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
|International Water Resources Law Seminar||3|
|Public International Law1||3|
|Foundations for Water, Natural Resources and Environmental Law Practice 1||2|
|Water Resources Law Practice 1||3|
|Water and Energy Law Seminar||1|
Elective Courses — 12 to 15 units from the following options1
|Water Resources Law||3|
|International Environmental Law||3|
|Natural Resources Law||3|
|United Nations Law & Practice||3|
1 If not already taken as part of a J.D./LL.B. program.
2 The thesis must be successfully defended before a thesis committee, to be chaired by the Thesis Supervisor. It is normally expected that a candidate would have completed the thesis by the conclusion of the second semester of the program.