The Bachelor of Arts in Humanities - Prelaw offers the courses needed to meet the entrance requirements of law schools. Prelaw majors are able to gain a thorough grounding in a variety of academic disciplines applicable to graduate study in law. Students work with the prelaw advisor to select a course of study customized for their own needs and interests. A prelaw major contemplating admission to a law school should consult the prelaw advisor early in the program.
Candidates for the Bachelor of Arts in Humanities - Prelaw require a minimum of 122 credit hours as outlined in the following requirements and sample curriculum. Any program plan selected in consultation with the student’s advisor must include Q-designated research in an agreed area to begin during the spring term of the junior year. Prelaw majors must complete a minimum of 39 credit hours of advanced coursework (3000-level and above) chosen from upper-level courses in humanities or psychology.
Candidates for a Bachelor of Arts in Humanities - Prelaw require a total of 122 credit hours for graduation as follows.