Although you may select a major in any subject, we recommend that all pre-law students take elective courses in English, philosophy, political science, economics, history and mathematics. We encourage you to take one of the law-related courses in our curriculum as early as possible to test your genuine interest in the field. The Logic and Critical Reasoning course offered in the philosophy department provides a solid foundation for beginning LSAT preparation. The following is a sampling of law-related courses in our curriculum:
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Wittenberg professors serve as academic advisors and will help you choose the best major and courses to meet your academic and career goals. We recommend that you meet with Wittenberg's pre-law advisor to learn more about the academic courses and co-curricular experiences that will best prepare you for law school and your career as a lawyer.