The LL.M proposed at the university are respectively :
USF’s LLM in Taxation provides a firm grounding in the major areas of taxation and prepares graduates for successful careers in tax law
Students in the LLM in Taxation program gain a firm grounding in all major areas of taxation and preparation for advancing or launching successful careers in tax law. They expand their knowledge of tax law and network with established professionals in the field.The curriculum for this new, one-year program is both broad and deep. Expert faculty members empower students with a deep understanding of tax laws and Internal Revenue Service pronouncements and teach them to analyze the proposals for tax reform.
USF's Intellectual Property and Technology Law program provides a thorough exposure to American, international, and comparative intellectual property law
The LLM in Intellectual Property and Technology Law, which is open to U.S. and foreign candidates with law degrees, provides a thorough exposure to American, international, and comparative intellectual property law. The program equips students with a sufficient grounding in legal theory and practical skills to pursue gainful employment in the intellectual property field in the United States or abroad.
The program requires two consecutive full-time semesters of study at the USF School of Law (August through May). The program may also be completed through part-time study with permission of the director.
The LLM program in International and Comparative Law, which is open only to foreign students, allows students to focus on either international commercial and business transaction law, international human rights law, or an in-depth study of a particular area of U.S. law
Students in the Master of Laws in International Transactions and Comparative Law program choose to specialize in one of two areas. The first option is to focus on the law relating to international business and commercial transactions or international human rights law. Students who select the second option focus on an area of American law as the subject of a comparative law study. Completion of either option leads to the LLM degree. Students pursuing either track may tailor their education by selecting from many recommended and elective courses.