Take Your Education Further in Law.
Ask a group of lawyers what they major they pursued in college, and you'll realize there's no one path to pursuing a law degree. The American Bar Association will tell you that successful law students (and accomplished attorneys) come from all walks of life and educational backgrounds.
There is no single set of courses or exclusive list of degrees that will get you into law school, but whatever program you pursue, the general rule thumb is “to fill your undergraduate curriculum with broad, diverse, and challenging courses.” And that makes a polytechnic education the perfect fit!
Develop the Core Competencies to Succeed in Law School.
Among the knowledge, skills and experiences that law schools generally look for (in addition to your LSAC scores), you'll note many on the list align directly with the competencies you'll build in our Stout Core classes—problem solving, critical thinking, writing and editing, oral communication and listening, research, etc.