Albers School of Business and Economics
Course Descriptions

Joint Degree Crossover Courses

  • The following courses can be used to satisfy elective credits toward the juris doctor and graduate business degrees. Not all courses are offered each quarter, semester, or year, and some courses may require particular sequencing or have prerequisites. In addition to the courses listed below, students may, upon approval, receive crossover credit for other appropriate courses that may be offered from time to time. Crossover credit will not be granted for courses that are substantially similar to courses already taken in the other school.

    School of Law

    • Administrative Law
    • Advanced Real Estate
    • Antitrust
    • Bankruptcy
    • Basic Real Estate
    • Business Entities
    • Business Planning
    • Client Counseling & Negotiations
    • Community Development and Entrepreneurship Clinic
    • Consumer Law
    • Corporate Acquisitions
    • Corporate and Partnership Tax
    • Corporate Finance
    • Corporate Governance
    • Corporate Law Appellate Litigation
    • Corporations, Law and Society
    • Dispute Resolution
    • Employment Discrimination
    • Employment Law
    • Environmental Law: Fundamentals
    • Environmental Law-NEPA/SEPA (formerly Environmental Law: Pollution)
    • Health Law I
    • Individual Income Tax
    • Intellectual Property
    • International Business Transactions
    • International Tax
    • International Trade
    • Labor Law: Private Sector
    • Labor Law: Public Sector
    • Land Use Planning
    • Law and Economics Seminar
    • Mediation, Advocacy, and Collaborative Law
    • Not for Profit Organization Clinic
    • Payment Law
    • Pensions and Employee Benefits
    • Products Liability
    • Public International Law (formerly International Law)
    • Securities Regulation
    • Taxation of Charitable Organizations
    • UCC Sales and Secured Transactions

    Albers School of Business and Economics

    Accounting

    Economics

    Finance

    Management

    Marketing

    *The American Bar Association, one of the accrediting agencies for law schools, requires that the JD degree be completed within a maximum of seven years.**One quarter credit is the equivalent of .67 semester credits. A 3 quarter credit crossover business course could, for example, be used to satisfy 2 semester credits for the JD degree.

    ***One semester credit is the equivalent of 1.5 quarter credits. A 4 semester credit crossover law course could, for example, be used to satisfy 6 quarter credits for the graduate business degree.