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Law Scholars must meet the following criteria:
Some of these courses may fit within major requirements while others will be in addition.
ECON 2130 Principles of Economics: Macro (Formerly ECON 271) ORECON 2110 Principle of Economics: Micro (Formerly ECON 272)
PLSC 2000 Introduction to American Politics (Formerly PLSC 200)PHIL 2600 Introduction to Logic (Formerly PHIL 260)
PLSC 2500 Introduction to Political Theory (Formerly PLSC 250) ORSOCL 3120 Sociological Theory (Formerly SOCL 307)
CRJS 2100 Law, Society and Justice (Formerly CRJS 210) ORPLSC 3190 Law, Politics and Society (Formerly PLSC 319)PLSC 3210 American Constitutional Law (Formerly PLSC 321) ORPLSC 3560 American Political Thought (Formerly PLSC 356)Seattle University complies with federal, state, and local laws, and regulations pertaining to civil rights and equal opportunity employment. The university does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, religion, age, marital status, Vietnam era veteran status, or sexual or political orientation. The university does not discriminate against persons who are handicapped or disabled and the university will make reasonable accommodation for such handicaps or disabilities, unless to do so would cause an undue hardship.