Part-Time Day Required Curriculum
For the JD degree, students must earn at least 87 units of course credit, including 49 units in required core courses, plus additional program requirements.
|Civil Procedure or Contracts||3 Units||3 Units|
|Legal Writing||3 Units||3 Units|
|Criminal Law||-||3 Units|
|Criminal Procedure||-||3 Units|
|Civil Procedure or Contracts (deferred from first year)||3 Units||3 Units|
|Constitutional Law I & II||3 Units||3 Units|
|Property I & II||3 Units||3 Units|
|Upper Division Courses||Must be completed after first year|
|Legal Drafting||2 Units|
|Legal Ethics or Professional Responsibility||3 Units|
|Upper Level Writing Requirement||0|
Additional Program Requirements
Bar Subjects: students must take a minimum of two California bar subject courses, which include Community Property, Corporations, Remedies, and Wills & Trusts.
Experiential Learning: students must also take one or more experiential course(s) totaling at least 6 units. An experiential course may be a simulation course, law clinic or externship.
*These requirements are effective for students entering fall 2019 and beyond.