International and Comparative Law Program
The Certificate in International and Comparative Law offers students the opportunity for exposure to different facets of international law and international living in order to better position them for an international career. The certificate seeks to encourage students to expand their career goals by facilitating overseas experiences in one of the Semester or Summer overseas programs in London, Augsburg, Rwanda and Uganda. Students will be mentored by the international faculty through international courses, internships, moots and memberships as well as the initial application interview. Although not required, students are encouraged to develop language skills and direction is given to help achieve this.
International and Comparative Law Requirements
In order to complete the certificate, students are required to attend at least one of the overseas programs and complete 14 units of required and elective courses. Students must apply and interview before being considered for acceptance into the Certificate in International and Comparative Law program.
The following courses must be completed by each candidate for a Certificate in International and Comparative Law: