The minor in Legal Studies provides students with a basic understanding of the American judicial and legal system, as well as courses designed to enhance critical thinking and analytic skill, and improve research practices, and communication skills, both oral and written.
Specific Requirements for the Minor in Legal Studies
|PHIL 204||Critical Reasoning||3|
|or PHIL 205||Deductive Logic|
|POLSC 321||American Constitutional Development||3|
|or POLSC 322||American Constitutional Law|
|POLSC 411||The U.S. Congress||3|
|HIST 415||Civil Rights||3|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Critical Reasoning (one not taken for the above req.)|
or PHIL 205
|Criminal Law and Procedure|
|Creation of the US Constitution|
- Only one History class taken for the minor can count toward the History major or minor.
- Only one Political Science class taken for the minor can count toward the Political Science major or minor.
- Only one Philosophy class taken for the minor can count toward the Philosophy minor.