The Legal Studies minor provides the interested student the opportunity to gain a substantive theoretical and critical background in legal studies. Successful completion of the program opens up career opportunities in government, business and nongovernmental professions. Students intending to attend law school to obtain a Juris Doctorate are recommended NOT to take this minor, and should see their pre-law advisor to discuss this.
Total Credits Required to Complete Minor: 21
Basic Requirements: (3 Credits)
One of the following courses:
Electives: Six courses from the following: (18 Credits)
*Students need to complete prerequisites for courses marked with asterisks.
Each course may apply only once to the minor.
At least 9 credits must be unique to the minor.
Students must take courses from at least three different prefixes.
Students must apply a minimum of two 300-level courses toward the minor.