3 + 3 Year Plan B.A. with Major in Philosophy and Religious Studies: Pre-Law Concentration

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman Year
First SemesterCredits
PHIL 110 Forward or Delete? An Introduction to Logic 3
ENGL 110 College Composition I 3
Electives/Essential Studies 9
 Credits15
Second Semester
PHIL 130 Introduction to Political Philosophy 3
ENGL 130 Composition II: Writing for Public Audiences 3
Electives/Essential Studies 9
 Credits15
Sophomore Year
First Semester
Select ONE of the following courses:  
PHIL 120
Introduction to Ethics
or American Philosophy
or Philosophy of Race & Postcolonialism
or Contemporary European Philosophy
or Advanced Ethics
or Social and Political Philosophy
or Feminist Philosophy
or Philosophy, Economics, and Politics
or Current Topics in Political Philosophy
3
Select another ONE of the following courses:  
PHIL 120
Introduction to Ethics
or American Philosophy
or Philosophy of Race & Postcolonialism
or Contemporary European Philosophy
or Advanced Ethics
or Social and Political Philosophy
or Feminist Philosophy
or Philosophy, Economics, and Politics
or Current Topics in Political Philosophy
3
Electives/Essential Studies 9
 Credits15
Second Semester
PHIL 371 Philosophy of Law 3
Select ONE from the following courses:  
PHIL 120
Introduction to Ethics
or American Philosophy
or Philosophy of Race & Postcolonialism
or Contemporary European Philosophy
or Advanced Ethics
or Social and Political Philosophy
or Feminist Philosophy
or Philosophy, Economics, and Politics
or Current Topics in Political Philosophy
3
PHIL/RELS ELECTIVES 3
Electives/Essential Studies 6
 Credits15
Junior Year
First Semester
Select ONE of the following courses:  
PHIL 120
Introduction to Ethics
or Introduction to Ethics
or American Philosophy
or Philosophy of Race & Postcolonialism
or Contemporary European Philosophy
or Advanced Ethics
or Social and Political Philosophy
or Feminist Philosophy
or Philosophy, Economics, and Politics
or Current Topics in Political Philosophy
3
Select another ONE of the following courses:  
PHIL 120
Introduction to Ethics
or American Philosophy
or Philosophy of Race & Postcolonialism
or Contemporary European Philosophy
or Advanced Ethics
or Social and Political Philosophy
or Feminist Philosophy
or Philosophy, Economics, and Politics
or Current Topics in Political Philosophy
3
PHIL/RELS ELECTIVES 3
Electives/Essential Studies 6
Students take the LSAT during fall semester of junior year  
 Credits15
Second Semester
PHIL 480 Public Philosophy 3
Select ONE of the following courses:  
PHIL 120
Introduction to Ethics
or Introduction to Ethics
or American Philosophy
or Philosophy of Race & Postcolonialism
or Contemporary European Philosophy
or Advanced Ethics
or Social and Political Philosophy
or Feminist Philosophy
or Philosophy, Economics, and Politics
or Current Topics in Political Philosophy
3
Electives/Essential Studies 9
Students apply to UND law school during spring semester of junior year: If accepted follow rest of plan  
 Credits15
Senior Year
First Semester
FIRST YEAR OF LAW SCHOOL 30 credits completed during the first year of Law School will count toward completion of the BA degree  
Contracts I 2
Property 4
Torts I 3
Civil Procedure 4
Lawyering Skills I 3
 Credits16
Second Semester
Contracts II 3
Torts II 2
Professional Foundations 2
Constitutional Law I 3
Criminal Law 3
Lawyering Skills II 2
 Credits15
 Total Credits121

This plan is meant for students who intend to apply to Law School. Acceptance to the UND Law School is NOT guaranteed and is based on UND Law School admission criteria. Students may still complete the major and earn the BA under another plan if they do not gain admission to the Law School. 

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