Master of Science in Law Degree Courses at CalSouthern
The following law degree courses comprise the Master of Science in Law (MSL) program at CalSouthern. The online MSL degree program covers the major substantive areas of U.S. law (as well as the basic principles of international law), with courses ranging from torts, contracts, property, and constitutional law to domestic relations and intellectual property.
MSL 86250 Property
Surveys the law of real property, including the land sale transaction, concurrent ownership, zoning, eminent domain, easements and licenses, deeds, title assurance, mortgages, condominiums and cooperatives, and leases.
Analyze land transactions, including contracts of sale, deeds, and mortgages
Compare between private land use controls, including easements and licenses
Evaluate methods of acquiring ownership to real property and the types of concurrent ownership
Examine the law of landlord and tenant and the commercial lease
Evaluate title examinations, including recording statutes, inquiry notice, registration of title, and title defects
Assess the law of public regulation of private property, including zoning, building codes, eminent domain and taxation
Distinguish between condominums and cooperatives as forms of ownership
Synthesize course concepts through interaction and discussion with other learners and faculty mentor
Integrate course concepts in the form of a final paper, mid-term assignment or movie critique by evaluating and analyzing selective, relevant material(s) and resources(s)
Conduct research and select relevent journal articles relevant to your chosen topic
Deliver an effective oral presentation through an informative and persuasive presentation