College: Neil Griffin College of BusinessDepartment: Economics and Finance
Entrance into law school requires the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). Economics majors have higher LSAT scores than other majors, preparing students for LSAT success. Also, lawyers who majored in economics tend to earn higher salaries than those who majored in a different subject. Economic thinking requires logic and reasoning, the tools necessary to succeed in law.
Curriculum and degree requirements can be found in the most current Undergraduate Bulletin.