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Curriculum

Continuous academic performance will be monitored.  Expectations for continuing matriculation are:

  1. 3.0 overall GPA
  2. "C" or Higher in All Major Courses
  3. Successful Completion of a Senior Thesis

Transfer, non-traditional and part-time students are subject to these express standards.

Click here to view the Jurisprudence Course Descriptions from Cal U's online catalog.

Freshman Year, First Semester-16 credits
CourseCredits
ENG 101 English Composition 3 crs.
UNI 100 First-Year Seminar1 cr.
MAT 120 Elementary Topics in Math I
3 crs.
General Education Courses9 crs.

Second Semester-15 credits
CourseCredits
Literature Course3 crs.
PSY 100 General Psychology3 crs.
MAT 130 Elementary Topics in Math II3 crs.
General Education Courses6 crs.

Sophomore Year, Third Semester-15 credits
CourseCredits
JUR 300 Classical Jurisprudence3 crs.
General Education, Minor OR Elective Courses12 crs.

Fourth Semester-15 credits
CourseCredits
JUR 310 Medieval Jurisprudence3 crs.
JUR 420 Research Methods in Law and Jurisprudence3 crs.
General Education, Minor OR Elective Courses9 crs.

Junior Year, Fifth Semester – 15 credits
CourseCredits
JUR 320 Anglo-American Jurisprudence3 crs.
JUR 300-4009 crs.
Electives3 crs.
 Sixth Semester-15 credits
CourseCredits
JUR 300-4006 crs.
Electives
9 crs.

Senior Year, Seventh Semester-15 credits
CourseCredits
JUR 300-4006 crs.
Electives9 crs.
 Eighth Semester-15 credits
CourseCredits
JUR 499 Senior Thesis3 crs.
JUR 300-4003 crs.
Electives9 crs.