The Pre-Law Curriculum at Neumann University has been developed
in accordance with standards established by the Association of American
Law Schools which recommends that prospective law students have a comprehensive
liberal arts background. In accordance with these recommendations, Neumann
University has created a sequence of courses which represents a sound preparation
for the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) and the study of law.
The Universitys Pre-Law Curriculum has been carefully designed to provide fundamental information about human institutions and the values to which they subscribe. Students develop strong oral and written communication skills as well as the ability to think creatively, analytically, and critically with thoroughness, accuracy, and independence.
Any student who intends to pursue this program may choose from a variety of academic majors, such as English, Political Science, or Psychology. Students wishing to include a Pre-Law focus with their declared academic major must consult with the faculty member coordinating the program for advice on course selection and information pertaining to the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). In order for students who are following the Pre-Law Curriculum to receive a baccalaureate degree and secure letters of recommendation to law school, they must successfully
fulfill all general and specific degree requirements of Neumann University as well as the specific requirements of their chosen academic major.
For additional program information, please click HERE.