The Interdisciplinary Major of Humanities and Justice
Humanities and Justice
- 1. Educational Objective
- The objective of this major is to enhance humanistic sensibilities and to develop legal and social scientific knowledge needed to enter law school, and practice law professionally.
- 2. Careers and Strengths
• By providing opportunities to explore the correlations between law, society and culture, the program helps students develop the basic knowledge required for a jurist.
• Choosing from among the courses offered in the College of Liberal Arts, program participants can take a systematic approach to acquiring the fundamentals for a better understanding of the judicial process.
• Learning how to think and express oneself in a logical way allows program participants to build an intellectual foundation not only for law but for all fields.
• Program participants are offered a chance to take humanities courses through which they can improve their judgment, a requirement for legal professionals.
- 3. Degree
- Bachelor of Arts and Social Science
- 4. Program Completion Requirements
1) A minimum of 36 credits must be earned for program completion.
2) A minimum of 6 credits must be earned in compulsory courses.
3) Major elective courses should be taken in accordance with the following:
A minimum of 12 credits from major elective courses in Section A (Understanding of Humanity)
A minimum of 9 credits from major elective courses in Section B (Understanding of Law)
A minimum of 9 credits from major elective courses in Section C (Understanding of Society)
4) Up to 6 credits earned from first major courses may be approved.