LL.M. Degree Requirements
The LL.M. degree program requires students to successfully complete 24 credit hours of coursework, and earn a minimum grade point average of 2.0.
Although LL.M. students can largely pursue coursework and directed research in an area of law that interests them, they are required to complete the following courses:
- Introduction to American Law
- Legal Research and Writing for International Lawyers
- One first-year curriculum class
- Thesis or Seminar Writing Option: Please note that Scholarly Writing is only required for students completing the thesis option.
Upon enrollment in the program. students have the opportunity to consult with a faculty adviser to select these and other J.D. courses that meet their specific goals and interests. LL.M. candidates may, with permission take courses from an approved list of graduate courses in the University, including the Babcock Graduate School of Management.