LLM with Certificate in International Law
The Certificate in International Law will equip LLMs with a strong foundation in international law and specialized training appropriate to their practice interests. The approved courses for this certificate draw from a variety of international law courses, thus allowing students to focus their course of study on areas such as international human rights, international intellectual property and international commercial arbitration.
Students must earn 9 credit units as part of the 24 credit units required for the LLM. Students cannot earn a certificate without completing the LLM degree. Please visit the School of Law website for a list of representative courses in this discipline.