The regular full-time program consists of five or six courses (12 credits) taken for credit each semester. With than 25 courses offered, students may choose from a variety of classes that suit their needs and interests. With the exception of the Banking Structure and Regulation course, all courses are elective.
View Banking Financial Law LLM Program Learning Outcomes.
Regulatory courses provide solid grounding in the structure and content of banking, securities financial law, and regulation.
Transactional courses familiarize students with the structuring and documentation of typical transactions in a number of financial areas, including commercial lending, project finance, transnational lending transactions, and securitization.
Business-oriented courses introduce students to bankruptcy, the role of central banks, mergers and acquisitions and other structures in the area of banking and financial law.
This course provides an introduction to and of the banking and financial services industry under US law and where US laws intersect with international banking supervision structures and principles.