ACQUIRE A RIGOROUS, WELL-ROUNDED EDUCATION
Prelaw students are encouraged to challenge their thinking and reasoning skills by pursuing a rigorous and diverse undergraduate program.
There are no specific course requirements or recommended majors, so students are urged to choose a major in which they are truly interested. It is not so much a matter of what you study as it is a matter of selecting elective and major courses which motivate you, challenge you, and require you to use research and writing skills.
In order to enrich your program of study you might wish to consider pursuing a double major or adding a minor or secondary emphasis of some kind; enrolling in honors courses; and/or participating in an internship, study abroad program, or a research project in your major. Seek ways to distinguish yourself and enhance your academic experience.