Legal Studies Minor

The Legal Studies minor offers an interdisciplinary approach to studying law, legal institutions, and the role of law in society and politics.  It is housed in the Department of Political Science.  The program requires 15 credits distributed as follows:
 

I. REQUIRED 3 CREDITS

PSC 12600: Intro to the Legal Process

 

II. ELECTIVES 12 CREDITS (Four courses)

PSC 21200: Constitutional Law

PSC 21300: Civil Liberties

PSC 25300: International Law

PSC 22000: The Judiciary
 
PSC 31807: The Politics of Crime and Punishment
 
PSC 20700: The Politics of Criminal Law and Civil Law
 
PHIL 32600: Philosophy of Law
 
HIST 37000: American Legal Tradition
 
SOC 38107: Justice, Law and Society