Graduate Minor in Law
About the Graduate Minor
A Graduate Minor in Law allows students from other academic units to benefit from education around legal regulation of health care, pharma/med device development, the practice of medicine, and other legal areas of interest.
Open to current Drexel graduate students with a 3.0 cumulative GPA at time of enrollment in the minor. Students must have permission from academic advisor to enroll in the minor.
For more information, visit the Klein School of Law website.
|LSTU 550||Introduction to the Legal System||4.0|
|Electives* (select two):||8.0|
|Compliance Skills: Auditing, Investigation & Reporting|
|Health Care Rules and Regulations|
|Health Care Quality, Patient Safety and Risk Management|
|Patients and Privacy: HIPAA and Related Regulations|
|Legal Regulation of Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Research and Development|
|Legal Regulation of Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Sales and Marketing Practices|
|Food and Drug Law|
|Information Privacy Law|
|The Law and Strategies Surrounding Cybersecurity|
|European Union Data Privacy and Protection|
Depending upon a student's particular graduate program, other relevant Kline courses may be made available, as appropriate, toward completion of the Graduate Minor.