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Pre-Law Programs at Reinhardt University

College of Humanities, Sciences, and Technology
Minor | On Campus

The Pre-Law minor is designed to develop and enhance those skills required both at law school and in a legal career. It is based on recommendations set down for undergraduate colleges by the Association of American Law Schools. The AALS suggests that interested students develop basic skills and insights in:

  • Comprehension and expression of words
  • Critical understanding of the human institution and values with which law deals
  • Creative power of thinking

The Pre-Law minor entails challenging coursework that reinforces and extends the foundation gained through the General Education Core, provides advanced analytical and writing skills, and introduces the student to the social and governmental structures that underlie the law. This minor may be combined with any major field of concentration.

Pre-Law Classes You’ll Take

Here are some of the classes you will take while pursuing your Pre-Law minor:

  • POL 385 Constitutional Law
  • POL 306/PHI 306 Classical Political Thought
  • POL 308/PHI 308 Modern Political Thought

Minor Elective Courses:

  • BUS 290 Legal and Ethical Environment of Business
  • COM 370 Media Law and Ethics
  • POL 498 Special Topics in Political Science
  • SOC 250 Deviant Behavior and Social Control
  • SOC 360 Principles of Criminal Justice and Criminology
  • SOC 380 Family Violence
  • SSC 490 Social Science Internship

Pre-Law Minor Program Details

Tuition and Fees

Reinhardt’s affordable tuition helps you get the personal attention and real-world experiences that will give you a competitive edge in the job market.

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Nearly all students at Reinhardt University receive some sort of financial aid or scholarship. Find out what options you may be eligible for.

Clubs and Organizations

Student organizations and activities round out the total educational program at Reinhardt University. And there is something for everyone, from sports and outdoor recreation, to student government and leadership opportunities, to multicultural and faith-based groups.

Campus Living

Living on campus is an essential part of the college experience and will help you adjust to college life. You’ll have more opportunities to interact with faculty and friends, get involved in activities, and have easy access to classes, the library, performing arts, recreational, and athletic facilities.