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Law & Business Curriculum

The Law & Business curriculum offers students interested in a career in corporate law a solid foundation in how businesses work, including an introduction to basic finance and accounting principles for students who lack an undergraduate business or accounting degree. More information for current students.

Not all courses are offered each semester. For semester schedules, see the Class Schedules page.

Required Law & Business Courses

Students enrolled in the Law & Business Program take the following core law school courses in their second or third year:

Law & Business Electives

Students may choose from a wide range of courses to fulfill an elective requirement of nine credit hours. Students may also take up to six hours of business, finance or accounting courses approved as non-law electives.

Non-Law Electives