Legal Studies, Minor
The Legal Studies Minor is an interdisciplinary program with a liberal arts focus that provides students with the opportunity to study the law, legal ideas/concepts, and legal systems/processes from a variety of perspectives. The minor is designed to provide a broad conceptual framework to explore legal studies and complement a chosen major of study. While the minor may be appropriate for those considering attending law schools, it is not a “pre-law” program and does not provide legal or paralegal training.
|LGS 300||Introduction to Legal Studies 1||3|
|Choose from 12 hours of the following: 2||12|
|Archaeology and the Law|
|Legal Research and Writing I|
|Expert Witness Testimony|
|Animals and the Law|
|Internat Law & Organization|
|Politics and Religion in the U.S.|
|Law and Society|
|Law and Politics of Civil Liberties|
|POL 466A||Mock Trial||2|
|POL 466B||Mock Trial II||2|
|Sociology of Deviance Sociology of Deviance Sociology of Deviance|
|Environment and Society|
Substitute three hours of special topics courses as approved by the Director of Legal Studies
|Co-op or Research Requirement|
|LGS 349||Applied Learning for Legal Studies||3|
|or LGS 400||Legal Studies Senior Seminar|
Students are strongly advised to enroll in LGS 300 Introduction to Legal Studies before beginning Legal Studies elective studies.
Students may not take more than six hours of electives with the same course prefix. Students may not count Legal Studies electives towards any other major or minor.