The student generally concentrates in a broad program rather than a specialized one. Individuals may major in any discipline. Elective courses are recommended in economics, English, history, philosophy and political science. Courses that train students to write and express themselves orally are extremely helpful.
Success on the LSAT and in law school is related to the rigor of the courses taken and the extent to which those courses develop the skills of logical thinking and critical analysis. Additional information about the pre-law program may be obtained from the Pre-Law Adviser or the Office of Admission.