law and the liberal arts (PRE-LAW) curriculum

The following text is taken from The University of Findlay's undergraduate catalog.
 
Law and the liberal arts is a pre-law program developed in conjunction with the nine Ohio law schools. The program is intended to stand as both an independent major within the College of Liberal Arts and as a preparatory program for those interested in law school. The program is a chartered member of the Consortium for Undergraduate Legal Programs. Founders of the program (Paul Chwialkowski and Mark Polelle) both have J.D. and Ph.D. degrees and are members of the Midwest Association of Pre-Law Advisers.

A major in law and the liberal arts (pre-law) includes PLAW 100, 230, 420; POLS 110, 365; HIST 150, 220, 221, 325; POLS 350 or PHIL 333; and PHIL 380. In addition, students are required to complete nine elective hours from the following: BUAD 310, PBAD 305, 350, PLAW 328, 390 (course may be repeated if topic is different), or 490 (course may be repeated if topic is different).

A minor in law and the liberal arts (pre-law) includes PLAW 100, 230, 390; HIST 325; POLS 335, 365.