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2009 - 2010 Catalog of Courses 
    
2009 - 2010 Catalog of Courses [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Pre-Law Minor


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Coordinator - Suzanne L. Wilhelm

Pre-Law is an interdisciplinary minor designed for those interested in a career in law, the legal field, or attending law school. The minor is designed to build both the skills and substantive knowledge to be successful in these areas. Specifically, students will develop and hone skills in critical thinking, logical analysis, legal research, and professional writing. Those completing the minor will be well prepared for further legal education, as well as diverse professional areas such as human resources, public service, and regulation.

A STUDENT MAJORING IN ANY DISCIPLINE MAY COMPLETE A MINOR IN PRE-LAW UPON SATISFACTORILY COMPLETING THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS.


Subtotal Specific Course Requirements - Credits: 10


Elective Courses


A minimum of 11 credits of Elective Courses are required. At least 7 of those 11 credits must be upper division. No more than 4 credits of Elective course credit shall come from any Internship.

Note


Elective courses chosen to satisfy the Pre-law Minor shall not be used to satisfy Political Science, Business Administration, Sociology, or Sociology-Criminology majors. Courses required or chosen to satisfy Political Science, Business Administration, Sociology, and Sociology-Criminology majors shall not be used to satisfy Pre-Law Minor electives.

TOTAL REQUIRED FOR PRE-LAW MINOR - CREDITS: 21


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