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Certificate in International Law
The Certificate in International Law is awarded to JD students upon their graduation from Pace Law School.
To earn the Certificate, students must have successfully completed 12 academic credits in qualifying international law courses. They are required to complete the foundation International Law course (4 credits), and may complete the remaining 8 credits by choosing from among the electives offered in public and/or private international law. In these international law courses, students must maintain a B average (with no individual grade lower than a C), plus a cumulative Grade Point Average of at least 2.5.
Students must submit an application for the International Law Certificate to the Registrar’s Office during the semester prior to their graduation.
Further information on the International Law Certificate and qualifying international law courses may be obtained from the Registrar's Office or from the Office of International Affairs and Graduate Programs.