LL.M. Certificate Requirements
LL.M. students have three options with respect to the concentration.
Option 1: Students in the program may obtain a concentration in Global Energy, International Arbitration, and Environmental Law by completing a total of 14 credits. Concentration requirements include:
- Must complete at least 9 credits from one focus area (Global Energy, International Arbitration, or Environment)
- Must complete 5 credits from some combination of the remaining focus areas
Option 2: Students concentrate in two areas and obtain a certificate accordingly. Students pursuing this option are required to complete at least 12 hours from two focus areas. Concentration requirements include.
- Must complete 12 credit hours from some combination of two focus areas (Energy, International Arbitration or Environment and no fewer than 3 credits in one of the two focus areas
Option 3: Students concentrate in one area and obtain a certificate accordingly. Students pursuing this option must complete 12 credits from one focus area (Energy or Environment).
All students are strongly encouraged to take Administrative Law in addition to the 14 or 12 required credit hours.
To learn more and apply, visit the Master of Laws (LL.M.) Program website.
The KBH Energy Center offers a robust course curriculum in its core subject areas and continually strives to develop opportunities for students to study in depth the law, policy, and commercial realities related to the production of energy, protection of natural resources, and the use of international arbitration to resolve commercial disputes.
While the exact courses offered varies from one semester to the next, UT Law provides certain foundational courses on a consistent basis.