Pre-law Scholars Program

Pre-Law Elective Courses

Please consult with your academic advisor as to prerequisites and class standing requirements for these courses before registration.

Suggested Pre-Law Electives:

  • PHIL 3640 Philosophy of Law
  • POLI 3360 Federal Jurisdiction
  • POLI 3380 Evidence and Legal Reasoning
  • POLI 4920 Internship
  • POLI 5570 Intro to Legal Profession
  • PHIL 1010/1017 Intro to Logic
  • PHIL 3110 Symbolic Logic
  • POLI 4010 Separation of Powers
  • POLI 4020 First Amendment
  • POLI 4030 Civil Rights
  • POLI 4040 Criminal Law
  • POLI 3340 Intro to Conflict Resolution
  • POLI 5340 Theory & Practice of Mediation
  • POLI 5570 Advanced Mediation
  • POLI 3300 Law and Society
  • POLI 3320 Judicial Process
  • POLI 3350 Controversies in Const. Law
  • POLI 3370 Federal Indian Law
  • POLI 5170 Election Law
  • POLI 5180 Administrative Law
  • POLI 5570 Mock Trial/ Principles of Trial Advocacy
  • ENG 4150 Language and the Law
  • COMM 3100 Speaking Before Audiences
  • COMM 3110 Persuasion
  • COMM 3300 Communication and Conflict
  • COMM 4700 Legal Communication
  • HADM 3700 Health Law
  • ACCT 2700 Business Law
  • AGEC 4070 Agricultural Law
  • ANTH 4300 Anthropology of Law
  • AVMG 5090 Aviation Law and Policy
  • BSCI 4850 Construction Law
  • CIVL 5480 Legal Aspects of Civil Engineering
  • CMJN 4000 Mass Media Law and Regulations
  • ECON 3100 Law and Economics
  • FORY 5540/5543 Environmental Law
  • FORY 5550/5553 Property Law
  • SOCY 5200 Sociology of Law

Check the AU Bulletin for information regarding how these courses may contribute to your major or minor.

 

For more information:

Debra Armstrong-Wright

7002 Haley Center
Auburn University, AL 36849
(334) 844-6166
dza0011@auburn.edu

Last Updated: April 06, 2016