Communications Law Concentration

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This concentration is designed for students who wish to gain a solid foundation in communications law, but who also wish to have more flexibility in their course of study. In order to complete the Communications Law Concentration, students must complete the following courses:

Required Courses Credit Hours
Communications Law 3
Administrative Law 3
Perspectives on Regulation 2 or 3
Intellectual Property Law or Patent Law I & II* or Copyright Law 3
3 or 4

* or Patent Law (4 credits)

In addition to these core courses, student must choose two electives from the following list or one elective and one Supervised Externship:

Electives Credit Hours
Advanced Constitutional Law: First Amendment or First Amendment Law 2 or 3
Regulated Industries 2
Business Associations 4
Internet and Online Law 2
Emerging Law of Internet Privacy 2
Legal and Economic Theory of Intellectual Property 2
Antitrust I: Principles
3 or 4