Terrell Gottschall, Academic Adviser.

There is no specific curriculum for prelaw students. Courses designed to develop skills in oral and written communication and the ability to reason and think analytically are strongly recommended. This would include, for example, course work in history, political science, economics, English and speech.

Most law schools require a bachelor's degree and a satisfactory grade-point average and score on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) for admission. Law schools vary in the levels of achievement required for admission. Students planning to study law are encouraged to consult with the prelaw adviser.