Great Texts and Pre-Law
What does it take to succeed in law school? Above all else, one skill. This is the skill of reading, retaining, and applying texts to new situations. The best major at Baylor for cultivating and developing this particular skill is Great Texts.
If you are planning to apply to law school, you will want to take advantage of the Pre-Law and Great Texts track. You will want to take a sequence of courses in Great Texts that gives you the ideal preparation for law school.
To learn more about the possibilities, send a message to the GTX Pre-Law Advisor Scott Moore, Ph.D.
Requirements for a Concentration in Pre-Law
|Nine semester hours including the following:|
|GTX 3350 - Great Texts in Leadership|
|GTX 4351 - Confession and Autobiography|
|Select three semester hours from the following:|
|Any three semester hours of GTX|
|HIS 4375 - The American Civil Rights Movement|
|HIS 4395 - History of American Thought, 1630 - 1859|
|HIS 4396 - History of American Thought, 1859 to Present|
|PHI 3301 - Moral Philosophy|
|PHI 4318 - Philosophy of Law|
|PSC 3353 - American Political Thought|
|PSC 3363 - Western Political Thought: Classical and Medieval|
|PSC 3373 - Western Political Thought: Modern|
|PSC 4383 - Contemporary Political Thought|
|PWR 4309 - Undergraduate Research and Publication|
|REL 4393 - Environmental Ethics|
|REL 4395 - Bioethics|