The Law and Humanities minor is designed for students considering law school. Satisfying the requirements for the minor would ensure that students have a deep understanding of the foundations of legal systems in general. Moreover, the minor provides students with the unusual opportunity to learn about law from multi-disciplinary and cross-cultural perspectives which highlight the rich and varied ways in which the law interacts with the liberal arts and humanistic disciplines. Many of the courses that count for the minor are courses that highlight the connections between law and other disciplines, such as classics, philosophy, political science, and religious studies.
Requirements for the Minor:
Six of the following courses, at least three of which are in the Humanities.