Pre-Law Studies Minor
The Pre-Law Studies minor is an interdisciplinary course of study designed to provide students a theoretical and practical introduction to the study of the law and society. The minor includes course work in law, political science, sociology, business, history, English and communication. It is strongly recommended that students take advantage of the interdisciplinary nature of the minor and select electives from a variety of academic disciplines.
The minor requires a total of 21 units. Courses should cover a minimum of three disciplines. In addition, a maximum of nine units may be used from the units used to complete the requirements of a major.
|Select 21 units from the following:||21|
|Contemporary Issues in Public Discourse|
|Global Voices: World Literature|
|Becoming a Reader: Theory/Crit of Lit|
|The History of Human Rights|
|Comparative Political Thought|
|Gender & Politics|
|Public Policy Issues|
|Criminology/Criminal Justice System|
|Juvenile Delinquency & Justice|
|Prisons and Jails|
Other courses may be approved on a case-by-case basis by the Pre-Law Minor Advisor or the History & Political Science Department Chair.