Dec 14, 2019  
Undergraduate Academic Catalog 2017 - 2018 
    
Undergraduate Academic Catalog 2017 - 2018 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Pre-Law B.A.


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Program Director: Bret Kincaid, Ph.D.

Overview

The pre-law major equips prospective lawyers to be knowledgeable about the legal system in the United States, understanding of alternative approaches to conflict resolution and the pursuit of justice and prepared to pursue a value-based career in a law-related area. It does so through a program of study that is interdisciplinary in approach, historical and contemporary in perspective and informed by a Christian/Anabaptist worldview. Upon completion of the major, students will be prepared to seek employment or pursue advanced study and be able to provide service to society reflective of the values expressed in the Fresno Pacific Idea.

Program Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Outline and explain the core ingredients of the American legal and criminal justice systems, and the history and political system, which influence them.
  2. Develop critical values for a value-based career in a law-related field.
  3. Differentiate the varied forms of conflict resolution and understandings of justice.
  4. Be able to analyze information and communicate ideas effectively in both written and oral form.

Locations Offered

Main Campus Fresno

Required Courses (14 Courses, 42-44 Units)


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