International Justice (LUC), 2017-2018

Home to the International Criminal Court and the International Court of Justice, The Hague is the perfect backdrop to explore conceptions of justice in our global society. Justice issues related to human rights, peace, security and the environment present legal and policy challenges for governmental and non-governmental actors, international institutions, and civil society that extend beyond national borders and single disciplines. The International Justice major at Leiden University College is built around three key themes of law enforcement, human security and organisation and integration.

Major tracks:
- International Law
- Human Rights & Society
- Integration & Statehood
- IJ/GED co-convened track
- Gender Studies

Major requirements:
- 15 EC: compulsory 100-level courses, namely Public International Law, Introduction to Socio-legal Studies, and Sovereignty & Statehood
- 20 EC: complete two of the following core Major tracks: International Law, Human Rights & Society, and Integration & Statehood
- 10/15 EC: complete one additional track, either a third core track or one of the co-convened tracks
- 10 EC: complete two of the following methodology courses: Legal Methods Lab, Philosophy of Law, Advocacy & Litigation, Qualitative Research Methods. Note that we strongly recommend that all students take Legal Methods Lab as it offers foundational skills for the major. We also suggest that all students intending on using qualitative methods (e.g. interviews/focus groups/surveys etc.) for their capstone take Qualitative Research Methods.
- 10 EC: Capstone
- 10/15 EC: complete additional IJ courses, one of which at the 300-level
- NOTE: make sure to have at least four courses at the 300-level

Major overview:
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300-level

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