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Program Calendar

Program Calendar

Classes are subject to change. Please review the Registration Packet for each term for the most up to date list or contact the program office at (954) 262-6258 or MSLawPrograms@nova.edu.

****The elective classes are only offered once a year so please keep this in mind as you plan your elective classes and any concentration you are seeking.

Core and Program Core Courses

  • MLAW 1020: Legal Research Methods and Reasoning (3 credits) - offered Summer 2018 
  • MEML 1030: Technology and Privacy Concerns in the Workplace (2 credits)
  • MEDL 1080: Constitutional Law in the Classroom (2 credits)
  • MHL 1045: Patients’ Rights and Health Care Ethics (2 credits)
  • MLAW 3028: Individual Research Project Honors Thesis (2 credits) - requires prior approval
  • MLAW 3025: Individual Research Project Seminar (4 credits)
  • MLAW 1036: Legal Foundations (3 credits)
  • MLAW 1032: Federal Privacy Law (2 credits)

Electives

  • MLAW 3007: Electronic Commerce and Digital Trade (2 credits) ***
  • MEDL 2080: Advanced Topics in School Liability (2 credits) ***
  • MHL 2040: Health Care as an Employee Benefit (2 credits) ***
  • MLAW 2060: The Laws of Wages and Hours (2 credits) ***
  • MEDL 3000: Civil Rights Law (2 credits)
  • MHL 2050: Operational and Business Aspects in Heath Care (2 credits) ***
  • MLAW 2085: Effective Advocacy Skills (2 credits) ***
  • MEML 2020: Employee Benefits (2 credits) ***

***Signifies concentration courses. 

Core and Program Core Courses

  • MLAW 1020: Legal Research. Methods and Reasoning (3 credits) - offered Fall 2018
  • MLAW 1036: Legal Foundations (3 credits)
  • MLAW 1035: Professional Communication (2 credits)
  • MEDL 1030: Special Education Advocacy Workshop (2 credits)
  • MHL 1050: The Law of Medicare and Medicaid (2 credits)
  • MEML 2011: Law Regulating Workplace Safety (2 credits)
  • MLAW 3028: Individual Research Project Honors Thesis (2 credits) - required prior approval 
  • MLAW 3025: Individual Research Project Seminar (4 credits)

Electives

  • MLAW 2090: Whistleblowers and Preventing Retaliation (2 credits) ***
  • MLAW 3010: Alternative Dispute Resolution (2 credits) ***
  • MLAW 3005: Principles of Information Security (2 credits) ***
  • MLAW 2075: Bullying and Harassment (2 credits) ***
  • MLAW 2085: Effective Advocacy Skills (2 credits) ***
  • MLAW 2035: Response to Intervention (2 credits) ***
  • MEDL 2060: Higher Education Law (2 credits) - offered last time Fall 2017
  • MHL 2010: Regulatory Compliance in the Health Care Industry (2 credits)

***Signifies concentration courses. 

Core and Program Core Courses

  • MLAW 1020: Legal Research. Methods and Reasoning (3 credits) - offered Winter 2018
  • MLAW 1032: Federal Privacy Law (2 credits)
  • MLAW 1035: Professional Communication (2 credits)
  • MEML 1080: Employment Discrimination (2 credits) ***
  • MHL 2030: Risk Management Law (2 credits)
  • MEDL 1040: Ethical Issues in Education Law (2 credits)
  • MLAW 3025: Individual Research Project Seminar (4 credits)
  • MLAW 3028: Individual Research Project Honors Thesis (2 credits) - requires prior Approval

Electives

  • MHL 2021: Pharmaceutical Law (2 credits***
  • MEDL 2030: School Discipline Law (2 credits***
  • MHL 2086: Advanced Topics in FDA Law (2 credits***
  • MLAW 2005: Cyber Law and Mass Communication (2 credits***
  • MLAW 2050: Trends in Employee Law new course (2 credits)
  • MLAW 2055: Immigration and Naturalization Concerns in Employment (2 credits)
  • MEDL 2040: Contemporary Issues in Legal Education (2 credits)
  • MLAW 3019: Merchandise, Sports and Entertainment Law Aspects of Sports (2 credits)

***Signifies concentration courses. 

Core and Program Core Courses

  • MLAW 1020: Legal Research, Methods and Reasoning (3 credits) - offered Spring 2018
  • MLAW 1032: Federal Privacy Law (2 credits)
  • MLAW 1035: Professional Communication (2 credits)
  • MLAW 1036: Legal Foundations (3 credits)
  • MLAW 3025: Individual Research Project Seminar (4 credits)
  • MLAW 3028: Individual Research Project Honors Thesis (2 credits) - requires prior approval
  • MLAW 2060: Laws Regulating Wages and Hours (2 credits) ***
  • MEDL 1070: Federal Legislation in Education (2 credits)
  • MHL 1090: Accreditation and Licensing (2 credits***

Electives

  • MLAW 2030: Preventing Workplace Harassment (2 credits)
  • MLAW 2070: Labor Laws - Unions and Management (2 credits)
  • MEML 1090: Developing Employment Policies and Handbooks (2 credits)
  • MLAW 2095: Workers Compensation (2 credits)
  • MLAW 3006: Cyber and Information Crimes (2 credits) ***
  • MHL 2070: Legal Issues in Health Care Human Resource (2 credits) ***

***Signifies concentration courses. 

IMPORTANT

  • Students must complete 14 credits of electives. Students may choose to complete a concentration within those 14 credits.
  • If you are going to apply for the Honors Thesis class and are approved –the required elective credits will be reduced to 12. Students should apply 2 terms before they should complete the program.
  • All classes require a minimum of 6 students enrolled.
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