Upper Level Curriculum

The School of Law offers a range of upper level courses that provide students with a well-rounded background ina variety of legal disciplines. Many upper level courses provide students with opportunities for interdisciplinary study and concentration in particular areas of interest. Second, third, and fourth-year students may customize their curriculum with a range of recommended and elective courses, seminars and externship experiences. Students are encouraged to choose electives that provide depth of exposure in fields of special interest and general exposure to numerous areas of law. Additionally, students are allowed to take up to six credits of graduate work outside the law school. Counseling on individual degree plans is available from the faculty and the Associate Dean for Student Life.

For a detailed look at the graduation requirements of the School of Law, click here.

For a copy of the law school Curriculum Guide, click here.

For the tentative Fall 2014 Class Schedule, click here.

For the tentative Spring 2015 Class Schedule, click here.