Students planning to attend law school should consult with Professor Dunn, prelaw advisor.
Pre-law is an interdisciplinary minor for students either seeking a pre-law minor as a preparation for law school or pursuing study for general interest. The Pre-law minor includes courses from seven departments.
LSAT preparation courses are routinely offered through the college’s Extended Studies program.
Requirements for the Minor
- Complete a minimum of 18 credit hours, 12 of which must be upper-division courses, and all of which must be completed in at least three of the seven departments that participate in the program (Communication, Economics, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, and Women’s Studies)
Special Topic courses offered in the departments that are not listed here and that might qualify require the consent of the Director of the Pre-law Minor, Raphael Sassower.