These are the prerequisites for the Old Plan.
If you are not yet declared or are planning to declare soon, please refer to the prereqs for the New Plan. Students must now follow requirements for and declare under the New Plan.
Students must take one course from each of the following four categories.
All courses taken for the major must be taken for a letter grade.
NOTE: Prerequisites may be taken at a community college during the summer. Check on ASSIST.org under Legal Studies for courses that articulate
NOTE: Prereqs cannot be fulfilled while studying abroad.
NOTE: AP courses with a score of 3 or higher may be used to fulfill prereqs.
NOTE: IB credit may be used to fulfill prereqs with a score of 5 or higher.
2 Introduction to Statistics
20 Introduction to Probability and Statistics
21 Introduction to Probability and Statistics for Business
25 Introduction to Probability and Statistics for Engineers
101 Introduction to the Theory of Probability
102 Introduction to the Theory of Statistics
1 Introduction to Economics
2 Introduction to Economics – Lecture Format
100A Economic Analysis
101A Economic Theory
2 Individual Morality and Social Justice
3 The Nature of the Mind
4 Knowledge and Its Limits
12A or 12B Introduction to Logic
25A or 25B Ancient/Modern Philosophy
104 Ethical Theories*
132 Nature of the Mind
Classics 36 Greek Philosophy
4A or 4B The Ancient Mediterranean World, Medieval Europe
5 European Civilization (Renaissance to the present)
155A or 155B Medieval Europe
157 The Renaissance and the Reformation
158A or 158B or 158C Modern Europe
164A or 164B Modern European Intellectual History
L&S/UGIS R44 Topics in Western Civilization (formerly UGIS 44A/B/C)
* Philosophy 104 can also be used to fulfill the upper division requirements in the major. Students may use this class to fulfill either requirement, but not both.