LLM

Programme Structure

Students are required to complete a minimum of 72 credits, and are permitted to take up to 78 credits. Each candidate is required to complete an introductory course, a Capstone Experience dissertation/practicum, four compulsory Core Courses, at least one law elective and at least one non-law elective from the list of approved courses. For the non-law electives, students may choose from the list of approved courses from the Department of Social Work and Social Administration and the School of Public Health. Courses from the Department of Social Work and Social Administration and the School of Public Health are six-credit and three-credit courses respectively. In exceptional circumstances, students may seek approval from the Programme Director to enroll only in law electives. Such exceptional circumstances include, for instance, students who have a specific background in or have otherwise received professional training in the topics covered by our non-law electives.

Note: The course requirements may change from year to year. Please enquire for further details.

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