The minor in legal specialties requires 21 credit hours. It includes academic course work and practical experiences designed to develop the knowledge, critical thinking and communication skills necessary for contributing to the legal profession. All of the program faculty are licensed attorneys, judges and magistrates and are available for career advising.
Below is a sample curriculum for the minor in legal specialties. Sample curriculum is subject to change. Please consult the department for up-to-date information.
|LGL 1010||Introduction To Law||3|
|LGL 1150||Tort Law||3|
|LGL 2120||Real Estate Transactions||3|
|Select four of the following:||12|
|Legal Research, Writing And Case Analysis|
|Estate & Probate Administration|
|Advocacy: Mock Trial|
|Law Of Business Associations|
|Personal Law (Prereq. Junior Standing or Instructor Permission)|
|Personal Law II|
|Health Care And The Law (Prereq. Junior Standing or Instructor Permission)|
|Mediation: Topics And Techniques|