Program Overview

The master law of business program offers prospective students the opportunity to advance their understanding of the law governing commerce and finance at the global and national levels. This program encourages students to discover the fundamental legal framework that helps to deal with the current legal challenges faced in international business. This involves exploring such areas as corporate law, international trade transactions and competition law. In addition, the students will be given the opportunity to discover current issues, such as intellectual property, the legal challenges of foreign investment and business operation.

Program Structure

  • Study period: two years
  • Credit Hours: 36 credit hours
  • Foundation semester: 12 credit hours