handbook.
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
12 total credit hours required, including at least 6 credits of LAW courses and at least 6 credits of non-LAW courses.
Students must receive a passing grade in all courses and satisfactorily complete all other requirements.