International Law and Global Citizenship Certificate

The International Law and Global Citizenship Certificate is designed for students seeking to explore international and comparative law and related courses.

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See International Law and Global Citizenship Certificate Learning Outcomes.

Curriculum

The International Law and Global Citizenship Certificate program requires students to complete 14 credits following the below guidelines.

Required Courses

International Law- Intro
International Trade

Required Seminars

Minimum of one course:
Comparative Constitutional Law
International Human Rights
International Intellectual Property Law

Required Summer or Semester Abroad

Minimum of 5 credits:
Summer in France program or another ABA-approved program

Note: Courses reviewable ad hoc.

Law School Electives

Agricultural Law (various – maximum 4 credits)
International Agricultural Development & Law: Cuba I & II
International Environmental Law
Courses offered by visiting professors (maximum 4 credits)

CBPA Graduate Level Electives

Maximum 6 credits:
Business, Government, and Global Economy

Note: Courses reviewable ad hoc.

For more information, see Drake Law School's course descriptions.


Program Director:

Hunter R. Clark, Professor of Law
515-271-2063 hunter.clark@drake.edu
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