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Are you passionate about advocating for or debating with 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 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 is the place to start.
Put philosophical knowledge into action with the Taylor Ethics Bowl team as they attend competitions to debate culturally relevant ethical topics. Our team has reached nationals every year since 2010, taking first place in 2015.Learn More
Students interested in course descriptions and academic policies can check out our Undergraduate Catalog.
A Taylor liberal arts education will prepare you to live and work in a fast-changing world. It also goes a step further: laying a strong spiritual foundation that cultivates wisdom. You’ll become a well-versed individual, equipped with critical thinking skills, a lifelong love of learning, and an appreciation for God’s creation.
Nov 19, 2020
For Russell Balikian (’09), studying Political Science set his trajectory to becoming an administrative and constitutional law attorney.Read Article
Apr 01, 2020
Students earning degrees in History, Global & Political Studies are academically well-rounded and gain experience to serve as lawyers, government officials, and more.Read Article
Feb 15, 2019
Taylor University will host Appeals on Wheels on Tuesday, February 19, from 10–11:30 am in Alspaugh East and West in the Hodson Dining Commons. Taylor students are encouraged to attend, and the general public is also welcome.Read Article