PREREQUISITE COURSES FOR Public International Law
CO-REQUISITE COURSES FOR Public International Law
A basic introductory course, designed to introduce students to the substance and nature of international law. Beginning with the creation and the development of international law and the use of custom and treaties, the course may cover the role of international law in U.S. courts, state responsibility, international criminal law; human rights; jurisdiction and immunities; act of state doctrine, the role of the United Nations and other international organizations; and decisions of the International Court of Justice and other international tribunals.
Course Section Description
Paper. Students who have completed 27 credits hours may use this course to satisfy their Upper-Level Writing Requirement. Students must also take 5550.