At Concordia, students can choose from a wide variety of liberal arts majors that will help them gain the skills and knowledge necessary for law school entrance and success. The coursework will help students develop analysis, problem-solving, critical reading, writing, oral communication, listening, task organization and management skills which are necessary for a law career. Students will develop knowledge of history, political thought, pre-calculus, finance, human behavior, social interaction, diverse cultures, international institutions and world events.
Pre-Law students work closely with an advisor who assists them in choosing courses that meet their interest and develop essential skills and knowledge. Pre-Law advisors will also help students apply for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) and advise him or her in the law school application process. Small class sizes and one-on-one relationships at Concordia allow faculty to know the skills and characteristics of students well enough to write letters of recommendation for law school entrance.