Jul 01, 2022  
Academic Catalog - Spring 2022 
    
Academic Catalog - Spring 2022 [ARCHIVED]

History (Pre-Law)


The major in History (Pre-Law) prepares students for a future in the legal profession. The program provides students with a basic knowledge of United States history and the development of America’s political and legal institutions. In addition, it teaches the skills identified by the American Bar Association’s Section on Legal Education as essential in the legal profession: analytical and problem-solving skills; critical reading abilities; writing skills; oral communication; and research skills. This curriculum is designed to equip students for a lifetime of Christian work and ministry in the legal profession. The core competencies of Spiritual Formation, Biblical Exposition, and Ministry Preparation are most directly addressed in the Christian Studies component of the BA with History (Pre-Law) curriculum. However, the core competencies of Theological Integration and Christian Leadership are addressed more directly by required courses in this curriculum which promote an understanding of the Biblical approach to history, ethics, government, and political philosophy.

B.A. Core - 49 Hours


General Studies (16)


History of Ideas (12)


Western Civilization (6)


Math/Science (3)


Choose one of the following courses:

B.A. Language Options - 6 Hours


Choose one pair of the following courses:

Latin (6)


Spanish (6)


B.A. Christian Studies Minor - 24 Hours


Christian Studies Requirements (21)


Book Study Selective (3)


Choose one of the following courses:

History (Pre-Law) Major - 30 Hours


Logic and Rhetoric (6)


Pre-Law Requirements (6)


History Electives (6)


Select two courses with the following prefixes:

  • HIS3***
  • HIS4***

B.A. General Electives - 18 Hours


In addition to a selected major and a Christian Studies minor, all baccalaureate students must complete at least 18 hours in additional courses, which may be applied toward a second major or a second minor. In order to graduate, baccalaureate students must complete at least 127 credit hours. Any hours remaining after the student’s major and the Christian Studies minor may be used as free electives.

Total Hours - 127