Minor in Legal Studies

With a Minor in Legal Studies at KSU, you will engage in coursework that covers the design and structures of the United States court system, trial and appellate legal process, and Constitutional law basics. In addition, you will get to choose to focus on legal studies in practices like negotiation, media law, legal research, criminal law, law and gender and more. 

For more information on specific classes, see our Legal Studies Minor information in the KSU Undergraduate Catalog.


KSU legal studies students in the classroom

Program Snapshot

Required Courses: 3 Credit Hours
POLS 3300: U.S. Constitution and Courts

Select four of the following (12 Credit Hours)

  • BLAW 3400: Negotiation
  • BLAW 4100: Advanced Business Law
  • JOUR 4470: Media Law
  • POLS 3315: American Constitutional Law: Federalism
  • POLS 3320: Legal Research
  • POLS 4405: Comparative Legal Systems
  • POLS 4410: American Legal System
  • POLS 4411: Criminal Law
  • POLS 4415: Civil Liberties
  • POLS 4416: Law and Gender
  • POLS 4420: Judicial Process
  • POLS 4466: Trial Procedure and Evidence
  • POLS 4470: Alternative Dispute Resolution

Total Number of Credit Hours: 15


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