For a student to be recognized as having graduated with an Emphasis in Child and Family Law, students must have
- timely completed all concentration requirements
- received the approval of the Child and Family Law faculty of the student’s portfolio and
- earned a 3.0 grade point in concentration course work (required and elective courses).
This grade-point average shall be computed considering all Required and Elective Courses in the emphasis taken by the student, including any that exceed the minimum hour requirements for the Emphasis.