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LLM in International Law


University of San Diego    School of Law

Full time & Part time See Course LLM 1 Year

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Key Program Features

The LLM in International Law is a professional development degree that allows graduates of U.S. law schools to further develop their knowledge and expertise in the area of international law. With the growing global economy, studying international law in a dynamic, multi-cultural city that is home to the busiest land and port entry in the world is a unique opportunity for U.S. attorneys. USD was recently recognized as 1 of only 5 universities to receive NAFSA's 2015 Senator Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization. The award is given annually to schools that are "making significant, well-planned, well-executed, and well-documented progress toward comprehensive internationalization."

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Entry Requirements

A candidate for this LLM degree must successfully complete 24 credit hours of appropriate coursework
Required courses: Public International Law and International Business Transactions
4 of the 24 credits must fulfill a written work requirement, which may be satisfied by a minimum of two research papers in the area of international law
15 of the 24 credits must come from approved elective courses in the area of International Law
Remaining credits may be chosen from our elective offerings
Full details of the degree requirements may be found in the School of Law Academic Rules in the Student Handbook

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