Health Law

Why Health Law?

The changing health care market has resulted in higher demand within the health care industry for qualified legal advice and representation. Health law is a dynamic field that deals with issues such as access to health care, medical malpractice, relationships between patients and providers, bioethics, biomedical research, the regulation of drugs and devices and public health matters. Attorneys with this legal background can work in a variety of capacities and can assist physicians, hospitals, pharmaceutical and biotech companies, insurers, employers and patients navigate health care laws and regulations.

  • Credits required for concentration: 18
  • Minimum required grade point average in concentration courses to obtain concentration: 2.5
  • Recognition: Certificate and transcript notation
  • To receive the concentration, you must submit an application by April 1 of your graduating year.

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