International Criminal Law & Justice (Online)
International Criminal Law & Justice Program (Online)
Law Degrees Available: LLM and Master's.
The University of New Hampshire's School of Law 100% online International Criminal Law and Justice degree program available in LLM & Master's addresses fast-paced developments in the globalization of commerce, terrorism, human rights, and criminal law, especially over the past 30 years. Request more information today.
Practicing lawyers, professionals, students, and scholars in diplomatic, criminal justice, military, and law enforcement communities around the world gain insight from the program’s multi-national approach. Students master transnational law courses focused on domestic crimes with international implications. And they study the implications of nations expanding the reach of their domestic criminal statutes, the creation of the International Criminal Court and Special Tribunals and United Nations conventions, with bi- and multi-lateral treaties.
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We understand the international criminal law field is always changing. We want our students to comprehend its complexities and be prepared for its continuing challenges.
International Criminal Law & Justice (LLM and Master’s) - Program Highlights
- Program name: International Criminal Law and Justice
- Format: Online only
- Degrees available: LLM and Master’s
- Start date: January 17, 2017 for spring; August 28, 2017 for fall.
- Due date/Application Deadline (this date is subject to change): April 1 priority
- Cost: $1,125 per credit/$7,470 full-time (in-state) or $1,250 per credit/$8,300 (out-of-state)
- Duration: 24 credits (LLM), 30 credits (Master’s)
My entire experience as a UNH Law online student was incredibly rewarding. Not only did I learn a tremendous amount, my instructors were top notch and experts in their field. The content was substantial and incredibly comprehensive. Also, the online aspect really worked well for my family's schedule. As soon as I started my first courses, I knew it was the right decision.
Heather Hille, Master of Int'l Criminal Law & Justice Graduate