Requirements for Law, Justice and Society Concentration
A total of six units is required for the concentration.
- LWJS 101, Introduction to Law, Justice, and Society (one unit). All students must take this gateway course for the concentration, unless exempted by the director of the concentration.
Four units, drawn from an approved list of courses, to be chosen in consultation with the director of the concentration. No more than two of the courses can be from the student’s major.
The approved courses include:
- 212 History of Sociological Thought
- 345 Race and Ethnicity
- 301 Studies in Free Speech
Economics and Management
- 353 Labor Law, Unions and Management
- 360 The Problem of Race in American Literature
- 363 Literary Theory
- 240 History of Women in the U.S., 1877-Present
- 300 Slave Societies of the Americas
- 107 Logic and Critical Reasoning
- 201 Ethics
- 202 Social Philosophy
- 206 Contemporary Moral Philosophy
- 335 Philosophical Issues in the Law
- 312 American Political Development
- 323 Introduction to American Constitutional Law
- 324 Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
- 242 Christian Ethics
Women’s and Gender Studies
- 360 Feminist Theory
- A program-related internship (one unit), to be approved by the director of the concentration.
For more information, contact the director of the concentration.