LES 504 - Graduate Seminar
A seminar for second-year graduate students that provides an opportunity to build on and further develop research, writing, and analytical thinking skills and to apply these skills to the resolution of a current legal problem(s) or issue(s) in such a way that the relationship of law to society and to social change is heightened. Seminar design varies with instructor. The final paper in this course will be reviewed by the Graduate Review Committee and will constitute the master's level project. NOTE: If the course requirements are not completed during the initial four-hour enrollment, students must register for LES 597 for zero credit hours (one billable hour) in all subsequent semesters until these requirements are completed. Course Information: Prerequisite: LES 587, or equivalent experience, and permission of instructor.
Restricted to graduate LES students. Prerequisite: LES 587 or equivalent experience. Requires Instructor Approval
Academic Program Restrictions:
BBA:Online Business Admin -UIS BS:Online Mgmt Inf Sys - UIS MA:Legal Studies -UIS
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Graduate