Pre-Law Minor

Undergraduate Minor in Pre-Law Studies

Pre-Law programs at Colorado Christian University are designed to equip you with the skills and abilities needed to gain admittance into law school and pursue a career in the legal field. While students are not required to study in Pre-Law in order to attend law school, the undergraduate courses offered in the Pre-Law programs serve as appropriate prerequisites that prepare you for the study of law. Your choice of major will depend on the type of legal issues that most interest you as well as the academic subjects you find engaging. CCU strongly recommends that if your desire is to gain admittance into any law school, you become fully aware of the courses you may be required to take during your undergraduate experience.

Pre-Law Studies at CCU

Nowhere in society is there a greater need for Christians than in the fields of law and government. An education that steeps a person in the Christian worldview and focuses on the integration of faith, learning, and living provides an excellent background for those who want to move into the hundreds of careers that are available for those with a degree in law. All of those are careers that position you to have a significant impact upon society. Colorado Christian University is a great launching pad for you, and a career in law is a great way to enable you to maximize your impact on society.

What can you do with a minor in pre-law studies?

  • Corporate or private practice
  • Criminal prosecution and civil law
  • Estate planning
  • Legal aid services
  • Lobbying

Interesting Classes You Might Take

  • Business Law II
  • Appellate Advocacy and Moot Court
  • Constitutional Law

A minor offers a concentrated area of coursework to supplement your major field of study. It is designed to enhance the range of topics and knowledge for a well-rounded student. It can provide exposure to important concepts that help students prepare for a fast-paced workplace.

  • Financial Aid + Scholarships

    In the 2020-21 academic year, 99% of traditional undergraduate students received some form of financial aid, with over $23 million distributed in scholarships and grants.

  • Meet Your EC

    All prospective traditional undergraduates are provided with an Enrollment Counselor (EC) who will help guide you through every step of the admission process.