Graduate students who received their J.D.s from law schools in the United States must complete 24 academic credits, 16 of which must be in courses in Global Health Law.
Graduate students trained outside the United States must complete 20 academic credits including U.S. Legal Discourse I (one credit) in the fall semester and 14 credits in courses in Global Health Law.
As part of their required Global Health Law credits, all students pursuing the Global Health Law LL.M. are required to take the 4-credit course Global Health Law (Professor Taylor).
In addition, the remaining credits must be completed from an array of other health courses which can be found on the curriculum guide.