Students must submit an application to the Office of the Registrar no later than the drop/add period of their final semester. To be awarded a business organizations law certificate, a student must have an overall cumulative average of 2.8 and 2.8 cumulative average in all concentration courses.
Note: In registering for courses, please consider when required courses are available. Securities Regulation, for example, is typically offered only one semester per year. A student cannot assume that any of the course requirements will be waived even if a course is not taught during the student’s last semester.
Students must complete at least two (2) courses from the following list, or as approved by the certificate program director:
All students seeking a business organizations law certificate must complete a scholarly paper on a subject involving business organizations law. The paper may be submitted in satisfaction of the requirements for membership on The Delaware Journal of Corporate Law, as directed research performed with a full-time member of the faculty of the Institute of Delaware Corporate and Business Law, or as part of a business law seminar.