Technology Law Concentration

This concentration is designed for students who wish to combine coursework in the fields of technology law, intellectual property law, and business law to gain the skills necessary in today's rapidly changing legal environment.

In order to complete the Technology Law Concentration, students must complete the following courses:

Required CoursesCredit Hours
Business Associations 4
Conflict of Laws 2
Securities Law and Regulation 3
Intellectual Property Law 3
Legal and Economic Theory of Intellectual Property 2

8 credit hours of Technology Law electives from the following list:

Technology Law ElectivesCredit Hours
Communications Law 3
Emerging Law of Internet Privacy 2
Internet and Online Law 2
National Security Law or National Security Law Seminar 3 or 2
Privacy and Information Security 2
Regulation of Food and Drugs 3

6 credit hours of Business Law electives OR 6 hours of Intellectual Property Law electives from the following lists:

Business Law ElectivesCredit Hours
Antitrust I: Principles 3
Commercial Paper 3
Consumer Protection Law (formerly Unfair Trade Practices) 3
Corporate Tax 3
International Commercial Transactions 2
Unincorporated Business 2
Intellectual Property Law ElectivesCredit Hours
Consumer Protection Law (formerly Unfair Trade Practices) 3
Copyright Law 3 or 4
International Intellectual Property and Policy Seminar 2
Patent Law I* 2
Patent Law II* 2
Trade Secrets Law 1 or 2
Trademark Law 2 or 3

* or Patent Law (4 credits)