Elective Courses
International Students
Elective Courses

Beyond the required courses, Master of Laws students may choose any upper level courses in the law school catalog. The one limitation is that 20 of the 24 credits needed for graduation must be in corporate-related areas including commercial law, business acquisitions, antirust, international businesses, intellectual property, and taxation. These courses are set forth below. Course offerings and credits per course are subject to change from year to year. Four credits may be in unrelated areas, such as family law or constitutional law.

List of Elective Courses

  • Admiralty Business (2 credits)
  • Advanced Corporation Law (2 credits)
  • Advanced Income Tax (2 credits)
  • Antitrust (2 credits)
  • Banking Law (2 credits)
  • Business Tax Planning I (4 credits)
  • Business Tax Planning II (2 credits)
  • Complex Litigation(3 credits)
  • Consumer Law (2 credits)
  • Copyright Law (3 credits)
  • Corporate & Business Law Masters Class (1 credits)
  • Creditor's Rights and Bankruptcy (3 credits)
  • Employment Discrimination Law (3 credits)
  • Environmental Law (3 credits)
  • ERISA, Pensions and Deferred Compensation (3 credits)
  • Estate Planning (2 credits)
  • Federal Estate and Gift Taxation (3 credits)
  • Federal Income Tax (3 credits)
  • Government Contracts (2 credits)
  • Income Taxation of Trusts and Estates (3 credits)
  • Insurance (2 credits)
  • International Business Transactions (3 credits)
  • International Evniromental (3 credits)
  • International Finance (3 credits)
  • International Law (3 credits)
  • International Taxation (3 credits)
  • Legislation (3 credits)
  • Mutual Funds (3 credits)
  • Patents (2 credits)
  • Payment Systems (3 credits)
  • Products Liability (2 credits)
  • Sales and Leases (3 credits)
  • Secured Transactions (3 credits)
  • Seminar: Advanced Corporations (2 credits)
  • Seminar: Advanced Insurance Law (2 credits)
  • Seminar: Alternative Dispute Resolution (2 credits)
  • Seminar: Consumer Bankruptcy (2 credits)
  • Seminar: Current Issues in Labor Law (2 credits)
  • Seminar: Cyberspace Law (2 credits)
  • Seminar: Food and Drug Law (2 credits)
  • Seminar: Intellectual Property and Business Associations (2 credits)
  • Seminar: Labor Arbitration (2 credits)
  • Seminar: Regulation of the Global Economy (2 credits)
  • Seminar: Tax Research and Policy (2 credits)
  • Tax Practice and Procedure (2 credits)
  • Taxation of Business Entities (3 credits)
  • Trademarks and Unfair Trade Practices (3 credits)
  • White Collar Crime (3 credits)
  • Worker's Compensation (2 credits)
  • Workers' Compensation (2 credits)