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Electives        

 Accounting

  • ACCT 350 Business Law I  #   (ACCT majors only)
  • ACCT 351 Business Law II  # (ACCT majors only)
  • ACCT 352 Law and Social Issues in Business #      (non-ACCT majors)

Communication

  • COMM/LEST 345 Legal Issues of the Mass Media #

Computer and Information Sciences

  • CISC 367 Intellectual Property in the Digital Age

Criminal Justice

  • CRJU 202 Problems of Criminal Judiciary
  • CRJU 203 Problems of Corrections
  • CRJU/LEST 301 Introduction to Legal Studies
  • CRJU 311 Capital Punishment and the Law
  • CRJU 320 Introduction to Criminal Law  #
  • CRJU/HIST 324 American Constitutional History
  • CRJU 345 Sociology of Law
  • CRJU 346 Psychology and the Law
    (same as PSYC 346)
  • CRJU/SOCI 367 (some sections may qualify)
  • CRJU 375 Criminal Procedure  #
  • CRJU 425 Criminal Law and Social Policy
  • CRJU/SOCI 428 Corporate Crime
  • CRJU 435 Punishing Speech
  • CRJU 446 Judging the Jury *
  • CRJU 450 Prisoners and the Law
  • CRJU/SOCI 456 Lawyers and Society
  • CRJU 457 Criminal Evidence
  • CRJU/LEST 475 Social Science and the Law *

Economics

  • ECON/POSC 306 Economic Theories of Politics
  • ECON 360 Government Regulation of Business
  • ECON/LEST 408 Economics of Law *
  • ECON 461 Industrial Organization and Antitrust Policy
  • ECON 463 Economics of Regulation

Education

  • EDUC 240 Professional Issues:
    Philosophical and Legal Perspectives

Finance

  • FINC 418 Seminar in Corporate Governance*

Food and Resource Economics

  • FREC/LEST 450 Topics in Environmental Law *

Health Nutrition & Exercise Sciences

  • HESC 347 Legal Aspects of Sport Management

History

  • HIST 309 U.S. Business and Political Economy
  • HIST/CRJU 324 American Constitutional History
  • HIST 479 Law and Social Change in Modern Japan

 

Legal Studies

  • LEST 210 The Law and You
  • LEST/CRJU 301 Introduction to Legal Studies
  • LEST/COMM 345 Legal Issues of the Mass Media
  • LEST/POSC 380 Introduction to Law
  • LEST/LING 383 Language, Power and the Law
  • LEST/LING 385 Language and Law: Court Interpretation
  • LEST 401 Senior Seminar in Legal Studies
  • LEST/ECON 408 Economics of Law *
  • LEST/FREC 450 Topics in Environmental Law *
  • LEST 466 Independent Study
  • LEST/CRJU 475 Social Science and the Law *
  • LEST/UAPP 646 Administrative Law and Policy
  • LEST/UAPP 649 Civil Rights Law and Policy *
  • LEST 673/MAST 673 International Law *

Linguistics

  • LING/LEST 383 Language, Power and the Law
  • LING/LEST 385 Language and Law: Court Interpretation

Marine Studies

  • MAST/LEST 673 International Law  *
    (same as POSC 604)
  • MAST 674 Legal Aspects of the Coastal Zone *
  • MAST/UAPP 678 Admiralty and Maritime Law

Philosophy

  • PHIL 446 Philosophy of Law

  • PHIL 367-011 Philosophy of U.S. Constitution

Political Science/International Relations

  • POSC 306 Economic Theories of Politics
    (same as ECON 306)
  • POSC/LEST 380 Introduction to Law
  • POSC 401 Topics in Constitutional Law #
  • POSC 402 Civil Liberties: Individual Freedom #
  • POSC 403 Civil Liberties: Equal Protection #
  • POSC 404 Judicial Process
  • POSC 405 Constitutional Law of the United States #
  • POSC 423 Congress and Public Policy
  • POSC 604 International Law (same as MAST 673) *
  • POSC 805 Seminar in Public Law: *
    Law and Courts in the Global Order

Psychology

  • PSYC 346 Psychology and the Law

Sociology

  • SOCI 330 Population, Law and Society
  • SOCI 345 Sociology of Law
  • SOCI/CRJU 367 (some sections may qualify)
  • SOCI 428 Corporate Crime
  • SOCI 456 Lawyers and Society *
  • SOCI 637 Law & Society in Historical Perspective
  • SOCI 655 Law and Society *
  • SOCI 658 Social Science, Law & the Legal Process *

Urban Affairs & Public Policy

  • UAPP/LEST 646 Administrative Law and Policy
  • UAPP/LEST 649 Civil Rights Law and Policy *
  • UAPP 678 Admiralty and Maritime Law
    (same as MAST/POSC 678)

                                                        

*   these courses typically qualify as substitutes for LEST 401; other may as well. All substitutions must be approved by the Director of Legal Studies.
#   only these courses count as substantive law courses.

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