Certificate in Health Law
To receive a Certificate in Health Law, students must complete the following: the required courses (10 credits), at least three courses from the required electives, and at least 5 additional credits from the list of elective courses. Students must also complete an externship or clinical experience related to Health Law, and their writing requirement must be satisfied with a topic in Health Law or Bioethics. Students must maintain an overall minimum GPA of 3.0 in all courses in the certificate program to complete the certificate requirements. Additionally, students must earn at least a grade of C+ in any individual course that is counted toward the certificate. The course requirements are listed in the Health Law Certificate Worksheet.
In addition, to successfully complete the certificate program, a student must complete the writing requirement for graduation on a topic in health law or bioethics as approved by the Faculty Advisor
Students must apply for admission to a Designated Faculty Advisor for the Health Law Certificate Program. A student may apply for admission beginning with the registration period for the third semester of law school. However, no application may be made after the drop/add period in the students final semester.