Coordinator: P. Schotten
Law schools are primarily concerned with the quality of character and the competency of intellect which students entering upon the study of law have developed as a result of their undergraduate experiences.
Professional law schools do not ordinarily establish any specific academic course requirements for admission. Thus, a Business major or a Liberal Arts major in any one of the several social sciences and in the humanities, if selected electives are included, would provide appropriate pre-legal training. The pre-law adviser is in the Government and International Affairs department.