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Law Courses Eligible for Transfer to Labor Relations and Human Rescources
A total of 9 credits may be transferred from the JD program toward satisfaction of the 39 credit graduation requirement of the MS program. The following courses are eligible for transfer credit.
* Substitute for LRS 531
** Substitute for LRS 541
The jointly matriculated student would be required to satisfy the School of Law Graduation Writing Requirement and the comprehensive exam requirement for the MS degree at the Schmidt Labor Research Center.