USC Gould Undergraduate Office Newsletter
Vol. 1, Issue 2
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LAW Courses for Undergrads
Investigate the relationship between public media and the criminal process, the role of non-governmental organizations, and the impact of civic engagement on public policy making.

How is law used to govern society? Examine the basic principles of private law and public law, and the basic methods that the legal system employs to resolve disputes.
Plan Your Fall 2019 Semester

Several undergraduate LAW courses satisfy General Education (GE) requirements and are either required or elective in a variety of majors and minors.

Learn About the Master of Studies in Law PDP
Learn how laws impact your chosen field by earning a progressive degree. In as little as five years, earn both a bachelor's degree and a Master of Studies in Law (MSL) degree .

Javier Mulato, M.Ed.
Student Services Advisor
Office: (213) 821-9553
Student Support Services
The new Trojan Food Pantry will provide much needed temporary relief to those experiencing food emergencies.

MWF: 11:30-4:30 p.m. and
Thursday: 2:00-6:00 p.m.

PARKSIDE APTS. (PKS) #135
3730 S. MCCLINTOCK AVE

PLEASE BRING YOUR REUSABLE BAG
Learn mindfulness and self-care practices to help you study more effectively with reduced rates of burnout and increased self-care.
M 9:30pm to 12:30am LVL 301
T 2pm to 5pm ORL 108
W 5pm to 7pm STU 311
4/29 to 5/1 1pm to 4pm LVL 113J

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