The legal studies immersion 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. Courses provide a broad perspective on law and legal institutions including historical, ethical, sociological, political, and philosophical approaches to these areas.
|Choose one of the following:|
|CRIM-215||Law and Society|
|POLS-200||Law and Society|
|Choose two of the following:*|
|COMM-342||Communication Law and Ethics|
|COMM-362||Law and Ethics of the Press|
|PHIL-304||Philosophy of Law|
|PHIL-403||Social and Political Philosophy|
|POLS-325||International Law and Organizations|
|POLS-330||Human Rights in Global Perspective|
|POLS-430||Constitutional Rights and Liberties|
|POLS-460||Classical Constitutionalism, Virtue and Law|
|POLS-465||Modern Constitutionalism, Liberty and Equality|
|SOCI-310||US Housing Policy|
* All three courses cannot be from the same discipline. Students majoring in communication, criminal justice, philosophy, and political science must choose two of the three courses from outside their respective major.
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, firstname.lastname@example.org.