Health Law Certificate

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Certificate in Health Law

Curriculum

C|M|LAW issues a general health law certificate upon completion of the program. Students have the option to focus on courses in a particular grouping or take a variety of classes across groups.  Students must complete the curriculum with a minimum cumulative grade point average of B (3.0) in health law courses, with no grade below C+.

Courses

Required courses:

Health Care Law

Law and Medicine

Biomedical Ethics

Elective Courses (must take three):

Administrative Law

Aging and the Health Care System

Antitrust

Biomedical Ethics

Disability Law

Elder Law

Employment Law

Health Care Law

Health Care Compliance

Health Care Compliance Skills (proposed course)

Health Care Finance

Health Care Fraud & Abuse

Health Law Seminar

HIPAA and Privacy

Insurance Law

Legislation

Medical Malpractice

Mergers & Acquisitions

Non-Profit Corporation Law

Patent Law & Practice

Psychiatry & Law

Worker's Compensation

Experiential Learning Requirement
(students must enroll in the clinic or an externship):

Community Health Advocacy Law Clinic (through Spring 2013)

Externships

Public Interest or General Counsel Externships in Health Law Setting

Faculty: Professors April Cherry, Pamela Daiker-Middaugh, Sheldon Gelman, Browne Lewis, and Gwendolyn Majette.

 

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