Dec 08, 2022  
USC Catalogue 2022-2023 
    
USC Catalogue 2022-2023

International Trade Law and Economics (MITLE)


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The Master of International Trade Law and Economics degree provides an interdisciplinary, global perspective for students with an economic or other quantitative background who wish to develop knowledge and skills related to relevant laws, policies and business practices that shape international trade and economics.

Master of International Trade Law and Economics students are required to complete 32 units of study. Students are required to enroll in 12 core units from Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences and 12 core units from Gould School of Law, with an additional 8 units of electives chosen from a list of approved course offerings.

To qualify for admission, students must have earned the bachelor’s degree before enrolling in the program. Applicants may have earned their bachelor’s degree in a field, other than law, that provides a strong economics and/or mathematical background. Students may have graduated from an institution within or outside of the United States.

Required Courses (32 units total)


Required Courses from Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences (12 units)


Required Courses from Gould School of Law (12 units)


Elective Courses (8 units)


Choose 8 units of electives from the following list of courses offered by Gould School of Law and the Economics Department at the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences.

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