MASTER OF ARTS IN INTERNATIONAL LAW

Courses Info

The focus of the Master of Arts in International Law degree is to prepare students to be able to identify, understand, analyze and resolve or assist in the resolution of issues related to international law within global business venues. Students will be introduced to international criminal law, as well as dispute settlement, mediation and negotiation. Skills and concepts mastered in the program include the facilitation of students’ workplace abilities in developing and implementing global law strategies, ensuring effective international cooperation between global business partners, resolving differences, researching compliance requirements for international law and alliances, and developing recommendations for international relations strategies. Course work emphasizes the practical application of international law concepts through the use of extensive case studies to promote application of these same concepts in business and industry. This program is designed to be accessible to fully-employed students.

PROGRAM BREAKDOWN BY COURSE
Course Number

 

Course Name

 

Credits

LAW 501

International Law and Globalization

3

LAW 502

International Human Rights Law

3

LAW 503

Comparative Legal Systems

3

LAW 504

International Trade Law

3

LAW 505

International Law: Organizations and Integration

3

LAW 506

International Business Transactions

3

LAW 507

Negotiation and Mediation

3

LAW 508

Immigration Law in North America

3

LAW 509

International Dispute Settlement

3

LAW 510

International Criminal Justice

3

STA 511

Statistical Research and Scientific Methodology

3

THE 512

Final Project Thesis and Presentation

3

Total Credits

36

 

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