LAW, POLITICS AND SOCIETY MINOR


 

Required for the Minor

The Minor in Law, Politics & Society consists of 18 units, including POSC 375 – Law, Politics & Society as the required course. The remaining 15 units are to be taken from the coursework below. Students must take at least one course from three different departments and may take no more than three courses from any one department.

 Twelve units, of which at least six must be upper-division, must be distinct from the student’s major.

 

Required Course (3 Units)

  • POSC 375 Law, Politics & Society (3)

 

Electives (15 units)

Choose 15 units (five courses) from among the following courses:

  • Political Science
  • POSC 414 The Legislative Process (3)
  • POSC 472 The Judicial Process (Cross-Listed: Also Criminal Justice 472) (3)
  • POSC 473 Introduction to Constitutional Law (3)
  • POSC 474 Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (3)
  • POSC 475 Administrative Law (3)
  • POSC 476 International Law (3)
  • Criminal Justice
  • CRJU 330 Crime & Delinquency or CRJU413, Juvenile Delinquency (3)
  • CRJU 465 Law, Punishment and Justice (3)
  • CRJU 467 Philosophies of Punishment (3)
  • CRJU 472 The Judicial Process (Cross-Listed: Also Political Science 472) (3)
  • CRJU 485 Search, Seizure and Interrogation I (3)
  • CRJU 486 Search, Seizure and Interrogation II (3)
Further questions? please see a Political Science advisor

ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT 

  •  Chicano Studies
  • CHIC 360 Chicanos and the Law (3)
  • History
  • HIST 480 Development of American Law (3)
  • HIST 484 American Legal and Constitutional History (3)
  • Philosophy
  • PHIL 355 Philosophy of Law (3)
  • Psychology
  • PSYC 317 Legal Psychology (3)
  • Sociology
  • SOC 413 Juvenile Delinquency or CRJU330, Crime and Delinquency (3)
  • SOC 465 Law and Society (3)
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