Legal Studies Minor


Chair, Department of Political Science and International Studies
Carroll Building
(912) 478-5698


Credit Hours
POLS   3139Constitutional Law: Civil Liberties and Civil Rights3
POLS   3532Political and Social Aspects of Law3
Select any four of the following:12
Legal Iss In Hlth Care Environ
Judicial Politics
Constitutional Law: Government Powers
Philosophy of Law
Human Rights in International Relations
Language and Law
Gender and the Law
Introduction to United Nations
International Law and Diplomacy
International Organizations
Environmental Laws and Regulations
Legal Reasoning and Writing
Immigration Law and Policy
Comparative Judicial Systems
Theories Of Justice
Total Credit Hours18

Program Requirements

All department majors must earn a C or better in all courses required in the program, including courses used to complete Area F in the core and Related Field Courses. All majors are required to take an exit examination (the Major Field Test for their respective field) prior to graduation. All courses in the minor also require a C or better.