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Completion of the NYU LL.M. in Global Business Law

In order to complete the NYU LL.M. degree in Global Business Law, a student must attain a minimum of 24 NYU credits, 20 of which must be earned via NYU faculty-taught courses. (The term "course" used here includes directed research projects under faculty supervision where credit for such research is available). A student may take the remainder of their required credis either with NYU  faculty-taught courses, or with approved NUS faculty-taught courses.

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