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Course Guide

First year courses are mostly mandatory courses. In the second and third years, students can choose from a wide variety of course offerings or choose to focus in one of the 11 concentration areas. Extensive experiential learning opportunities are available to build practical skills. Current class schedules can be found here.

* Indicates concentrations.
Search Title, Description, Prerequisites, and Course Equivalency.
Course # Section Title Semester Faculty Credits Year Type Course Subject Area
6637
Business and Human Rights
Spring 2018 2 Upper Division LEC Business Law *, Human Rights *
7095
Civil Rights Moot Court
Fall 2016 Upper Division MTCT Civil Litigation *, Human Rights *, Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution & Advocacy
7095
Civil Rights Moot Court
Fall 2015 1F/1S Upper Division MTCT Civil Litigation *, Human Rights *, Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution & Advocacy
6621
Civil Rights: Citizenship and Human Rights
Spring 2018 3 Upper Division LEC Constitutional Law, Human Rights *, Immigration Law *, Legal History, Public Law
6621
Civil Rights: Citizenship and Human Rights
Spring 2017 3 Upper Division LEC Constitutional Law, Human Rights *, Immigration Law *, Legal History, Public Law
6621
Civil Rights: Citizenship and Human Rights
Spring 2016 3 Upper Division LEC Constitutional Law, Human Rights *, Immigration Law *, Legal History, Public Law
6892
Comparative Criminal Procedure
Spring 2018 3 Upper Division SEM Criminal Justice *, Human Rights *, Perspectives
6892
Comparative Criminal Procedure
Spring 2017 3 Upper Division SEM Criminal Justice *, Human Rights *, Perspectives
6892
Comparative Criminal Procedure
Spring 2016 3 Upper Division SEM Criminal Justice *, Human Rights *, Perspectives
6801
Death Penalty
Fall 2017 2 Upper Division SEM Criminal Justice *, Human Rights *
6801
Death Penalty
Fall 2016 2 Upper Division SEM Criminal Justice *, Human Rights *
6801
Death Penalty
Fall 2015 2 Upper Division SEM Criminal Justice *, Human Rights *
6084
Equal Protection and Civil Rights Acts
Spring 2018 3 Upper Division Constitutional Law, Human Rights *
6636
European Human Rights Law
Spring 2018 2 Upper Division SEM Human Rights *
6216
European Union Law
Fall 2017 3 Upper Division LEC Administrative & Regulatory Law, Human Rights *, International Law *
6216
European Union Law
Fall 2016 3 Upper Division LEC Administrative & Regulatory Law, Human Rights *, International Law *
6058
Human Rights Advocacy
Spring 2018 3 Upper Division LEC Human Rights *
6058
Human Rights Advocacy
Spring 2017 3 Upper Division LEC Human Rights *
6058
Human Rights Advocacy
Spring 2016 3 Upper Division LEC Human Rights *
7632
Human Rights Law Field Placement
Spring 2018 2-3 Upper Division FWK Human Rights *
7632
Human Rights Law Field Placement
Fall 2017 2-3 Upper Division FWK Human Rights *
7400
Human Rights Litigation and International Advocacy Clinic
Fall 2017 4F/3S Upper Division CLN Human Rights *, International Law *, Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution & Advocacy
7400
Human Rights Litigation and International Advocacy Clinic
Fall 2016 4F/3S Upper Division CLN Human Rights *, International Law *, Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution & Advocacy
7400
Human Rights Litigation and International Advocacy Clinic
Spring 2016 4 Upper Division CLN Human Rights *, International Law *, Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution & Advocacy
7842
Immigration and Human Rights Clinic
Fall 2017 4F/3S Upper Division CLN Civil Litigation *, Human Rights *, Immigration Law *, International Law *, Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution & Advocacy

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