Indigenous Peoples Law, LL.M.View Checksheet
Overall GPA - Combined and OU: 5.00
Minimum Total Hours: 25
Program Code: M526
To qualify for admission to the LL.M. program, applicants must have earned their first law degree — LL.B., J.D., or equivalent. Admission is highly selective, and those admitted must have excellent law school records, strong letters of recommendation, proficiency in English and leadership potential. Although not required, some work or research experience following completion of the first law degree is preferred.
The College of Law LL.M. program admissions page provides more information on admission requirements, the application process, and how to apply online.
- This is an online-only degree program.
|Required Courses (19 hours)|
|LSI 5622||History of Federal Indian Law and Policy I||2|
|LSI 5632||History of Federal Indian Law and Policy II||2|
|LSI 5603||Native American Natural Resources||3|
|LSI 5623||Religion, Culture & Indian Law||3|
|LSI 5613||Criminal Jurisdiction in Indian Country||3|
|LSI 5653||Civil Jurisdiction in Indian Country||3|
|LSI 5643||International Indigenous Peoples Law||3|
|Elective Courses (6 hours)|
|Subject to Graduate Programs Committee approval, choose 6 hours from the following:||6|
|Federal Indian Water Law|
|Indian Gaming Laws & Regulations|
|The Indian Child Welfare Act & Family Law in Indian Country|
A College of Law LSI or LAW course may be substituted for one of the above courses with the advanced approval of the Indigenous Peoples lead faculty
|Total Credit Hours||25|