Capital University Law School offers ten concentration programs:
Children and Family Law Civil LitigationCriminal LitigationDispute ResolutionEnergy Law and PolicyEnvironmental LawGovernmental AffairsLabor and EmploymentPublicly Held CompaniesSmall Business Entities
By focusing electives in a particular subject area, students may earn a certificate of concentration in one of ten areas of study. The concentrations allow student to take advantage of Capital's nationally-known faculty and the experience they bring to these areas. These certificate programs offer students the opportunity to develop their skills and knowledge in an area of interest without requiring additional time or tuition costs to complete.
Students must successfully complete between 11-15 credit hours of coursework chosen from an extensive list of electives, maintain a minimum grade point average, and in some cases, complete their upper-class writing assignments in an approved course within the subject area in order to earn a concentration certificate.
To learn more about the Law School's concentration programs, e-mail the Admission office or call 614-236-6310.
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*Through May 2012