Minor in Legal Studies
The Legal Studies Minor requires 18 semester hours of course work which must be approved by the coordinator, Dr. Joseph Giammo, Associate Professor of Political Science. His phone number is 569-3331 and his e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the Legal Studies Minor, refer to the Legal Studies section of the 2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog. Law School Admission Council: Link to information on admission to law school.
Dr. JoAnne Matson in the Department of Rhetoric and Writing has a Prelaw Club for interested students. In addition to a Ph.D. she has a J.D. degree from the UALR William H. Bowen School of Law. Email:
email@example.com. Phone: 569-8386.
Professor Giammo automatically approves the courses listed below toward the Legal Studies Minor; however, no more than nine hours may be chosen from any one discipline or department.
- Criminal Justice 3301, Criminal Evidence
- Criminal Justice 3302, Legal Aspects of Law Enforcement
- Criminal Justice 3307, Criminal Law
- Criminal Justice 3312, Victimology
- Criminal Justice 3396, Psychology & the Criminal Process
- Criminal Justice/Political Science 4301, Judicial System and Process
- Criminal Justice/Political Science 4302, Law and Society
- Criminal Justice 4305, Juvenile Law and Process
- History 4363, Law in American History.
- Journalism 4352, Mass Communication Law
- Management 4391, Employment Law
- Marketing 2380, Legal Environment of Business
- Marketing 3381, Advanced Business Law
- Marketing 4378, Real Estate Law
- Philosophy 1330, Introduction to Critical Thinking
- Philosophy 2350 Introduction to Logic
- Philosophy 3310, Ways of Knowing
- Philosophy 4340, Philosophy of Law
- Political Science 3325, Legislative Process & Behavior
- Political Science 4350, Constitutional Law: Governmental Powers
- Political Science 4351, Constitutional Law: Civil Liberties
- Rhetoric 3315, Persuasive Writing
- Rhetoric 3316, Writing for the Workplace
- Rhetoric 3317, Introduction to Nonfiction Writing
- Rhetoric 4306, Writing for Business and Government
- Rhetoric 4317, Advanced Nonfiction Writing
- Rhetoric 4325, Legal Writing and Analysis