To earn the LLM in Health Law, a student must complete 24 semester hours of credit with a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.50. A summer term is counted as a semester for this purpose. If a student does not meet the degree GPA requirement of 2.50, the student may still earn a Certificate in Health Law if the student completes 18 credit hours with a cumulative GPA of 2.00.
Courses must be selected from the LLM in Health Law courses listed below. LLM students also may enroll in up to three designated courses in the Public Service Management Graduate Program. The LLM program may be completed on either a full- or part-time basis but must be completed within four years.
LLM students may not receive credit for law courses completed prior to admission to the program. The American Bar Association mandates that no credit may be given for health law courses taken before a student is accepted into the LLM program. Credits earned as part of a JD program do not count toward the LLM.
Choose one from the list below:
Liberal Arts and Sciences Electives
These courses are on the quarter system. Each course equates to 1.5 law school credits.