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Legal Studies

The undergraduate Legal Studies major, leading to a B.S. degree in Legal Studies with a Pre-Law Concentration, offers a wide range of civil and criminal law courses through which students learn legal analytic and problem solving, as well as critical reading, writing, communication, and research skills. Students in the Legal Studies program with a Pre-Law Concentration will have completed a curriculum based upon the American Bar Association Core Skills and Values and will be particularly prepared for the rigors of the law school curriculum.

Program courses include Criminal Law, Real Estate Law, Probate Law, Civil Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Business Law, Workers’ Compensation, Ethics, Torts, and Family Law.