Who Pursues this Degree?
This program is designed for students interested in issues that arise when two or more nations share watercourses.
- 24 units of study
- A cumulative grade point average of 2.33 on a 4.33 scale
Required Courses — 11 to 15 units
|Foundations of Water Law Practice||2|
|International Environmental Law Seminar||2|
|International Water Resources Law Seminar||3|
|LL.M. Legal Research Writing and Analysis — for foreign-trained lawyers||2, 2|
|Public International Law||3|
Elective Courses — nine (9) to 13 units 1
|CA Environmental Cases & Places||1|
|Graduate-Level Directed Research||1 to 2|
|International & Foreign Legal Research||1|
|LL.M. Master's Thesis||3 to 6|
|Natural Resources Law||3|
|Negotiations & Settlements||2, 3|
|Ocean and Coastal Law||2 or 3|
|Water Resources Law||3|
|Water & Environmental Law Practice A (Practicum)||3|
|Water & Environmental Law Practice B (Practicum)||3|
1 Some electives may not be offered every year. Please check the current course schedule for an updated list. The director may approve other courses as electives on a case by case basis. The director may also waive some of the course requirements (and not units) if the students has taken a similar course prior to enrollment at McGeorge.