Law, Justice & Society Major - Social Change Emphasis

B.A. or B.S. degree program
Total hours required – 45

Base Courses in Law, Justice and Society (LJS) Hours
2103 Society and The Law - F, SP 3
2203 Introduction to American Law - SP 3
3103 Dispute Resolution - F 3
3203 Legal Research and Reasoning - F, SP, SU 3
3303 Influencing Change through Civic Engagement - F, SP, SU 3
390V Internship - F, SP, SU 1-3
4103 Law in the Global Community - SU 3
4203 Senior Research Project - F, SP, SU 3

 

Base Courses in Political Science (PO) Hours
3433 Judicial Process - SP (alternate years) 3
4203 Constitutional Law - F 3

 

 

Base Courses in Social Work (SW) Hours
4513 Research Methods - SP 3

 

 

Select Four Courses from: Hours
3513 LJS - The Social Enterprise - F 3
4303 LJS - Special Topics: [Insert Topic] and the Law 3
4413 LJS - Financial Management of the Social Enterprise - SP 3
490V LJS - Independent Study - Offered upon request 3
2134 CO - Persuasion and Advocacy - F, SP 4
2203 CO - Great Speakers, Ancient and Modern - F (alternate years) 3
3023 CO - Communication Law and Regulation - F 3
2013 PL - Logic - SP (alternate years) 3
3413 PO - Executive-Legislative Process - SP (alternate years) 3
2113 SO - Social Problems - SP, SU 3
4173 HI - The American Civil Rights Movement - F (alternate years) 3

 

Note: Students pursuing the social change emphasis may want to consider a minor in social entrepreneurship, which is offered in cooperation with the College of Business.

The major field writing requirement is satisfied by completing two of the following courses with a “C” or above: LJS 3203, 4203, Psychology 3413, 3433, 4203, 4233.