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LLM in Law and Business

  • Northwestern University (NU) School of Law
  • Responsable(s) de la formation : Cristina Gapasin
  • Contact administratif : Ian Kelly
  • Adresse : 375 East Chicago Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60611-3069 , Chicago
  • Email administratif : i-kelly@law.northwestern.edu; sam.kwak@law.northwestern.edu
  • Site Internet : Consulter

Admission

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Programme

The LLM/Kellogg program offers students a unique opportunity to study both business law and management techniques from the faculty of two of America's leading schools in the fields of law and business--the Northwestern University School of Law and the Kellogg School of Management. Graduates of this program are awarded an LLM degree and a certificate in business administration.


The intensive curriculum consists of upper-level course work at both schools. The law courses emphasize corporate, commercial, and transactional studies, while the Kellogg courses cover introductory and more advanced principles of management, marketing, and finance.


Required law core courses:

  • Common Law Reasoning (summer term)
  • Business Associations (summer term)
  • One course from Sales and Payments; Secured Transactions; Securities Regulation

Required Kellog core courses:
  • Accounting for Decision Making
  • Marketing Management
  • Finance 1
  • Business Strategy
  • Managerial Economics
  • Leadership and Organizations

Curriculum

The LLM/Kellogg program offers students a unique opportunity to study both business law and management techniques from the faculty of two of America's leading schools in the fields of law and business--the Northwestern University School of Law and the Kellogg School of Management. Graduates of this program are awarded an LLM degree and a certificate in business administration.


The intensive curriculum consists of upper-level course work at both schools. The law courses emphasize corporate, commercial, and transactional studies, while the Kellogg courses cover introductory and more advanced principles of management, marketing, and finance.


Required law core courses:

  • Common Law Reasoning (summer term)
  • Business Associations (summer term)
  • One course from Sales and Payments; Secured Transactions; Securities Regulation

Required Kellog core courses:
  • Accounting for Decision Making
  • Marketing Management
  • Finance 1
  • Business Strategy
  • Managerial Economics
  • Leadership and Organizations