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Humanities and the Law (Pre-law)

The mission of the major in Humanities and the Law (Pre-Law) is to educate students in the humanities and in legal studies in order to prepare them for graduate school in law or to enter a career appropriate to an interdisciplinary, liberal arts education. This program is consistent with the core values adopted for the mission and purpose of the College (Vision 2014 Strategic Plan Strategy 1 and 4).

Humanities and the Law is Anderson University’s Pre-Law degree program. Students interested in attending law school can pursue any major, but Humanities and the Law is designed to give students experiences preparatory for a graduate education in law. This major, however, is more than a pre-professional program in law. It is also an inter-disciplinary course of study in the humanities. Students will receive an academic background which could be used in preparation for a career in government, charitable organizations, economic development or public service.