The International Law Certificate Program is designed to ratify a student's completion of a concentrated course of study in international law. This certificate provides a grounding in the foundations of international legal history, reflects the interdisciplinary nature of private and public international law—from international business transactions to international human rights—and prepares students for the shifting conditions of contemporary international practice.
Law students who wish to participate in the International Law Certificate program should complete the application and can direct questions to the certificate program advisor. The International Law Certificate requires completion of the normal requirements for the JD. A minimum of 18 credit hours must be obtained in the area of international law as follows: