Prepare for Entry into a Law School
Thinking about pursuing a career in the legal world? Want to pursue graduate work in the law? Plan ahead with a Pre-Law Track of relevant courses from Post University. Our Pre-Law Track is specifically designed to help you prepare for law school—both for applying and taking courses there.
Post University’s Pre-Law Track is perfect for students in any major who wish to prepare for law school and pursue a legal career. However, legal studies students will need to begin these pre-law courses in their freshman year in order to complete the track in its entirety. Students in majors other than legal studies will be guided through the Pre-Law Track selectively via pre-law advising.
Pre-Law Track Highlights
While our Pre-Law Track is neither a degree program nor a concentration, it can go a long way toward helping you prepare for law school and achieving your ultimate legal career goals. This Pre-Law Track is specifically designed to give you the foundational knowledge you need to help you succeed in law school. It offers a variety of pre-law courses, including but not limited to the following classes:
- Introduction to Law
- Civil Litigation
- Real Estate Law and Practice
- Estate Administration and Probate Practice
- Legal Research
- Family Law and Practice
- E-commerce: The Legal Context
- Constitutional Law
- United States History I and II
- Legal Ethics
For full course descriptions, please refer to the University Catalog for the current Academic Year.
Post University’s pre-law advisor, the Program Chair of Legal Studies, will help you design a course plan that meets your needs and discuss internships that can help you succeed in your chosen profession. At Post University, we take a personal interest in your goals and will be there to support you throughout your educational journey—from enrollment through graduation.
Begin your path to a career in one of the many law related fields with coursework from this Pre-Law Track. Call 800.660.6615 today to enroll in the Pre-Law Track of your choice.
The University reserves the right to change or update the curriculum at any time. The University will notify students of any changes officially through the website.
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