The Pre-law Studies Minor is an inter-disciplinary minor designed to give students a broad background upon which for build formal legal training. The minor includes courses in economics, English, history, philosophy, political science and public speaking that are designed for a concentration in pre-law.
The following are the requirements for the Pre-law Studies Minor:
- ACCT 203
- BADM 301
- ECON 202
- PLSC 304 (American Constitutional Law I)
- PRLW 444 (a three-credit internship in the legal profession)
- SPCH 201
- six additional hours chosen from BADM 325, ENGL 219, ENGL 332, PHIL 205, PLSC 305 (American Constitutional Law II), or SOC 309.