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CORE CURRICULUM

The TCLP combines a strong core curriculum of patent, intellectual property, and business law courses with a unique clinical program that prepares students for careers in patent prosecution, intellectual property licensing, and new technology development.

Required Courses
  • Technology Transactions Law - Law 814 (6 credits)
  • Technology Commercialization Research Center - Law 815 (6 credits)
Elective Courses

Intellectual Property Courses
  • Intellectual Property - Law 726 (3 credits)
  • Patents and Trade Secrets - Law 765 (3 credits)
  • Patent Prosecution - Law 760 (3 credits)
  • Trademarks & Unfair Competition - Law 755 (3 credits)
  • Computer Law - Law 793 (3 credits)
  • International Intellectual Property - Law 732 (3 credits)
  • Internet Law - Law 775 (3 credits)
  • EEE 630 Entrepreneurship in Engineering and Science
    (Whitman School)
  • EEE 643 Emerging Enterprise Consulting
    (Whitman School)
Corporate/Commercial Law Courses
  • Corporations - Law 712 (4 credits)
  • Antitrust Law - Law 752 (3 credits)
  • Federal Income Tax I - Law 722 (4 credits)
  • Federal Income Tax II - Law 723 (3 credits)
  • Securities Regulation - Law 750 (3 credits)
  • Administrative Law - Law 702 (3 credits)
  • Commercial Transactions - Law 704 (4 credits)
  • Bankruptcy: Corporate - Law 764 (3 credits)
  • International Business Transactions - Law 727 (3 credits)
  • General Counsel - Law 811 (3 credits)
  • Business, Finance & Economics - Law 799 (3 credits)
  • Immigration Law - Law 788 (3 credits)

Students may obtain a Technology Commercialization Law Studies Certificate by successfully completing the required courses and four or more electives.