NYU General Studies LL.M. program has changed its policy

Incoming students of the General Studies LL.M. program at New York University (NYU) no longer required to select courses prior to registration.

The NYU General Studies LL.M. program has changed its policy about course selection and concentration requirements. Incoming students are no longer required to select their classes prior to registration, nor must they fulfil any particular concentration a requirement.

General Studies students can take any courses they wish, depending on course availability, fulfilment of prerequisites, and the results of lottery draws.

For more information about the NYU's general LL.M. course requirements, please see the NYU LL.M. website.

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