The Legal Studies minor provides interested students the opportunity to gain a substantive theoretical and critical background in the study of law broadly understood. Students pursuing this minor will study the social, political, constitutional, and philosophical dimensions of law, as well as various specific legal issues and problems in areas such as international law, business law, criminal law, constitutional law, and public policy.
*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 three courses at the 300 or 400 level toward the minor.