Courses taken in the minor must come from a discipline other than the student’s major discipline to ensure that the minor will provide intellectual breadth complementary to a specialized curriculum in a traditional discipline.
No more than one independent study will count toward completion of the minor.
Program of Study
The student’s program of study must be approved by a program Advisor and verified before graduation.
Students working toward a minor in Law and Social Thought will be invited to participate in field experience, and elective credit will be offered depending on the student’s level of involvement.
|LST 2010||Law And Social Thought||3|
|Select five electives cross-listed or taught for the Law and Social Thought program: 1||15|
Path 1: Law, History, and Theory
Path 2: Law, Difference, and Social Practices
Path 3: Law, Institutions, and Public Policy
Path 4: Comparative Law
At least one elective must be a law and social thought upper division seminar (LST 4900) compatible with the chosen path.