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Legal Studies Minor


Primary or Secondary Minor

The program in legal studies is designed to prepare students in any major for success in law school. The American Association of Law Schools recommends that students receive a broad liberal arts education and hone their critical thinking, analytical, communications, and reading comprehension skills during their undergraduate careers. The legal studies program is designed to hone these crucial skills to help students prepare for law school in addition to providing them with a solid background in the American legal system.


Core Courses

BUAD 223 - Legal Environment of Business
PHIL 110 - Logical Thinking
PSCI 101 - American Government
PSCI 245 - Constitutional Law
PSCI 321 - Mock Trial
WRTG 159 - Contemporary Argument and Research

Additional Program Requirements

The legal studies minor also requires either PHIL 320 or SOCY 376, plus one of the following courses:

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