Antitrust Law Concentration

Students who wish to gain an understanding of the laws that promote competition and protect consumers may wish to pursue the Antitrust Law Concentration.

For students matriculating in Fall 2017 and beyond

In order to complete the Antitrust Law Concentration, students must complete the following antitrust law courses:

Required CoursesCredit Hours
Antitrust I: Principles 3
Antitrust II: Applications 3
Antitrust Economics 2
Global Antitrust Law
OR EU Competition Law
2


In addition to these core courses, student must choose two electives from the following list:

Electives*Credit Hours
Advanced Antitrust Seminar 2
Consumer Protection Law  3
FTC Seminar 2
Global Antitrust Law
OR EU Competition Law
2
Statistics for Lawyers 3

For students matriculating before Fall 2017

In order to complete the Antitrust Law Concentration, students must complete the following antitrust law courses:

Required CoursesCredit Hours
Antitrust I: Principles 3
Antitrust Economics 2
Global Antitrust Law
OR EU Competition Law
2
Statistics for Lawyers 3


In addition to these core courses, student must choose two electives from the following list:

Electives*Credit Hours
Antitrust II: Applications 3
Advanced Antitrust Seminar 2
Consumer Protection Law (formerly Unfair Trade Practices 3
FTC Seminar 2
Global Antitrust Law
OR EU Competition Law
2

*Additional antitrust elective courses may be substituted with permission of the Associate Dean for Administration and Student Affairs.