Master of Jurisprudence in International and Comparative Business Law - Curriculum

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Candidates for the M.J. in International and Comparative Business Law degree must satisfactorily complete two full academic semesters for a total of at least 24 credit hours. Students may enroll in additional coursework, provided that the total load per semester does not exceed the normal limit of 17 hours. Some applicants may qualify for part-time enrollment.

Required Courses

  • United States Legal Systems
  • U.S. Legal Research & Writing
  • International Law
  • International Litigation and Arbitration
  • International Business Transactions
  • Externship

Elective Courses

  • Copyright Law
  • Drafting Business Entity and Transactional Documents
  • Entertainment Law
  • European Union Business Law
  • International Banking and Finance
  • International Business and Transborder Crime Seminar
  • International Intellectual Property
  • International Joint Ventures
  • International Sales and Arbitration
  • International Taxation
  • International Trade Regulation
  • Patent Law
  • Sports Law
  • Trademark & Unfair Competition Law