College of Arts and Humanities

Pre-Law
Minor

Pre-Law
Minor

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This concentrated minor targets the skills and knowledge essential for LSAT proficiency and success in a legal career. The American Bar Association recommends that candidates interested in law school should develop the ability to think critically, challenge your beliefs, improve your tolerance for uncertainty, structure and evaluate arguments, read critically, communicate effectively both verbal and written, listen actively, debating, and research. The course included in this minor hone these skills. The 18-hour credit structure complements any major, allowing nearly any Lindenwood student to complete this focused intellectual training without delaying graduation.