Advanced Certificate of the Study of International Business Law
Through a collaboration with the University of Reading in Reading, England, students can earn a widely-recognized international credential through courses taken exclusively at Campbell Law. The Advanced Certificate of the Study of International Business Law is awarded by the University of Reading Centre for Commercial Law & Financial Regulations and requires two mandatory classes and nine credit hours of electives, all of which can be completed during your three years at Campbell Law. In addition to the regular tuition and fees charged by Campbell University (or other institution approved by the University of Reading) and the student's home institution, the tuition for the award of the Advanced Certificate for those completing the program in the 2014-15 academic year is $975.
The mandatory classes include Advanced Negotiation and Analysis, and International Business Transactions. Elective course options include Antitrust, Business Organizations, Civil Procedure, Commercial Law (Sales and Leases), Commercial Law (Secured Transactions), Commercial Law (Payment Systems), Conflict of Laws, Constitutional Law, Intellectual Property, International Business Litigation and Arbitration, International Trade Law, Mediation Advocacy, and National Security Law.
Campbell Law Associate Professor of Law Dr. Kevin Lee will co-teach International Business Transactions alongside Peter Romary, who will also teach Advanced Negotiation and Analysis. All elective courses will be taught by Campbell Law full-time and adjunct faculty members.
Founded in 1892, the University of Reading is located in Reading, England. Recently ranked in the top one percent of universities in the world by the Times Higher Education World University Ranking, the university is a large public research institution well-known for its international outlook and high-quality teaching faculty. With approximately 15,000 students across four separate campuses, Reading recently ranked as one of the United Kingdom’s 10-most research intensive universities.