Student-Handbook-11-12.2

Students attending the school of law may pursue full

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Unformatted text preview: rogram that includes three specialized track programs, varied concentrations in 11 specialty areas, and the traditional general law program. In addition, the School of Law offers an LLM degree with a concentration in intellectual property or law and economics, as well as a joint degree program with the School of Public Policy. Students attending the School of Law may pursue full-time day study or part-time evening study. Students in the day division take three years to complete the 89 credits required for graduation, while evening division students normally complete the requirements in four years. For more information, please visit law.gmu.edu or call 703-993-8000. School of Public Policy The School of Public Policy transcends traditional boundaries of research and teaching by integrating real-world experience into public policy education. It focuses on the study of national governance, regional economic development and transportation, international commerce, science and technology, and culture and values. The...
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