Curricular Offerings

Below is a list of relevant course work for the Health Law Concentration, including required and elective classes.

Health Law Concentration: Required and Elective Courses

Required CoursesHealth Law and Bioethics
Advanced Courses - Must Take Two
Health Law: Institutional Structures and Financing
Advanced Courses - Must Take Two
Health Law Option
Advanced Courses - Must Take Two
(Must Take One)
Writing Requirement

Health Law

LAW 2961 - Administrative Health Law (2)

A student must complete a significant writing project in any course, or via any journal note or Independent study, on a topic related to the Concentration, as approved by the student's concentration faculty advisor. Normally the writing project for this concentration will be eligible for Writing Credit I. However, with the agreement of a student's advisor, a writing project that fulfills Writing Credit II may fulfill the Concentration writing requirement. It is permissible for the writing used to satisfy this requirement be the same writing used by the student to satisfy another Law School requirement.


LAW 2941 - Representing Health Care Providers (2)