FACULTY OF HUMANITIES & EDUCATION HANDBOOK 2010–2011
REQUIREMENTS FOR A MINOR IN LAW
Students pursuing an Out-of-Faculty Minor in one of the following disciplines are advised to refer all enquiries pertaining to their Minor to the relevant Faculty. Students are also advised to use the electives available at each level within their programme to satisfy the requirements for their chosen Minor.
Students are required to complete at least two (2) Level I courses (Law and Legal Systems and Constitutional Law are recom- mended), plus a minimum of five Level II and Level III courses chosen from the following:
LAW1230 Legal Methods, Research & Writing* (6 credits) LAW1010 Law and Legal Systems LAW1020 Constitutional Law LAW1110 Criminal Law I LAW1120 Criminal Law II LAW1210 Legal Method Writing LAW1310 Tort Law I
NB: Students who wish to do LAW2510 at Level II should first do LAW1210. *Students should also note that LAW1230 is a compulsory yearlong course.
Four (4) or three (3) courses chosen from the following:
LAW2010 Tort Law II LAW2310 Public International Law I LAW2320 Public International Law II LAW2510 Jurisprudence LAW2520 Law in Society I Level III
One (1) or two (2) courses chosen from the following: LAW3270 Law in Society II [supervised paper] LAW3710 Commonwealth Caribbean Human Rights Law LAW3720 International Law of Human Rights
NB: Students are not restricted to the Level II and Level III courses listed above, but may substitute other courses after consultation with the Faculty of Law.