The pre-law track of the Honors Arts and Letters degree is designed to provide students a broad academic background to better prepare them for the rigor of law school. The flexibility of the pre-law track also provides students the ability to pursue coursework within their future practice areas, such as environmental sciences or criminal justice.
Possible courses include:
- POLS 3353: Constitutional Law—Limitations
- POLS 3351: The Judicial Process
- HIST 4324: Courts and Capitalism
- SOC 3337: Inequality in America
- HONS 4301: Honors Law Seminar taught by a Law School Professor (including Constitutional Law, Torts Law, Contracts Law, and others)
- View the full list of approved track courses here.
The concentration also has exceptional opportunities, including:
- Seminar courses cross-listed with the Texas Tech School of Law taught by law school professors
- Early acceptance and attendance at the Texas Tech School of Law upon completion of three years of undergraduate study
- Undergraduate research with award-winning faculty
- Study abroad opportunities and scholarship funding from the Honors College