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MINOR REQUIREMENTS

The Minor in Law program is designed for non-law students who want to get more knowledge in law since the latter is becoming necessary for any specialists while the country is moving toward the rule of law and market economy. Two concentrations are offered: Public Law and Business Law.

A total 42 credit comprised of courses required for all concentrations, and courses required for certain concentration and electives.

To receive a minor in Law students must have permission of their department head and the head of the International and Business Law (IBL) Department.

In order to be considered for a minor student must earn a minimum grade of “B” on Introduction to Law course, and students must have a “B” and/or “B-“ grade above in all courses that will count towards the minor. Failing to meet the mentioned requirements prevent student from getting minor in IBL.

 

To obtain a permission of the Head of the IBL Department for the minor in law, a student shall submit the following documents:

  • Application letter (заявление)
  • Copy of current transcript

Business Law Concentration

Public Law Concentration

Required general course:

Introduction to Law

 

Required general course:

Introduction to Law

 

One 200 level required course:

Introduction to Civil Law Property

 

One 200 level required course:

Public International law I

 

Five 200-400 level elective courses from the following:

Civil Law. Business Entities

Intellectual Property Law: National and International Dimension

Banking Law

Investment Law / Investment Law and Sustainable Development

Practical Aspects of Commercial Law

Comparative Corporate Governance

International Commercial Transactions

Other courses[*]

Five 200-400 level elective courses from the following:

Constitutional Law of the Kyrgyz Republic

International Human Rights Law

International Humanitarian Law

International Criminal Law

Health Law and Equity: Western Approaches

Administrative Law

International Intellectual Property Law

Non-commercial Law

Other Courses [*]

No more then two 200-400 level cross-listed courses from the following:

International Trade law

National or International Commercial Arbitration

European Law

Comparative Law in a Changing World

No more then two 200-400 level cross-listed courses from the following:

International Trade law

National or International Commercial Arbitration

European Law

Comparative Law in a Changing World

 

 

Courses that will not count toward minor: Legal Skills, Moot Court, Legal Clinic, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Theory of Law, Civil Procedure, Private International Law, Labor Law, Legal Research Methods, Thesis Research Seminar.

[*] If schedule proposes other courses not listed in current table, please contact to program head to define these courses’ concentration before enrollment to the courses. You shall contact program head via email (kami.mateeva@gmail.com) and beforehand (at least one week prior the end of registration) so the places in the courses will be available.

 

 

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Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic 720060

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