Recognizing the critical role that law plays in societies, the minor in legal studies is designed to provide students with courses that will deepen and expand their understanding of law as practiced, especially its influence on social, political, and economic institutions.
|Choose one of the following:|
|CRIM-215||Law and Society|
|POLS-200||Law and Society|
|Choose four of the following:*|
|COMM-342||Communication Law and Ethics|
|COMM-362||Law and Ethics of the Press|
|CRIM-489||Major Issues in Criminal Justice|
|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-464||Modern Constitutionalism, Liberty, and Equality|
|SOCI-310||U.S. Housing Policy|
* Students majoring in communication, criminal justice, philosophy, or political science may only count one course from their home department toward the requirements of the minor.
To declare a minor in Criminal Justice, go to the Registrar's forms website and complete the Minor Aurhtorization/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.