International Law

Why International Law?

Globalization highlights the importance of public international law: the law of nations derived from customary law and international agreements. It also focuses on private international law: the resolution of conflicts between the laws of different countries, often in the business context. This program offers students an opportunity to prepare for both legal regimes or to focus on just one.

  • 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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