MSL Concentration: Criminal Law & Justice
Pitt Law offers its Master of Studies in Law students the opportunity for specialization in more than 20 concentrations or a customizable self-designed concentration on a select basis. The following are the courses that comprise the Criminal Law & Justice concentration.
Other Courses: (Choose at least two)
- 5872 Crime, Law & Society in The Wire (S) (3 cr)
- 5589 Criminal Defense & Prosecutorial Ethics Seminar (F) (3 cr)
- 5047 Criminal Procedure (F) (3 cr)
- 5952 Criminal Prosecution Practicum (F) (S) (8 cr)
- 5706 Criminal Records & Expungement Seminar (S) (3 cr)
- 5380 Cybercrime (S) (3 cr)
- 5103 Evidence (F) (S) (3 cr)
- 5378 Juvenile Justice (F) (3 cr)
- 5966 Prison Law and Litigation (F) (3 cr)
- 5638 Race and the Law (S) (3 cr)
For other relevant courses, see the Constitutional Law Concentration.
(F) = Course offered in the Fall
(S) = Course offered in the Spring
Some of the courses listed may not be available certain semesters. This listing of courses and requirements is subject to change. In addition to the courses in the concentrations, students are permitted to take electives outside of their concentration as well.