AUWCL’s intellectual property curriculum is one of the largest in the country – with over 30 intellectual property and related courses. Classes are offered day and night, all year long, on a part or full time basis – giving students the flexibility to tailor their schedule to accommodate other work and life demands.

LL.M. Degree Requirements

The LLM degree requires the completion of twenty-four credit hours in either a Research or Practical Skills Track. At least twelve credits must be taken from approved intellectual property and information law courses, including at least one Foundational IP course.

Foundational IP Courses (take at least one)

Electives (take at least 9 credits)