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Intent to Complete Area of Concentration Form
Baylor students are permitted (but not required) to concentrate their studies on a particular field of interest. Students who choose to complete one of six formally recognized concentrated courses of study receive a designation on their transcript in recognition of their achievement. Detailed information pertaining to the specific areas of concentration is available in the Changing Expectations and the Transition from First Year to Upper Level Classes documents which are available on the Degree Planning page of this website.

Students who elect to pursue an Area of Concentration should complete and submit an Intent to Complete Area of Concentration Form to the Law School registrar at their earliest convenience.

Intent to Complete Area of Concentration Form (Word Doc)

Intent to Complete Area of Concentration Form (PDF)

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    Upper Level Exam Period Begins

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    First Year Exams Period Ends

August 1

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