Our mission is to introduce students to the concept of law early in their undergraduate studies. Students will deepen their education by exploring the role law plays in the world today; its impact on society; and the way lawyers participate in the continuing growth and evolution of our society.
Plan Your Fall 2019 Semester
Undergraduate Law Courses
The majority of undergraduate LAW courses satisfy General Education (GE) requirements, and are either required or part of the elective list in several majors and minors.
The Minor in Legal Studies provides a broad-based academic foundation in law for undergraduate students with an interest in law and legal-related fields. The minor allows students to deepen their understanding of the U.S. legal system as a part of their bachelor's degree studies.
Set yourself apart with a deeper understanding of how laws impact your chosen field by earning a progressive degree. In as little as five years, earn both a bachelor's degree in your field and a Master of Studies in Law (MSL) degree.
The Kortschak Center for Learning and Creativity (KCLC) offers outreach, programming, and individual coaching services to USC undergraduates and departments to promote a campus-wide understanding of learning differences and their potential to facilitate creativity and academic excellence.
Disability Services and Programs provides support services and accommodations necessary to enable students with disabilities to develop their maximum academic potential, by making their education accessible, while having the dignity to work independently.
Brown Bag Lunch Series!
Bring your lunch with you to learn more about our new Minor in Legal Studies and Masters Studies in Law (MSL) Progressive Degree Program (PDP). We will provide dessert and refreshments during these event!
Missed our Brown Bag Series? Join us for Gould lunch series! Learn information on our Masters Studies in Law (MSL) Progressive Degree Program (PDP) and our New Minor in Legal Studies! Lunch will be provided during this event.