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Concentration in Business Law

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The Concentration in Business Law is a formal recognition that a student has pursued a concentrated course of study in the field of business law.

The concentration requires a minimum of 14 credits of coursework in the area of business law. Students are required to earn a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better in all courses counted towards the concentration in business law.

 

REQUIRED COURSES - 7 CREDITS

  • BUS6235 Corporations and Other Business Associations (4)
  • BUS290 Securities Regulation (3)

 

ELECTIVES - 7 CREDITS

  • ADR6410 Alternative Dispute Resolution (3)
  • ADR6405 Arbitration (2)
  • ADR6412 Mediation (2)
  • ADR6420 Negotiation (2)
  • BUS6280 Sales (2)
  • BUS6285 Secured Transactions (3)
  • BUS6262 Social Enterprise Law (2)
  • BUS6255 Income Taxation (4)
  • BUS6260 Intellectual Property (2)
  • BUS6305 Non-Profit Organizations (3)
  • BUS6238 Digital Drafting (3)
  • BUS6245 Employment Law (3)
  • BUS6210 Bankruptcy (3)
  • CRI7318 White Collar Crime (3)
  • ENV5365 Climate Change and the Power of Taxes (2)
  • ENV5239 Land Transactions and Finance (3)
  • ENV5220 Environmental Economics and Markets (3)
  • FAM7710 Estates (4)
  • INT7411 French Corporate Law (1)
  • INT7416 International Business Transactions (3)
  • BUS7819 Environmental Issues in Business Transactions (2)
  • GPP7814 International Intellectual Property (XAD) (2)
  • GPP7823 Bankruptcy/Landlord - Tenant (XAD) (2)
  • GPP7810 Commercial Transactions (XAD) (2)
  • GPP7816 Employment Law/Pretrial Litigation (XAD) (2)
  • GPP7812 Real Estate Transactions (XAD) (2)
  • GPP7818 Representing Entrepreneurial Business (XAD) (2)

WRITING

  Students must complete a business law-related IRP or AWR.