Jun 23, 2024  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Law and Justice Minor


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Offered by Political Science .

The Law and Justice minor allows students to develop an expertise in the law, and in how lawyers, courts and judges influence the world.  We offer a wide variety of classes in American, comparative, and international law.  In addition, the minor features classes that examine the struggle for justice as well as the theoretical foundations of law and justice.  The minor is excellent training for students who plan to attend law school, or to work in the many fields where knowledge of the law is a powerful asset.  An understanding of law and justice is valuable for students working in politics, business, the arts, science, technology, and engineering.  The minor offers students hands-on practical opportunities through legal internships, mock trial, moot court, and legal advocacy.  

Basic requirements:
•    18 total credits required, one of which must be POLI 230
•    At least 1 400-level class
•    At least 1 course must come from the below list of International focus courses

Students in the Political Science, B.A.  may count no more than 3 courses from the major toward this minor

 

Required Courses (3 credits)


Each student must complete:

Elective Courses: (15-16 credits)


Five elective courses from the following lists 

At least one of the elective courses must be
      a 400-level course.

At least one of the elective courses must be
      one with an international focus.

 

Note:


No grade lower than a “C” in any course may count toward any minor.

Total: 18 Credits


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