The Business Law Institute at the University of Mississippi School of Law offers a program of concentration in business law for students who seek to develop special expertise in business law during their law school careers.
Certificates in Business Law Studies. Introduction
The Business Law Institute at the University of Mississippi School of Law offers a program of concentration in business law for students who seek to develop special expertise in business law during their law school careers. In an increasingly competitive marketplace, the concentration provides an edge for students who have demonstrated their commitment to and interest in business law. Upon completion of the requirements of the Business Law concentration, students will be awarded a certificate evidencing completion and a notation on their official transcript. The concentration in Business Law is one of the many exciting opportunities offered to aspiring business lawyers by the Law School’s Business Law Institute.
Business Law Concentration Requirements
The requirements for the Business Law Certificate are as follows:
Complete at least 18 credit hours in Core Business Courses;
Complete at least an additional 9 credit hours in Elective Business Courses with at least 3 of those credit hours in a skills class;
Obtain a minimum 2.5 GPA in courses counted toward Certificate course requirements (minimum 3.2 GPA for Certificate with Honors); and
Receive a minimum grade of “C” in each course counted toward Certificate course requirements.
In summary, the Certificate requires completion of at least 27 hours (inc. 3 skills hours) in business law classes with no grade lower than a “C” and a minimum GPA of 2.5 in the certificate courses.
The Core Business Courses are:
Income Taxation of Individuals
(A) Income Taxation of Corporations...