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Certificates of Concentration

Certificate in International Law

Application for Certificate

Requirements

To be eligible for a Certificate in International Law, a student must satisfy all the requirements listed below.

A. A student must complete a minimum of 10 credits from the following International Law Required and Elective Courses:

    Required Courses:

  • International Law
     
  • International Business Transactions

    Elective Courses:

  • International Comparative Law
     
  • International & Domestic Arbitration 
  • European Union Law
     
  • International Environmental Law
  • Immigration Law
  • International Intellectual Property Law
  • Ecommerce
  • Any other course in the area of International Law, added to the curriculum on an experimental or permanent basis, if approved by the Dean for inclusion as a certificate-eligible course.
  • Up to one (1) credit from one of the following Research and Writing Components can be applied towards the required ten (10) credits of certificate courses.

B. A student must complete one of the following Research and Writing Components (20-page minimum):

  1. Advanced Topics/Seminar in the area of International Law, subject to the approval of the paper topic/project by the Faculty Coordinator; or
     
  2. Independent research paper in the area of International Law, subject to the approval of the paper topic/project by the Faculty Coordinator; or
     
  3. In connection with service on the Law Review, the completion of a final draft Note or Article in the area of International Law, if the Faculty Coordinator accepts the final Note or Article as sufficient in length and quality to be counted as completion of the Research and Writing Component; or
  4. Participation in a Moot Court competition in International Law, if the Faculty Coordinator determines that the participation on the competition brief is sufficient in length and quality to be counted as completion of a Certificate Research and Writing Component; or
     
  5. Advanced Research and Writing paper in the area of International Law, if the Faculty Coordinator accepts the final draft of the paper as sufficient in length and quality to be counted as completion of a Certificate Research and Writing Component.

C. A student must have achieved a minimum grade point average of 2.7 in all Required courses and in all graded Elective courses designated by the student to reach the required 10-credit minimum of certificate courses in International Law.

D. If a student earns a 3.3 or greater grade point average in all Required courses and in all graded Elective courses designated by the student to reach the required 10-credit minimum of certificate courses, the student will earn a “Certificate of Concentration with Distinction.”

 

 

Last Updated: 7/2/15