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Executive Juris Doctor program requires 90 credits. The EJD is a doctoral degree, which is designed for non-practicing professionals who would like to know the law but not practice as lawyers. The purpose of the program is to help students develop legal mind and to possess solid legal and business knowledge.  After the completion of the program students would be prepared to navigate the legal world as well as the business community. Students of the EJD program study selected courses from the School of Business and Barclay School of Law.  It is a professional doctoral program.

First � Year program:

First years students entering the program are required take the following courses:

EJD 6000 Introduction to Law, Legal Research and Writing - 6

EJD 6005 Contracts - 6

EJD 6010 Torts � 6

EJD 6015 Civil Procedure � 6

EJD 6020 Professional Responsibility/Ethics � 6

Second Year Program: 

EJD 6025 Real Property - 6

EJD 6030 Business Associations � 6

EJD 6035 Corporation Law � 6

EJD 6040 Wills -6

EJD 6045 Trust � 6

Third Year Program:

EJD 6050 Estate and Gift Taxation � 6

EJD 6055 U.S. Business Taxation - 6

EJD 6060 Legal Practice Management/ Professional Skills - 6

EJD 6065 Alternative Dispute Resolution � 6 

EJD 6070 Business Development and management - 6

Students may elect to take additional courses from the courses listed below. Interested students should confer with their mentors before making such decision. 

EJD 6075 Family Law � 6

EJD 6080 Intellectual Property - 6

EJD 6085 International Law � 6

EJD 6090 Security Law - 6

EJD 6095 Bankruptcy Law -6

EJD 7000 Legal Practice Management/Professional Skills - 6

EJD 7005 Immigration Law � 6

EJD 7010 Environmental Law � 6

EJD 7015 Patent Law � 6

EJD 7020 Worker�s Compensation Law - 6

Note: The EJD Program is a combination of law and business courses. Students may elect to select additional courses from the Harriett business graduate program.