Health Law & Bioethics Concentration
- Interdisciplinary courses in health law, bioethics and human rights taught by nationally distinguished faculty
- Access to cutting-edge research throughout the University of Minnesota
- Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology writing opportunities
- Membership in the Health Law & Bioethics Student Association
- Networking and career employment opportunities with alumni nationwide
- Access to programs and events sponsored by the Joint Degree Program in Law, Science & Technology, the Consortium on Law and Values in Health, Environment & the Life Sciences, and Center for Bioethics
- Option of interdisciplinary Master of Arts degree in Bioethics through the Center for Bioethics
- Required courses: range from health care delivery to highly specialized courses and seminars. Law students also can take advantage of the resources of other departments at the University of Minnesota through interdisciplinary graduate studies.
- The Consortium on Law and Values in Health, Environment & the Life Sciences: University-wide center that builds on the strengths of 19 university centers and programs to tackle difficult interdisciplinary questions on law and values in health, the life sciences, and the environment.
- The University of Minnesota offers a unique Joint Degree Program in Law, Science & Technology for students interested in combining a law degree with one of a broad range of graduate and professional degrees in health and the life sciences.
Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology: a multidisciplinary journal published twice annually offers educational opportunities for law students and a venue for their scholarly publication.
The Health Law & Bioethics Association (HLBA): provides practical career guidance in the field of health law, and fosters awareness, critical thought, and debate about topics in bioethics through interdisciplinary discourse and collaborates with students and organizations from other colleges at the University of Minnesota.