Law Related Courses

The following are courses related to the study of the law. They are in no way required by law schools. There are NO course prerequisites for law school. However, if you are interested in getting some exposure to the law these are some classes (not necessarily an exhaustive list) that you might consider.

  • GOVT 372 American Legal Process (Nemacheck)
  • GOVT 373 Civil Rights/Civil Liberties (Nemacheck)
  • GOVT 490 Federalism and the Supreme Court (Nemacheck)
  • GOVT 491 Religious Liberties and the U.S. Supreme Court (Nemacheck)
  • GOVT 326 International Law (Rahman)
  • BUAD 150W Environmental Regulation (Mallue)
  • BUAD 203 Principles of Accounting (Ramamurthy/Irving/White)
  • BUAD 342 Commercial Law/Business Organizations (Waxman)
  • BUAD 343 Legal Environment of Buiness (Mallue/Waxman)
  • BUAD 405 Federal Taxation (Smith)
  • ECON 362 Government Regulation of Business (Baker)
  • ECON 460 Economic Analysis of Law (Stafford)
  • PHIL 210 Introduction to Critical Thinking (Davies et al)
  • PHIL 310 Philospophy of Law (Goldman)
  • PHIL 301 Symbolic Logic (Gaynesford)
  • PHIL 410 Ethics and Law (Fuchs)