The curriculum in the LLM degree is designed around the thesis. The degree requires the completion of 36 credits, assigned as follows:
- LLM Seminar: LAW 500 – Current Legal Problems (4 credits)
- Elective Course work (12 credits)
- LLM thesis (20 credits)
Students are subject to the minimum grading requirements as set by the Faculty of Graduate Studies. For master’s students, the minimum passing grade is 60% and a student may count no more than 6 credits in 60%-67% range towards their degree. All other credits must be 68% or higher.
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