Courses at Non-Law, Non-UST Graduate Institutions

III-B-11 Courses at Non-Law, Non-UST Graduate Institutions

Classes taken at non-law school graduate institutions other than UST are presumed not to count toward satisfaction of the UST law degree requirements. However, with prior approval of the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, up to six credits taken at such non-UST graduate schools may be counted toward the UST law degree provided that the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs determines that 1) a substantially similar course is unavailable at UST Law, other UST graduate programs, or one of the other three law schools in the Twin Cities; 2) the course is of sufficient academic rigor to warrant credit toward the UST Law degree; and 3) there exists a sufficient nexus between the subject matter of the course and the student’s professional aspirations for using the UST Law degree.

Adopted by the Law Faculty, November 29, 2004

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