The online LLM program offers students an opportunity to receive specialized legal training beyond the training they have already received in a JD program or an equivalent law degree program outside the United States. The elective courses in the program will provide insight into legal issues in areas such as intellectual property, privacy, and business. Students interested in taking a bar exam will be able to strengthen their foundational knowledge of U.S. law by taking courses with content tested on bar examinations. The asynchronous online format affords flexibility with respect to the times and location at which students complete their work.
Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.
This foundational course is required for any student who obtained their first law degree outside the United States.
|LAW 6400||Introduction to U.S. Law and Legal System||2|
|Students must take at least 22 credits of LAW electives if they took the foundational course; they must take at least 24 credits of LAW electives if not required to take the foundational course.||22-24|
24 total hours required.