To earn a Certificate in International & Comparative Law, a student must complete the eighty-six credit hours required for the Juris Doctor degree and must satisfy all JD requirements. Within the elective course work required for the JD, a student must complete 6 hours of required courses and 9 hours of elective courses from the listed International & Comparative Law courses. All courses are 3 credits unless otherwise indicated.
An applicant must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.00 in the Certificate courses. If a student takes more than the 15 hours required for the Certificate, all of the international law courses will factor into the final GPA. A student must declare on the Certificate application form all of the international law courses taken, even a grade is not yet known. A student may earn a maximum of one Certificate while enrolled in law school.
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Elective Courses, Seminars and Practicum
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