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Sociology BA / Law JD

Major:  Sociology and Law  Degree Awarded:  Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Juris Doctor (JD) Calendar Type: Quarter and semester Minimum Required Credits: 180.0 quarter credits & 85.0 semester credits Co-op Options:  No Co-op (Six years) BA Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) code:  45.1101 BA Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) code:  19-3041 JD Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) code:  22.0101 JD Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) code:  23-1011


...are pre-law frequently pursue law-related co...Reaching at least the 201 level is recommended...


...Law clerk/paralegal, Joe Davidson, Attorney-at-Law...of a language through 201) in one language...

Philosophy, Politics and Economics Law offered through the Kline Law School...must take 103 and 201. ?? For Analysis, take...


...ARBC 201-499, CHIN 103 or CHIN excellent preparation for law school, medical school...

Business and Engineering

...economics, finance, information systems, law, marketing, organizational behavior...105 , ECE 200 , ECE 201 , and any two...

Minor in Philosophy

...151 Ethical Reasoning PHIL 201 Non-Western Philosophies...PHIL 385 Philosophy of Law PHIL 391 Philosophy...

Minor in Sport Regulation & Compliance

...provides addition preparation for law school for those...Sport Regulation & Compliance: BLAW 201 & ORGB 300. Sport...

Biomedical Engineering

...for BMES 460 * PHYS 201 is a pre...dentistry, veterinary medicine, and law. Those who choose...

LAW 201 The Role of the Common Law in the American Legal System 4.0 Credits

This class introduces students to the concept of common-law lawmaking, with focus on the areas of contract, tort (personal injury) and property. It will also address the history of how the common law developed from English law and provide a brief comparison to civil law systems used in other countries.

College/Department: Thomas R. Kline School of Law
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

BLAW 201 Business Law I 4.0 Credits

This course focuses on the legal environment in which businesses operate with a special concentration on contracts. The course addresses various aspects of contract law, including formation, performance and remedies for breach and how contract law interacts with other areas of the law in the business environment.

College/Department: LeBow College of Business
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman

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