Please Note: Course offerings may vary from year to year.

Foundation Courses (required in second year):

220. Introduction to Federal Income Taxation
230. Business Associations
234. Accounting for Lawyers (for students without an accounting background)
358. Financial Analysis (may be waived)

Group A Course (required):

236. Securities Regulation

Group B Courses (three are required):

228. Mergers and Acquisitions
231. Advanced Corporation Law
343. Complex Finance Transactions [1]
362. Investment Companies and Investment Advisors
392. Lifecycle of a Corporation [1]
435. Law and Entrepreneurship
447. Corporate Finance - Securities Markets and Corporate Value
604. Accounting, Finance and the Law
605. Regulation of the Securities Market Structure 
606. Mergers and Acquisitions
622. Hedge Funds and Private Equity Funds
744. Mergers and Acquisitions Transaction Planning [1]
902. Deals [3]
939. Mergers and Acquisitions Special Topics: Real World Mergers and Acquisitions [2]

Transactional Courses (one is required): [4]

271. International Business Transactions
343. Complex Finance Transactions [1]
364. Motion Picture Distribution
370. International Finance
391. Venture Capital and the Start-up Company
392. Lifecycle of a Corporation [1]
491. Transactional Lawyering - A Competition Approach
714. Business Deals Clinic
740. Bankruptcy Transactional Course: Negotiating and Confirming Chapter 11 Plans
741. Environmental Aspects of Business Transactions
744. Mergers and Acquisitions Transaction Planning [1]
745. Secured Financial Transactions

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[1] 343. Complex Financing Transactions, 392. Lifecycle of a Corporation and 744. Mergers & Acquisitions Transaction Planning are all Group B courses and transactional courses, but for a particular student, each class can count as either a Group B course or a transactional course but not both.

[2] The one-unit version of 939. Real World Mergers and Acquisitions only meets half of a Group B requirement.
 
[3] 902. Deals, a one-unit course, meets half of a Group B requirement.

[4] A second transactional course may be counted as a Group B course.