LL.M. Transnational Business Practice
In addition to the two courses required for the LL.M. in Transnational Business Practice, our students may enroll in other elective courses relevant to transnational business courses, or may opt to engage in advanced scholarship by pursuing a Master Thesis or a Directed Research.
Students will have the possibility to study for two or more semesters at Pacific McGeorge. The program requirements are as follows:
- 24 units of study
- Cumulative grade point average of 2.33 on a 4.33 scale
- LL.M. Legal Process (three semester units) — Only for those trained outside of the United States
- International Business Transactions or Transnational Litigation (three semester units)
You may tailor the rest of your academic studies by choosing from a variety of elective courses in substantive areas of U.S. Domestic Business Law and International Law. The director of the Graduate Programs will personally meet with you to go over your academic study plan.
Elective Courses 1
International Law Courses
U.S. Domestic Business Law Courses
1 With prior approval, candidates may also be permitted to enroll in other elective courses relevant to transnational business practice not listed above for the purposes of completing the 14 units in the fall semester. Note: Not all electives listed above are offered in every academic year.
2 With prior approval, may be taken in the Spring.
3 Limited to LL.M. candidates from civil law jurisdictions for Fall enrollment only.
Contact the Graduate & International Programs Office
Email | 916.739.7353 or 916.739.7019