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2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Pre-Law Minor


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This minor is intended for those students who are considering law school and want to obtain the foundational skills to gain entrance to and succeed in law school. It consists of 21 hours, 15 of which must be upper-division. The courses are designed to meet the core skills and values laid out by the American Bar Association.* This includes the ability to write, research, read critically, analyze, communicate, and value serving others by promoting justice. The minor will also enable students to obtain the general knowledge expected of law school applicants.

Required Courses


Students in the pre-law minor must satisfy 3 hours from each othe following seven categories:

  • Writing
  • Analytical and Problem Solving
  • Critical Reading and General Knowledge
  • Oral Communication and Listening
  • Research
  • Value of Serving Others
  • Legal Topics

Elective Courses


Analytical and Problem Solving (3 hours)


 Choose one of the following:

Oral Communication and Listening


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Research (3 hours)


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Value of Servings Others (3 hours)


Choose one of the following:

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