INAF 5018 [0.25 credit] Law and International Affairs
Introduction to international law and its role in international affairs. International legal sources and subjects, state responsibility, succession, jurisdiction and immunities, dispute settlement, and domestic implementation.
Prerequisite(s): M.A. standing in the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs or permission of the School of International Affairs.
Students admitted to the full-time program must complete all of the degree requirements within two calendar years or six terms of full-time study. Students admitted into the full-time program are expected to continue to register as full-time students until completion of their program. The program may be completed within one calendar year, though it normally takes at least four terms of full-time study.