The Bachelor of Arts in Laws degree program offers a foundation in both legal theory and practice. The course of study introduces the student to a range of legal topics and prepares the student not only for an advanced level of study, such as law school, but also for professional opportunities in a variety of organizations including regulatory agencies, small businesses, public offices, or non-profit organizations. Each student in this program will also select and earn an associate’s degree in a field of study that best meets the student’s interests.
REQUIREMENTS FOR BACCALAUREATE MAJOR IN LAWS
- Core (36 hours): PHI 105; PLS 105; CRJ 101; POS 215; BUA 291, 292; Law (21 hours): 310, 320, 420, 450, 451, 497, 498
- Support courses (9 hours): three courses from the following: BUA 303, BUA 403, CRJ 301, PLS 310, PLS 312, PLS 380, POS 425
- Associate Degree: students must complete an associate’s degree in a field of study that best meets the student’s interest
- Computer literacy: CIS 111