School of Arts and Sciences | Pre-Law
Ursuline's small, personalized setting is ideal for students interested in pre-law. Students who desire to enter law school after they complete the baccalaureate degree are advised to select a major with a strong liberal arts foundation. Ursuline College offers pre-law students choices from a variety of academic majors such as political science, history, English, sociology, philosophy and psychology. The chosen major is taken in concert with our core curriculum, the Ursuline Studies Program.
The major and the core curriculum, while focusing on content, also emphasize the importance of critical thinking, communications (writing, listening, speaking), values, and social responsibility. In addition to coursework, the Pre-Law Program also offers Law School Admission Test Preparation, special events and other opportunities and resources to help prepare the Pre-Law student for law school and life as a lawyer.
In sum, the Pre-Law Program at Ursuline College is not a major; rather it is a program that advises students on a major and other courses in preparation for a career in law. Pre-Law Fact Sheet