The Master of International Trade Law and Economics (MITLE) degree is offered by USC Dornsife College of Letters, Art and Sciences Department of Economics jointly with USC Gould School of Law. This degree provides students with an interdisciplinary, global perspective and the knowledge and skills relevant to the laws, policies, and business practices that shape international trade and economics.

The Master of International Trade Law and Economics is a one-year, 32-unit degree program offered on campus on a full-time basis, and enrollment is available for the fall and spring semester. This degree is open to anyone with a bachelor’s degree in any field, however, students are recommended to have a strong foundation in economics and/or mathematics or, another quantitative background.

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    Career Paths

    Graduates of this program may find positions with government agencies, consultancy firms, multinational companies, and non-governmental organizations. Here are some common examples of in-demand jobs where having additional economic and legal knowledge could help you excel:

    Government Official
    Economic Consultant
    Risk Analyst
    Research Economist
    Trade Analyst

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