LL.M. Degree Requirements

AUWCL’s intellectual property curriculum is one of the largest in the country – with over 60 intellectual property, technology, and related courses. Classes are offered during the day and evening, through out the year, on a part or full time basis – giving students the flexibility to tailor their schedule to accommodate other work and life demands.

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, information law, technology courses, including at least one Foundational course.

Foundational IP & Technology Courses (take at least one)

Electives (take at least 9 credits)