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Courses Relevant to Pre-Law:

UNO offers a variety of courses that are relevant to the study of law. These course will either assist in building students' skills or will introduce students to new areas of the law.

 

Skills Courses
Legal Topics Courses
  • Argumentation and Debate – SPCH 1120
  • Persuasive Speaking – SPCH 3120
  • Critical Reasoning – Phil 1210
  • Symbolic Logic – Phil 2010
  • Introduction to American National Government – PSCI 1100
  • Interest Groups – PSCI 3170
  • Microeconomics – ECON 2200
  • Macroeconomics – ECON 2220
  • Advanced Composition – ENGL 2400
  • Criminal Court System - CRCJ 2110
  • Criminal Procedure - CRCJ 3510
  • Legal and Ethical Applications - LAWS 3940
  • Introduction to Law - PSCI 2180
  • Constitutional Law: Foundations – PSCI 4170
  • Constitutional Law: The Federal System – PSCI 4180
  • Constitutional Law: Civil Liberties – PSCI 4140
  • The Judicial Process – PSCI 4050
  • Law and the Courts: Mock Trial – PSCI 4150
  • Law and the Courts: Mock Trial Practicum – PSCI 4160
  • Contemporary Moral Problems – PHIL 1020
  • Philosophy of Justice – PHIL 3010
  • U.S. Constitutional History of 1860 – HIST 4430
  • U.S. Constitutional History since 1860 – HIST 4340
  • Anglo-American Legal History – HIST 4600
  • Law in the Black Community – BLST 1220
  • Communications Law – JOUR 4410
  • Theories of the First Amendment: Free Speech and Press – JOUR 4420
  • Introduction to Environmental Law and Regulation – GEOG 4820/BIOL 4820/PA 4820
  • Law, Family, and Public Policy – SOC 4500
  • Criminal Law - CRCJ 3310
  • Real Estate Law - LAWS 3460
  • Business Law Fundamentals - LAWS 3930
  • Legal Issues in Management - LAWS 4220
  • Seminar on Business Law - LAWS 4910
  • International Business Law - LAWS 4930
  • Administrative Law - PA 4600
  • Municipal Law - PA 4610
  • Social Work - SOWK 4800
  • Aviation Law AVN 3150