Choose your interest, build your specialization
As an Indiana Law graduate student, in addition to earning a general LLM, you can choose from several specialized areas of study that suit your interests and career goals. Many students select from more than 80 courses in the six areas of specialization shown here, but the list is not exhaustive. Your academic advisor will help you select the courses that are right for you. Twelve credits are required to complete a specialization. Two courses — Introduction to American Law and Legal Discourse and Writing — are required for an LLM.
Business and commercial law
From accounting to white collar crime, we have a wide variety of courses to prepare you for the global business environment
Financial regulation and capital markets
Broaden your knowledge of these important aspects of the global legal profession
Information privacy and cybersecurity law
Indiana Law's faculty include some of the world's leading experts in these areas, including a member of the Council on Foreign Relations
Intellectual property law
The Law School's top-25 IP program offers you a full range of courses in copyright, patent, and trademark law, including international IP law
Intl. & comparative law; globalization
IU is one of the world's great global research institutions. The Law School alone offers more than 20 courses in this field.
LLM in American law
A broad range of courses that prepare you for the bar exam in the United States and provide an overview of American law