International and comparative law and globalization specialization

This specialization is ideal for students who want to pursue a career with a non-governmental or inter-governmental organization, a national government, or an international court. Students will choose twelve credits hours of core courses that cover topics in comparative law such as the treatment of religion, the legal system, and political branches in a variety of states; in areas of international law, including human rights, environmental, and criminal law; and in legal development, such as economic and social inequality, constitutional design, and human rights. Attorneys specializing in the field work for non-governmental organizations, human rights groups, and international courts, as well as consultants on constitutional reform, and advisors on issues of terrorism, security, and international law.

Courses (choose at least 12 credits)