We’ve put together a chart of high tech related courses being offered in Fall 2019. View chart here. Although we’ve tried to make it accurate and comprehensive, please check the course offering web page for Fall 2019, https://law.scu.edu/course-schedule/?semester=Fall+2019, for the most current information. 

We’d also like to direct your attention to a few courses. Cybersecurity is now 2 units instead of 1 unit. E-Discovery, which is not always on the schedule, will be offered in the fall. “The Business, Technology, and Law of Artificial Intelligence,” taught by Professor Chien, will be offered again this fall and will offer a project/paper option connected to criminal justice reform (second chances) or intellectual property. Remember, if you intend to apply for a High Tech Certificate, you should take IP Survey, a foundation course. There are two sections being taught this fall, one by Professor Love and another by Professor Ochoa. Please note that the dean’s office is still reviewing potential adjunct professors to teach Technology Licensing and IP Litigation. Check the fall course schedules for updates on these courses.

Finally, you might find two other documents helpful to your course selections for this semester and beyond:

  • Navigating the High Tech Curriculum This document will help you identify courses based on particular destinations you might be heading.
  • A chart showing the expected offering schedulefor various courses. As usual, if you really want to take a course before you graduate and you see it offered now, take it. Life is uncertain, and so are curricular offerings.

If you have questions, please feel free to contact us at htli@scu.edu or stop by our new offices in Charney Hall, 3rd floor, suite 313.