Legal Studies

Course Requirements

Requirements for Minor in Legal Studies

No fewer than six courses are required for a minor in Legal Studies. A minor in Legal Studies is open to all students. Please consult with a member of the Legal Studies faculty for written registration of minor approval. Legal Studies course instruction is offered during the day and evening. Courses are taught in a variety of formats including the more traditional lecture hall mode and on-line. Not all Legal Studies courses are taught every semester.


Please see the undergraduate catalog for course descriptions.

41.234 Criminal Law

41.261 Introduction to Legal Concepts

41.262 Introduction to Business Law

41.360 Legal Issues in Racism

41.363 Corporate and Property Law

41.364 Law for the CPA and Pre-Law Student

41.365 The Legal Environment of Business

41.366 International Law

41.367 Environmental Law

41.368 Employment and Labor Law

41.369 The Courts and the Constitution

41.370 Real Estate Law

41.371 Legal Issues in Health Care

41.372 Sports & Entertainment Law

41.373 Consumer Law

41.374 Computers and the Law

41.375 Securities Regulation

41.376 Family Law

41.377 Practice Law for the Individual

41.378 Comparative European Community Law

41.379 The Relationship of Law, Logic, and Ethics

41.380 Marketing’s Fifth  P-Prosecution and Legal Restriction

41.381 Women and the Law

41.382 Business Planning

41.383 Alternative Dispute Resolution

41.384 State and Local Taxation

41.385 Immigration Law

41.386 Intellectual Property

41.387 Legal Research Methods

41.390 Litigation

41.391 Federal Income Tax Law

41.395 Bankruptcy Law

41.488 Directed Study in Law - Seminar in Law