The Master of International Trade Law and Economics is a one-year, 32-unit degree program offered on campus on a full-time basis. USC offers a spring and fall start date.
This degree is open to anyone with a bachelor's degree in any field; however, students are required to have a solid foundation in mathematics, including calculus.
At USC Gould, we have a 120-year history and reputation for academic excellence.
Prepare for careers in government, international trade, economics, and policy work with targeted curriculum taught by experienced faculty.
The Master of International Trade Law and Economics (MITLE) degree is offered jointly by USC Dornsife College of Letters, Art and Sciences Department of Economics and USC Gould School of Law
USC offers workshops and individually tailored guidance on developing your career plan, as well as mentorship opportunities and tools for exam preparation.
A global network of over 437,000 USC alumni - including over 15,000 law school alumni - who are deeply committed to furthering the success of fellow graduates, Gould graduates include partners in the world's largest law firms as well as CEOs and presidents of leading-edge companies.
All applicants will be considered automatically for our scholarship awards.
A top-rated law school nationwide, USC Gould is the first law school in Southern California, renowned for its history of innovation and excellence in legal education.