Legal Studies program in Indiana Ethics Bowl

Legal Studies Minor

Prepare for a Career in Law

Do you have an interest in law? Are you passionate about advocating for or debating others? Can you form creative and indisputable arguments? If so, consider adding a Legal Studies minor to your degree. Pairing well with any major, Taylor’s Legal Studies minor prepares students for law school and, eventually, for a career as a lawyer, judge, police officer, etc.

Classes in the Legal Studies minor cover a wide range of topics, including principles of legal analysis, legal thought, constitutional law, business law, and international law and justice. Taylor's dedicated faculty teach all classes from a Christian worldview perspective, equipping you with a strong foundation for any future career. If you’re ready to take the first steps toward a law-related career, the Legal Studies minor may be the place to start.

Legal Studies Curriculum & Degree Options

Students interested in course descriptions and academic policies can check out our Undergraduate Catalog here.

Contact the History, Global & Political Studies Department

Dr. Kevin Johnson, Chair of the Department of History, Global & Political Studies

Desirae Crouch, History, Global & Political Studies Program Assistant