Use the left menu to view course information for the relevant semester. Below you will find a list of experiential courses, as well as, information on concentrations.
All JD students are required to complete 6 experiential credits prior to graduation.
Lists of courses to satisfy these requirements are below:
As you review your schedule, you may come across modes of instruction that are unfamiliar or new to you. “Instruction Mode” refers to the manner in which we provide typical classroom activities involving instructors and students, such as lectures, discussions and group engagement. Instruction Mode does not refer to out-of-class requirements such as homework, reading, studying, writing assignments, take-home examinations or similar.
A traditional classroom experience in which all students are physically located in a common classroom space. This instruction mode fulfills the on-campus status requirement for F1 immigration requirements.
A hybrid course incorporates both in-person and remote academic participation. The remote option may be offered synchronously or asynchronously. At UB, this means students will complete academic activities both in person and remotely as scheduled by the instructor. This instruction mode fulfills the on-campus status requirement for F1 immigration requirements.
Courses are conducted remotely at a specific day(s) and time (synchronously), with no in-person requirement. At UB, this means all class activities will be held remotely at a set time. There will be no recorded or on-demand class materials available. Students are responsible for participating with the class activities at the scheduled time.
Courses are conducted remotely with some class activities being held at a specific day(s) and time (synchronously), with no in-person requirement. At UB, this means some class activities will be held at a specific time and other class activities will be available as recorded or on-demand materials. Students are responsible for knowing the specific times they must participate in class activities.
Courses are conducted remotely with all materials provided for on-demand access, with no in-person requirement (asynchronously). At UB, this means students will learn using class materials that can be accessed on-demand, such as recorded lectures. Students are responsible for allocating adequate time to participate in and complete class requirements.
A concentration is not required in order to graduate, however if you would like to apply to a concentration or a program, please see Concentrations & Curricular Programs. Concentrations and programs are not printed on official transcripts or diplomas.