How the program will work
Law students will be able to enroll in the Summer Institute for credit according to the following plan:
- The classes in each of the two weeks are organized in three-hour blocks.
- To earn one academic credit a student must enroll in and complete four blocks, two academic credits requires eight blocks, three academic credits calls for twelve blocks.
Student's transcript will read
LAW 707: Advanced Constitutional Law,
LAW 843: Advanced Issues in Immigration Policy & Litigation,
LAW 872: Regulatory Law and Policy: Financial Regulatory Reform or
LAW 881: Advanced Problems in Administrative Law and Regulatory Policy,
depending on the blocks for which a student registers.
- Students will be administered take home exams to earn grades in their coursework, with combinations of exam questions tailored for the blocks in which a student enrolled. Attendance will also be enforced for the courses.