Graduation from the LL.M. Program in Intercultural Human Rights requires the completion of 24 academic credits of the LL.M. course of study, including all the required courses and needed elective courses.
Twenty-two credits are presently required courses. In addition, the students have to choose up to three additional elective credits from a variety of international and comparative law courses as well as other courses with international aspects or jurisprudential features offered in the general J.D. curriculum. These courses include seminars such as International Law in the 21st Century, Comparative Law, Sexual Identity and the Law, Canon Law , and Women and the Law as well as courses such as Human Trafficking Law, European Union Law, International Organizations, Immigration Law, International Environmental Law, Health and Human Rights, Law and Literature, Law and Bioethics, Legal Thought.
The student needs to achieve a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 in order to graduate.