Legal Reasoning and Analysis Courses



Logic

• Philosophy 1306: Introduction to Logic

• Philosophy 1307: Critical Thinking

• Philosophy 4345: Intermediate Logic


Analytical Reasoning

• Accounting 2301: Survey of Accounting

• Economics 1305: Survey of Economic Principles for Non-Business Majors

• Economics 1380: Introduction to Economic Analysis and Policy

• Economics 2306: Principles of Microeconomics

• Statistics 1380: Elementary Statistics

• Statistics 2381: Introductory Statistical Method

• Statistics 3381: Probability and Statistics

• Sociology 3402: Social Statistics


Critical Reasoning and Problem Solving

• ANTH 4305: Anthropological Theory

• Classics 3301: Roman Civilization

• Classics 3302: Greek Civilization

• Classics 3380: Classical Mythology

• Computer Science 3305: Computational Strategies for Collaborative Problem Solving

• Communication and Speech Studies 4394: Rhetorical Theory

• Economics 4317: The Economics of Regulation

• Economics 4319: Game Theory

• English 3371: History of Critical Theory

• English 4384: Contemporary Critical Theory

• Environmental Science 2376: Environment and Society

• Environmental Science 3300: Environmental Policy

• Great Texts 3343: Great Texts in Leadership

• Great Texts4351 Confession and Autobiography

• History 4338: Cultural and Intellectual History of Europe through the Seventeenth Century

• History 4339: Cultural and Intellectual History of Modern Europe

• Linguistics 4302: Semantics and Pragmatics

• Philosophy 4311: Epistemology

• Philosophy 4342: Contemporary American Philosophy

• Philosophy 4345: Intermediate Logic

• Philosophy 4353: Philosophy of Language

• Philosophy 4360: Contemporary Ethical Theory

• Philosophy 4361: Social Philosophy

• Political Science 3363: Western Political Thought: Classical and Medieval

• Political Science 3373: Western Political Thought: Modern

• Political Science 4365: International Political Economy

• Political Science 4373: Special Topics in Political Philosophy

• Political Science 4395: Terrorism

• Religion 4395: Bioethics

• Sociology 4391: Social Theory


Writing and Editing

• English 3302: Modern English Grammar

• English 3303: Advanced Expository Writing

• English 3305: Language in Society

• English 3310: Intro to Language and Linguistics

• English 4309: Advanced Argumentative and Persuasive Writing

• English 4375: Special Topics in Writing

• English 4V19: Independent Study in Writing

• Journalism 3372: Writing for Media Markets

• Philosophy 4319: Philosophical Writing, Research, and Oral Presentation

• Any 3000 or 4000 level class in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Spanish, or Russian.


Oral Communication

• Communication and Speech Studies 1304: Argument, Debate and Discussion

• Communication and Speech Studies 3302: Introduction to Rhetorical Theory and Criticism

• Communication and Speech Studies 3307: Legal Communication

• Communication and Speech Studies 3316: Persuasion and Communication

• History 2V89: Model Organization of American States

• History 4V89: Advanced Model Organization of American States

• Management 4320: Negotiation and Conflict Resolution

• Middle Eastern Studies: 4V01 Model Arab League

• Political Science 3311: Moot Court

• Political Science 3375: Model United Nations

• Any 3000 or 4000 level class in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Spanish, or Russian.


Research

• Anthropology 4362: Applied Anthropology

• Environmental Science 3303 Directed Reading in Environmental Studies

• Environmental Science 4V90: Advanced Topics in Environmental Law

• History 4340: Special Topics in History

• History 4348: Reading Course in European History

• History 4398: Reading Course in American History

• Latin American Studies 4390: Advanced Reading and Research in Latin American Studies

• Linguistics 4V20: Independent Study in Linguistics

• Philosophy 4V99: Special Topics in Philosophy

• Political Science 3301: Scope and Methods of Political Science

• Political Science 4390: Reading Course in Political Science

• Sociology 4303: Applied Sociology

• Sociology 4381: Methods of Social Research

• Sociology 4V70: Special Topics in Sociology


Background Knowledge and Exposure to Law

• Business Law 3305: Legal Environment of Business

• Business Law 4303: Employment Law

• Business Law 4310: Cyberlaw

• Business Law 4320: International Business Law

• Business Law 4325: Legal Aspects of Financial and Commercial Transactions

• Economics 4318: Law and Economics

• Economics 4322: Forensic Economics

• Environmental Science/ Political Science 4307: Environmental Law

• Forensics 3340: Expert Witness Testimony

• History 4363: American Revolution and the Constitution

• History 4375: The American Civil Rights Movement

• Journalism 4380: Law and Ethics of Journalism

• Philosophy 2301: Law, Science and Society

• Philosophy 3318: Philosophy and Constitutional Issues

• Philosophy 4318: Philosophy of Law

• Political Science 3321: Criminal Law

• Political Science 3339: Law and Religion in the United States

• Political Science 3353: American Political Thought

• Political Science 3372: Law, Justice and the Community

• Political Science 3392: Washington Internship

• Political Science 3398: Bob Bullock Internship

• Political Science 4305: International Law

• Political Science 4321: Administrative Law

• Political Science 4342: Public Policy and the Courts

• Political Science 4361: American Constitutional Law

• Political Science 4381: American Constitutional Law

• Political Science 4383: Contemporary Political Thought

• Political Science 4375: International Organizations

• Psychology 3380 Forensic Psychology

• Sociology 3360: Juvenile Delinquency

• Sociology 4335: Sociology of Law

• Sociology 4352: Criminology


Commitment to Justice

• Communication Studies 4336: Rhetoric of Women’s Rights

• Economics 3355: Introduction to the Economics of Poverty and Discrimination

• History 4375: American Civil Rights Movement

• Philosophy 3301: Moral Philosophy

• Sociology 3331: Sociology of Race & Ethnicity

• Sociology 4322: Social Inequality

• Social Work 4315: Foundations for Social Justice

• Social Work 4317: Human Trafficking

• Teacher Education 3341: Social Issues in Education