MLS with Certificate in Intellectual Property & Technology Law
The Intellectual Property & Technology Law curriculum allows on-campus MLS students to study introductory and advanced intellectual property law and to scrutinize the politics affecting those areas of the law under the guidance of leading scholars in the field. The approved courses for this certificate draw from a variety of intellectual property and technology law courses, including patent, trademark and copyright issues. In addition, students have the opportunity to consider new and emerging technologies as they relate to other areas of the law.
Students must earn 9 credit units as part of the 24 credit units required for the MLS. Students cannot earn a certificate without completing the MLS degree. Please visit the School of Law website for a list of representative courses in this discipline.