Law-Related Courses Available for J-Term & Spring 2018

Melvin Walker – October 24th, 2017

Looking at courses for courses related to your interest in law during the winter or spring 2018 semesters? Consider checking out the courses below!

Looking for other ways to get involved and gain exposure to the legal field? Check out these tips!

J-Term 2018

ENSP 1600: Public Speaking

GSGS 3365: Conscious Social Change

HIST 4591: Why Did They Kill? Interpreting Genocide and its Perpetrators

MDST 3559: LA Media Industries

PLAP 3500: Contemporary Issues Under the First Amendment

PLIR 3500: Counterfactuals and Conflict

PSYC 4559: Criminal Minds - The Science of Forensic Psychology

SOC 2500: Hack the City - Human Ecology & Civic Design in an Urban Age

WGS 4800: Gender-Based Violence

 

Spring 2018

AAS 3500-008: Intermediate Seminar: Black Women & Mass Incarceration

COMM 3410: Commercial Law I

COMM 3420: Commercial Law II

ECON 3559: Political Law, Econ, and Experiment

ECON 4200: Antitrust Policy

EDHS 1120: So You Want to Change the World - Foundations of Community Engagement

EDHS 2950: Advocating for Youth - Making Your Ideas Matter

EDHS 3055: Development and Prevention of Youth Violence

EDHS 3100: Media Socialization, Racial Stereotypes, and Black Adolescent Identity

EDLF 3250: Intro to Citizenship & Activities - Critical Exam of Jefferson's University

EDLF 3610: Immigrant Youth and Families

EDLF 4610: Civil Rights Movement and Education

ENWR 2520: Public Speaking

ENWR 2700: News Writing

ENWR 3900: Career-Based Writing and Rhetoric

HIEU 3695: The Holocuast and the Law

HIUS 3753: The History of Modern American Law

PHIL 1410: Forms of Reasoning

PHIL 1740: Issues of Life and Death

PLAP 3820: Civil Liberties and Civil Rights

PLIR 3060: Military Force in International Relations

PLIR 3310: Ethics and Human Rights in World Politics

PPOL 3295: Global Humanitarian Crises: Dilemmas, Leadership, and Action

PPOL 3450: Resilient Leadership for Teams and Teammates

PSYC 4559-003: Children's Law

RELG 2630: Business, Ethics, and Society

SOC 1010: Introductory Sociology

SOC 2052: Sociology of the Family

SOC 2220: Social Problems

SOC 2230: Criminology

SOC 2595: Immigration & Society

SOC 2630: Environment & Society

SOC 3410: Race and Ethnic Relations

SOC 4559-002: Race, Crime and Punishment