No, you do not have to be an attorney to take this certificate program; the only admissions criteria is a bachelor’s degree with a 3.0 GPA.
You can complete this program in 2 semesters: first semester take ILAW 601 and the second semester take ILAW 602 and 603 (Fall) or ILAW 604 and 605 (Spring). Or, you can complete it in 3 semesters by taking one course each semester.
No, currently courses for this certificate program are not offered in the summer.
This program can be completed in 2 or 3 semesters.
No, the introductory class cannot be skipped unless you can document having previously passed this (or a similar) course.
Provides the requisite knowledge and skills to work professionally with immigrant populations in a variety of settings.
The course is designed for working professionals and the asynchronous nature of the course allows you to schedule your study time in a way that best fits your needs. There are weekly deadlines for assignments and you can work ahead if you choose to do so. Approximately 9 hours per week should be sufficient and you can determine how you allocate those hours as long as you meet the weekly deadlines.
The class is a balanced mix of professionals.
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