Law and Society Minor

Requirements

Eighteen credits including:

One of the following3
American Political System
Deviance & Social Control
Fifteen credits from the following to include three credits at the 200-level15
Business Law I
Business Law II
Consumer Law and Policy
Law and Economics
Gender and Law
Ancient Law
Topics in Diplomatic History
Philosophy of Law
American Political System
Law & Politics
Constitutional Law:Gov Powers
D1:Const Law:Civil Rights Amer
Const Law: Civil Liberties
Topics in Law
Constitutional Law II
Gender and Law
Law & Public Policy
Deviance & Social Control
D2: Global Deviance
Sociology of Punishment
Crime
Race, Crime & Criminal Just
Delinquency
Criminal Justice
Corrections
Sociology of Law

Restrictions

Ineligible Minors: Political Science

Only three credits of internship may count toward the eighteen credits required for the minor and such courses must receive a letter grade.

Only three credits of Readings and Research or three credits of Honors Thesis credits may count toward the eighteen credits required for the minor and such courses must receive a letter grade.

Neither Readings and Research courses nor Honors Thesis Courses may substitute for the required 200-level seminar.

Only one course that counts toward this minor may also count toward a student’s major or minor.

A maximum of nine credits from any one department or program may count toward the eighteen credits required for the minor.

A maximum of six credits from the student’s major department may count toward the eighteen credits required for the minor.

At least nine of the eighteen credits counted toward this minor must be taken at the University of Vermont.

Other Information

Student schedules for the minor will vary, but in many instances SOC 014 or POLS 021 will be likely prerequisites for completing the minor.