Certificate Program Courses

The Certificate Program includes a required course and an elective course component. The three required courses are Environmental Law, Land Use Regulation and Administrative Law. These courses are regularly offered at Florida State Law.

The following courses are approved for satisfying the program's additional elective requirement. Not all courses on the list are offered on a regular basis — you must consult the current Florida State Law or other relevant course offering list and plan your schedule accordingly. 

College of Law Courses

Administrative Law
Clean Air Act
Climate Change Policy & Strategies
Coastal & Ocean Law
Condominium and Community Housing Law
Cost Benefit Analysis in Environmental Law
Emerging Issues in Energy Law: Renewables and Unconventional Fossil Fuels
Energy Law
Environmental Federalism
Environmental Law
Environmental Legal Research
Florida Administrative Law/Florida Administrative Practice (skills)
Florida Administratuve Litigation (skills)
Florida Environmental Law
Florida Water Law
Growth Management
Interdisciplinary Perspective on Climate Change Science, Policy & Law
International Environmental Law Seminar
Land Use Regulation
Local Government Law
Natural Resources Law
Oil & Gas Law
Planned Communities (skills)
Practical Skills in Land Use
The Law & Policy of Drilling & Fracturing for Fossil Fuels
Water Law
Other FSU Graduate School Courses

Current Issues in Environmental Science (OCE5018) (Oceanography)
Dispute Resolution (URP5122) (Urban and Regional Planning)
Introduction to Historic Preservation (HIS5083) (History)
Principles of Oceanography (OCE4008) (Oceanography)
River Basin Management Planning (URP5405) (Urban and Regional Planning)