First-year law students follow a rigorous course of study that covers the following subjects: Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Contracts, Criminal Law, Introduction to Ethical Lawyering, Legal Research and Writing, Property, and Torts.
After the first year, students are required to complete 18-21 units of additional
required courses (depending on the units offered for certain courses), including:
Corporations, Criminal Procedure, Evidence, Federal Income Taxation, Remedies, and
Wills and Trusts.
Students also have the opportunity to select from a broad range of elective courses, clinics, externships, and student-edited journals.
MBA Core Curriculum
A minimum of 48 units is required to complete the MBA curriculum. Of these units, 30-40 are comprised of core classes, and another 8-18 units are met through elective courses. A 0-unit Integration Seminar is also required, but does not add to the 48 unit requirement.
MBA Core Classes
- Business Writing
- Financial Accounting
- Cost Accounting
- Economic Concepts
- Managerial Economics
- Applied Data Analysis
- Information Resources and Technology
- Personal Development for Leadership
- Theories and Models of Organization
- Macroeconomic Analysis
- Technology and Operations Management
- Quantitative Business Analysis
- Strategic Management