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-204||Introduction to Logic|
|PHIL-304||Philosophy of Law|
|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|
* Students can not complete all three courses from one discipine.