International Business Law – credit requirements (IBL LL.M.)

Students studying for an LL.M. degree in International Business Law shall obtain 24 Legal Studies course credits and shall write a short thesis; or they shall obtain 21 credits and write a long thesis.  
The course credits shall be obtained according to the following rules:
Mandatory courses
Anglo-American Legal Concepts / Peter Hay (Mod. 1, 1 credit)
Computer-based Legal Research/ SJD candidates (Mod. 1, 0 credit)
Contracts – Introduction with Focus on Common Law/ Caterina Sganga (Mod.1, 1 credit)
Contracts – Introduction with Focus on Civil Law / Stefan Messmann (Mod. 1, 1 credit) 
EU Law I / Markus Petsche (Mod. 1, 1 credit)
Thesis Writing Course / CAW Instructor (Mod. 3 or 4, 0 credit)
Restricted elective courses (2 credits shall be obtained out of 4) 
Law and Ethnicity / Tamás Korhecz (Mod. 3, 1 credit)
EU Law II / Markus Petsche (Mod. 6, 1 credit)
International Civil Litigation / Peter Hay (Mod. 6, 1 credit)
Mediation / Markus Petsche (Mod. 6, 1 credit)
For the mandatory courses, IBL LL.M. students receive a total of 4 credits at the end of the academic year. Accordingly, IBL LL.M. students shall take an additional 20 course credits (including restricted elective courses) during the academic year if they submit a short thesis, or 17 course credits if they submit a long thesis.

Students studying for an LL.M. degree in International Business Law shall obtain 24 Legal Studies course credits and shall write a short thesis; or they shall obtain 21 credits and write a long thesis.  

 

The course credits shall be obtained according to the following rules:

 

Mandatory courses

  • Anglo-American Legal Concepts / Peter Hay (Mod. 1, 1 credit)
  • Computer-based Legal Research/ SJD candidates (Mod. 1, 0 credit)
  • Contracts – Introduction with Focus on Common Law/ Caterina Sganga (Mod.1, 1 credit)
  • Contracts – Introduction with Focus on Civil Law / Stefan Messmann (Mod. 1, 1 credit) 
  • EU Law I / Markus Petsche (Mod. 1, 1 credit)
  • Thesis Writing Course / CAW Instructor (Mod. 3 or 4, 0 credit)

 

Restricted elective courses (2 credits shall be obtained out of 4) 

  • Law and Ethnicity / Tamás Korhecz (Mod. 3, 1 credit)
  • EU Law II / Markus Petsche (Mod. 6, 1 credit)
  • International Civil Litigation / Peter Hay (Mod. 6, 1 credit)
  • Mediation / Markus Petsche (Mod. 6, 1 credit)

 

For the mandatory courses, IBL LL.M. students receive a total of 4 credits at the end of the academic year. Accordingly, IBL LL.M. students shall take an additional 20 course credits (including restricted elective courses) during the academic year if they submit a short thesis, or 17 course credits if they submit a long thesis.