Electives

Students are required to complete 11 credit hours from the following available electives:

Accounting for Decision Making

Advanced Corporate Taxation

Adanced Partnership Taxation

Advanced Real Estate Transactions

Adanced Securities Regulation

Bankruptcy Negotiation

Business Litigation

Business Reorg: Bankruptcy

Business Planning

Business Simulation

Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Colloquium: Law and Economics

Commercial Law: Sales

Commercial Law: Secured Transactions

Commercial Real Estate Finance

Computers and the Law

Contracts and Intellectual Property

Copyright Law

Corporate Restructuring

Deals: The Economic Structure of Corporate Transactions

Derivatives: Design, Regulation, and Documentation

Derivatives Products: Disclosure, Documentation and Taxation

Derivatives: Use and Regulation

Economics for Lawyers

Employment Discrimination

Employment Law

Entrepreneurship Law

Environmental Law

European

Business Regulation

Financing the Entrepreneurial Venture

Insurance Law

Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property Strategy: Domestic and Global Perspectives

International Sales

International Securities Regulation and Comparative Corporate Law

International Taxation

International Trade

Labor Law

Law and Economics

Managing Corporate Assets

Mergers and Acquisitions

Mutual Funds Regulation

Patent Law

Project Finance

Real Estate Investment

Real Estate Transactions

Regulation and Competition

Securities Litigation

Securitization Law

Securities Market Regulation

Small Business Clinic I

Small Business Clinic II

Structuring Transactions

Taxation of Intellectual Property

Telecommunications

Tort and Product Liability

Trademarks and Unfair Competition

Venture Capital

White Collar Criminal Practice

Note: Any Kellogg class or Law class co-listed with Kellogg automatically counts towards the Business Enterprise Electives requirement.

As new courses are approved by the faculty and Registrar's office, the student should consult with the concentration faculty advisor to determine if any additional course not listed above should be considered as a Business Enterprise Elective. Robert Sitkoff is the faculty advisor for the Business Enterprise Elective.

Further information about this concentration and current electives is available from the Office of the Registrar.