HONORS CERTIFICATE IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND EARTH LAW Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law
The Honors Certificate Program in Environmental and Earth Law offers students a practical and visionary curriculum that includes a diverse array of environmental courses, skills and experiential experiences, and rigorous writing opportunities.
To receive an Honors Certificate in Environmental and Earth Law, a student must register in the Certificate Program and complete the following requirements:
Three core courses;
Three approved electives;
A writing component through one of the following alternatives:
A paper satisfying the requirements of one of the approved electives;
Acceptance of an environmental article in The Barry Law Review or The Environmental and Earth Law Journal;
A Directed Research paper on an environmental topic; or
An Upper-Level Writing Requirement paper on an environmental topic;
At least 12 credit hours of core and elective courses;
Maintain a 2.5 average for the courses.
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