LL.M. in Human Rights Courses

Required Courses

  • Fall Semester
  • International & Comparative Human Rights (3)
  • Human Rights Research and Writing (2)
  • Spring Semester
  • Thesis (3)
  • Electives (see below) (16)

Electives

Students may design their own concentration of study for fall and spring semesters by selecting electives from the following list of courses:

  • LAW 511 Christian Foundations of Law (3)
  • LAW 590 Independent Study (1-2)
  • LAW 672 Human Rights, Civil Liberties, and National Security (1)
  • LAW 674 Religion in the Workplace (3)
  • LAW 711 Jurisprudence (3)
  • LAW 712 Legal History (3)
  • LAW 713 Origins of the Western Legal Tradition (2)
  • LAW 732 Juvenile Law(3)
  • LAW 735 International Trafficking in Persons (3)
  • LAW 776 Comparative Law (2)
  • LAW 784 International Law (3)
  • LAW 785 Immigration Law & Procedure (3)
  • LAW 790 National Security Law (3)
  • LAW 795 Legal Aid/Nonprofit Externship (1-3)
  • LAW 811 Biblical Law (3)
  • LAW 812 Shari’a Law (3)
  • LAW ___ Social Enterprise (2)
  • LAW ___ International Criminal Law (2)
  • LAW ___ International Development and the Rule of Law (2)
  • LAW ___ International Religious Freedom (2) 
  • LAW ___ International Children’s Rights (2)
  • LAW ___ Child Advocacy Practicum (1-3)
  • LAW ___ Immigration Practicum (1-3)
  • LAW ___ NGO Organization and Management (2)

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