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The Master of Engineering in Regulatory Biomedical Engineering (rBME) is an interdisciplinary program offered through the Department of Biomedical Engineering in partnership with GW's School of Medicine and Health Sciences. Read more
The University of Colorado Law School’s Master of Studies in Law (MSL) degree is a one-year, 28-credit program that enables students who hold at least an undergraduate degree to obtain legal training short of a full Juris Doctor (JD) degree. Read more
Intellectual Property Law offers a very exciting and fascinating area of law which focuses on the protection of moral rights of innovation and creativity across works of art, industrial design, novel concepts, trademarks, writing and many other unique created works. Read more
Download the Specialist Programmes in Intellectual Property Law induction information [PDF 19KB]. Intellectual Property (IP) Law has become an interdisciplinary field comprised of law, engineering, medical science, economics, and numerous other fields. Read more
Why choose Herts? Teaching Excellence: You will be taught by experts, including practising solicitors and barristers who will train you to work on real-life scenarios at our £10m Law Building inclusive of a full-scale replica Crown Court Room. Read more
Intellectual property is an exciting and increasingly important area of law, particularly internationally and EU-wide. On this course you'll have opportunities to explore intellectual property law in both UK and EU contexts, together with the links to competition law and sport. Read more
The MA in Legal Studies allows students to create their own programme structure, choosing modules from a range covering comparative regional law, trade law, law and development, commercial law (including copyright and patent law), human rights, environmental law, Islamic law, dispute resolution, and international law. Read more
The LLM (Master in Laws) allows students to create their own programme structure, choosing courses from a wide range of subjects and perspectives, including comparative regional law, trade law, law and development, commercial law (including banking, copyright and patent law), human rights, environmental law, Islamic law, dispute resolution, and international law. Read more