The program requirements are:
- 2 Required Upper Level Courses
- 2 Core Elective Courses
- At least 1 additional elective
- 2 credits minimum in a skills course
- Paper in satisfaction of upper level writing requirement
|Term||Class Schedule||Professor(s)||Course Credits|
|Fall Term 2019-2020||
|Spring Term 2019-2020||
Choose 2 courses from this list of electives.
A paper on a topic in health law in any course or seminar that satisfies the Upper Level Writing Requirement. For more information, consult the program director.
All Pitt Law students may take a maximum of 6 credits of graduate level courses outside the School of Law for credit toward the Health Law Certificate with permission of the program director. Courses that are especially relevant are those offered by the Department of Health Services Administration in the Graduate School of Public Health, the Center for Bioethics and Health Law, and the Heinz School of Public Policy and Management at Carnegie-Mellon University. See http://my.pitt.edu, PeopleSoft, Self-Service, Browse Catalog for a listing of all Pitt courses. For advice about taking courses outside the law school, you may wish to consult the Health Law Certificate Program Director.