The law and jurisprudence minor is an interdisciplinary minor with three (3) required courses among the law-related courses in political science and three (3) elective courses from other departments.
Three political science courses, from two different course areas, are required for the minor.
|POL 203||Introduction to Law (Required)||3|
|Political Science Courses|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Women and the Law|
|Amer Judic Process|
|Topic: (Civil Rights, Mental Health Law, Healthcare Law and Policy, Environmental Law)|
|Select three of the following: 1||9|
|Mass Communications Law|
|History of England to 1688|
|Black Freedom Movement|
|Social and Political Philosophy|
|Philosophy of Law|
A special topics course on law-related issue may be substituted for one of the three electives listed above. Permission of the director of the pre-law program is required for substitution.