HONORS CERTIFICATE IN CHILDREN AND FAMILY LAW
Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law
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To receive the certificate IN CHILDREN AND FAMILY LAW, a student must apply for the program and complete five core courses: Family Law; Protections Children & the Law; Rights Children & the Law; an approved skills component; and an approved writing course. A student must also complete two approved electives and maintain a 2.5 average in the courses.
Upon completing the program requirements, the student will receive an Honors Certificate in Children and Family Law, which will also be reflected on the student’s transcript. Students may apply for the program by contacting the Registrar’s office.
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