The Certificate in Health Law provides students with a rigorous and comprehensive study of the statutes, rules, and regulations affecting the healthcare industry, both state and federal. Focus of the Program will be on regulatory issues governing the daily structure and operation of the healthcare industry, as well as administrative law, medical malpractice, bioethics and biomedical law, health care employment matters, and criminal law and procedure. See Course Requirements and Learning Outcomes for details.
Admission to the Program
To be admitted to the Program, a student must have a 2.50 GPA following completion of the first year (or 30 credits for part-time students). Please contact the Program Director, Professor Bruce Howell, for further information.