The English Studies/Pre-Law Track enables students to design a course of study in the history and practice of persuasive communication, interpretation, and the cultural power of literary representation.
A student who completes the Pre-Law Track will be able to identify, evaluate, and apply varied forms of analysis and argumentation; read, write, speak, and think in thoughtful, informed, persuasive fashion; and understand and distinguish the culturally and historically specific relationships among language, cultural power, and interpretation, both in terms of persuasive writing and speech and the literary representations of minorities. The Track should also enable students to do well on law school admissions essays and examinations in law school.
Two courses in persuasion:
One writing course, chosen from the following:
One course focusing on connections among language, cultural power, and interpretation, chosen from the following:
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