The immersion in legal studies provides students with a foundation in the study of law and legal institutions, and in the relationship of law to other aspects of society and culture. The courses included provide a broad perspective on law and legal institutions including historical, ethical, sociological, political, and philosophical approaches to the study of law and legal institutions.
CRIM 215 Law and Society or POLS 200 Law and Society
Choose two of the following:
|CRIM 225||Criminal Law|
|POLS 325||International Law and Organizations|
|POLS 330||Human Rights in Global Perspective|
|POLS 425||Constitutional Law|
|POLS 430||Constitutional Rights and Liberties|
|POLS 460||Classical Constitutionalism, Virtue & Law|
|POLS 465||Modern Constitutionalism, Liberty & Equality|
|COMM 342||Communication Law & Ethics|
|COMM 362||Law & Ethics of the Press|
|PHIL 204||Introduction to Logic|
|PHIL 302||Symbolic Logic|
|PHIL 304||Philosophy of Law|
To declare an immersion in Legal Studies, go to Registrar's forms website and complete the Immersion Authorization/Change form. Return the completed form to the College of Liberal Arts, Office of Student Services located in Liberal Arts Hall (LBR) Room 2210 or contact (585) 475-2444, email@example.com.