Requirements for the Pre-Law Minor:
|Foundations of Legal Studies
|Philosophy of Law
|Race, Gender, and the Law
A course in this category not taken as a Required Course can be taken to satisfy the Elective/Experiential Learning requirement.
|Constitutional and International Law
Take 2 courses from the following:
|Constitutional Law of Government Powers And Constraints
|US Constitutional History I
|Constitutional Law of Civil Rights and Liberties
|US Constitutional History II
A course in this category not taken as a Constitutional or International Law Course can be taken to satisfy the Elective/Experiential Learning requirement.
Take 2 courses from the following (if not already satisfied by courses in the above categories):
|Ethics: Human Conduct & Values
|Social and Political Ethics
|Genocide and Human Rights
|The U.S. Congress
|Internship in Pre-Law
|English Constitutional History
|Seminar in Constitutional History
|American Judicial System
|Business Law I
|Law & Marginalized Groups
At least one of the courses taken to satisfy the requirements of the Pre-Law Minor must address issues of law and marginalized groups. Students can satisfy this requirement by taking PH-151 Race, Gender, and the Law, or PO-319 Constitutional Law of Civil Rights and Liberties, or an appropriate course approved by the Pre-Law Advisor.
|A student may substitute an appropriate course approved by the Pre-Law Advisor for any of the above requirements.
In addition to the Pre-Law Minor, WSU has multiple 3+3 Law Degree Agreements, with the UMass School of Law and the Western New England University School of Law. More information about these programs can be found at https://www.worcester.edu/Articulation-Agreements/.