Lindenwood University offers a pre-law program that will prepare you to pursue a juris doctor degree at an accredited law school.
If you wish to attend law school, you can major in any undergraduate discipline. Law schools are interested in students who have a sound and broad general education. However, they seek students who are proficient at basic skills such as reading comprehension, critical thinking, writing competence, and oral communication.
You should take the following classes if you desire to enter law school:
ACCT 21010: Principles of Financial Accounting
ECON 23020: Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 23030: Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 23010: Survey of Economics
MGMT 26061: Business Law I
MGMT 36062: Business Law II
MGMT 46063: Business Law III
COM 10500: Group Dynamics and Effective Speaking
COM 11000: Fundamentals of Oral Communication
PHL 21500: Traditional Logic
PHL 35000: Philosophy of Law
PS 15500: American Government: The Nation
PS 30700: Public Affairs: Writing and Reporting
PS 31100: American Constitutional Law
PS 36000: Civil Liberties
PS 45000: Government Internship
SOC 31800/ANT 31800: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender: A Global Perspective
SOC 32100: Urban Sociology
SW 10000: Intercultural Communication
If you major in political science, public administration, or business administration, you can easily complete many of these classes along with your general education and respective degree requirements without exceeding the minimum 120 credit hours needed for graduation.