Legal Studies Pathway

 The Legal Studies Pathway approaches the law from political, historical, philosophical, and sociological
 perspectives. Courses provide students with an understanding of the law as both a profession and a field
 of scholarly inquiry.

Your Pathway must contain 4 courses drawn from at least 3 of the disciplinary areas listed below. Honors, special-topics, and study-abroad courses may be used in Pathways if they have been approved for this purpose.

Ethics & Justice
REST 244 Prison, Praxis, and Prisoners
 
History
HIST 210 Constitutional Law: National Powers *prereq POSC 110; cross-listed PRLG 206 & POSC 210
 
Philosophy (maximum 2 courses)
PHIL 203 Introduction to Logic
PHIL 310 Symbolic Logic
PHIL 337 Political Philosophy
 
Social Science (maximum 2 courses)
POSC 102 Introduction to Law *cross-listed PRLG 101
POSC 110 American National Government
POSC 210 Constitutional Law: National Powers *prereq POSC 110; cross-listed PRLG 206 & HIST 210
POSC 221 Law and Society *prereq POSC 110; cross-listed PRLG 221 and CRJU 221
POSC 290 International Law and Organizations *prereq POSC 111 or POSC 113
POSC 300 US Constitutional Law: Civil Rights & Liberties *prereq 1 200-level class from any subfield
POSC 360 Congress Today *prereq 1 200-level class from any subfield
PSYC 202 Abnormal Psychology *prereq PSYC 101
PSYC 348 Psychological Perspectives on Criminal Behavior *prereq PSYC 101 or CRJU 101
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
SOC 223 Juvenile Delinquency *pre-req SOC 101
 
Non-Breadth Options (maximum 1 course)
CRJU 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice
CRJU 250 Introduction to US Courts
Any PRLG course not listed above

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