University of New Hampshire

School of Law

Graduate Programs – Commerce & Technology

Master of Commerce and Technology (MCT)The University of New Hampshire School of Law's Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property, Where IP Leads, focuses on patents, MIP/Masters, preparing students for the rigors of the New York Bar Admission.

Master of Laws in Commerce and Technology (LL.M.)

The University of New Hampshire School of Law’s program in Commerce and Technology prepares students for careers in emerging areas of business and law created by the rapid technological change and globalization.

Students augment required curriculum with a selection of courses in three specific areas: Intellectual Property, Transactional/Information Age, and International.

• Available in Residential program only

• Admission in August or January

• Master requires 30 credits

LL.M. requires 24 credits, or 30 credits for
candidates without a law degree

• Full-time only
• Must complete degree in 12 months

• Apply by LSAC or our Website

• Graduation ceremony in May

• NY Bar eligibility for LL.M. students





Master CT Courses Required
Residential
American Legal Process and Analysis I
2 credits
American Legal Process and Analysis II
2 credits
Graduate Legal Research and Information Literacy
1 credits
Total Credits Needed
5 credits
Courses-Core
(A candidate must select one course from each area. Course must be approved by Program Chair.)
 
Intellectual Property
3-2 credits
Transaction/Information Age/Commercial Law
3-2 credits
International
3-2 credits
Total Credits Needed
9-6 credits
Total Elective Credits Needed
16-19 credits
Total Credits for Degree
30





LL.M. CT Courses Required
Residential
US-JD
Residential
Non-JD
American Legal Process and Analysis I
waived
2 credits
American Legal Process and Analysis II
waived
2 credits
Graduate Legal Research and Information Literacy
waived
1 credits
Total Credits Needed
0
5 credits
Courses-Core
(A candidate must select one course from each area. Course must be approved by Program Chair.)
 
 
Intellectual Property
3-2 credits
3-2 credits
Transaction/Information Age/Commercial Law
3-2 credits
3-2 credits
International
3-2 credits
3-2 credits
Total Credits Needed
9-6 credits
9-6 credits
Total Elective Credits Needed
15-18 credits
10-13 credits
Total Credits for Degree
24 credits
24 credits

 

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