Just like the field itself, Lawrence Tech's pre-law program is designed to challenge you from day one. Beginning your freshman year, you will be exposed to the tools needed to develop your ability to think critically and express yourself clearly and convincingly - skills that can help you succeed both in the classroom and in the courtroom. Lawrence Tech's pre-law program places emphasis on mathematics, natural science, and the humanities. Students who major in mathematics, humanities, English, engineering, or the physical sciences traditionally do well on law school admission exams, and distinguish themselves in their professional careers. In addition to a superior education, you'll gain a competitive edge by incorporating the latest advanced technologies into your studies - an excellent way to prepare you for fields such as corporate law or intellectual property (including patent law, trade secret law, etc.).
Why Lawrence Tech's Pre-Professional Programs?
Designed to help you in your quest to meet challenging admissions requirements, Lawrence Tech's pre-professional programs in law, medicine, and dentistry allow you to gain in-depth knowledge in your chosen area of study, as well as a strong general education. The University's core curriculum provides rigorous training in science, technology, and the liberal arts. You will also learn critical thinking and communication skills, as well as the ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
Students from Lawrence Tech's pre-professional programs have gone on to become successful attorneys, judges, physicians, pharmacists, dentists, and professionals in a number of related fields. Whichever path you choose, the Lawrence Tech experience can give you the foundation for the well-informed and sophisticated thinking you need to succeed in an increasingly scientific and multicultural environment.
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"The courses and professors at Lawrence Tech provided me with a solid background in the writing and analytical skills needed to succeed in law school. In particular, the core curriculum of literature, communications, and philosophy courses created a strong foundation for the assignments I encountered in law school."
- Karen Liska Evans, JD, BSHu'03; attended Wayne State University Law School
For more information, please visit the web site of the Department of Humanities, Social Science, and Communication