Pre-Law

Law schools require a baccalaureate degree for admission but no prescribed course of study is stipulated. Students are advised to pursue an undergraduate degree which will provide a suitable alternative to acceptance into Law School. The curriculum outlined below is a suggested alternative for those who wish a career in the legal profession and fulfills core requirements for a baccalaureate in Paralegal studies. The curriculum below leads to an Associate of Arts Degree.

First Year
First Semester

  • English Composition I ENG 1113
  • Foreign Language Elective 3
  • History Elective (continuous) 3
  • College Algebra MAT 1313
  • American National Government PSC 1113
    Total 15 Hours

Second Semester

  • English Composition II ENG 1123
  • Foreign Language Elective 3
  • History Elective (continuous) 3
  • Public Speaking I SPT 1113
  • Elective 3
    Total 15 Hours

Second Year
First Semester

  • Literature Elective 3
  • Foreign Language Elective 3
  • Natural Science w/Lab 4
  • Introduction to Sociology SOC 2113
  • Fine Arts Elective 3
    Total 16 Hours

Second Semester

  • Economics Elective 3
  • Foreign Language Elective 3
  • Natural Science w/Lab 4
  • Introduction to Philosophy I PHI 2113
  • Elective 3
    Total 16 Hours

Consult with your chosen transfer college to determine changes to this curriculum.