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IU McKinney Law to Offer Graduate Certificate in Health Law
A new Graduate Certificate in Health Law is now being offered at IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law.
“The Hall Center for Law & Health is a signature program at the McKinney School that dovetails perfectly with IUPUI’s focus on the life sciences,” said Dean Gary Roberts. “I’m pleased to see that expanded through the addition of this Graduate Certificate in Health Law.”
The Certificate in Health Law provides J.D. students with the opportunity to specialize in the expanding field of health law. Graduation with the Certificate will signal potential employers and collaborators that these students have particular knowledge, experience, and skills in various aspects of health care law and policy and have engaged in a rigorous course of specialized study providing a critical foundation for practice.
The Hall Center for Law & Health at the IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law offers a robust curriculum in health law and policy. Courses include advanced offerings in Public Health Law, Health Quality & Safety, Bioethics, Food & Drug Law, and Health Information Technology. Students who want to earn the Certificate must maintain a required grade-point average in Health Law courses and complete a research or experiential capstone course.