To enter an approved school for the study of law, a person is expected to have a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree and to have successfully completed the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT).
A degree which concentrates on the development of critical thinking, effective writing, and strong oral communication skills is a good preparation. Pre-Law Concentration is best suited for majors in: Accounting, Business, Communications, Criminal Justice, English, History Teaching, and Social & Behavioral Sciences.
When the following courses have been completed the student will receive a notation of "Pre-Law Concentration" on his/her transcript.
Concentration in Pre-Law: ACC 101; BUS 311, 312; ENG 202 or 302; CRJ 212, CRJ 312; POL 202, 414; PHI 202; COM 311 or ENG 332 or COM 309; HIS 271 or 272, BUS/ENG/SBS 425-LSAT Preparation.