​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​30 credits

Please utilize your degree audit on CampusWeb to monitor your progress towards meeting degree requirements.

Prior to August 2009 Matriculants:  Please see Academic Regulations for Distributional Requirements

Post August 2009 Matriculants:

  • * Required Courses
    Ecology or Science for Environmental Law, Environmental Law, Environmental Writing and Advocacy, Introduction to Legal Studies or Introduction to Law or Introduction to the Study of Law, Natural Resources Law, MELP Orientation
  • * One (1) Ethics/Philosophy course
  • * One (1) Alternative Dispute Resolution course
* **JD/MELP students may waive Environmental Writing and Advocacy, Introduction to Legal Studies, and the MELP orientation but must take Administrative Law.