This minor is designed to cover an area of professional and academic practice, which traditionally has had a secondary approach in the training of the law student. It is intended for students who have a desire to deepen theoretical knowledge and specific skills in conflict management and resolution. Special emphasis will be given to the theory of conflict, negotiation, mediation, and arbitration, without prejudice to covering other new areas such as restorative and constructive justice, with an impact on corporate management and public policies for the resolution of controversies of legal nature.
To complete the Business Law sub-specialization, students must:
- Pass a TOTAL of 6 subjects. The students of the Law degree can choose the three Law Electives that appear in their curriculum to comply with 3 subjects of this minor and the other 3 subjects, must be chosen from the list that appears in the curriculum of the sub-specialization.
- Additionally, the law student has 2 options:
- Take the JUR Comprehensive Assessment class on the topic of the chosen subspecialization.
- Carry out a research project, approved by the coordinator of the subspecialization, according to the requirements established in the Regulations of Subspecializations of the College of Law.