To earn a certificate in international and comparative law, students must complete at least three courses from the list of core courses and earn a total of 15 credits from any combination of the two lists below.

For a list of current course offerings, please visit links from the Courses section of this Bulletin.

Core Courses

  • Comparative Law
  • Foreign Relations Law of the United States
  • International Business Transactions
  • International Human Rights Law
  • International Law

Elective Courses

  • Advanced Topics in Foreign Relations Law Seminar
  • Comparative Constitutional Law Seminar
  • Comparative Law & Religion Seminar
  • European Union Law
  • Immigration Law
  • International Commercial Arbitration
  • International Courts & Tribunals: Practice & Procedure
  • International Criminal Law
  • International Intellectual Property Law
  • International Justice & Conflict Resolution Externship
  • International Money Laundering, Corruption & Terrorism
  • International Negotiation & Dispute Resolution
  • International Rule of Law Reform
  • International Taxation
  • International Trade Law
  • Introduction to U.S. & Comparative ADR Processes
  • Investor-State Arbitration
  • Law & Practice of the United Nations
  • Socialist Law in Transition Seminar
  • The Financial Crisis & the Regulatory Response: National & International Perspectives
  • The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
  • War Crimes & Tribunals Seminar