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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.

First Semester16

CodeCourseCredits
ENG 101English Composition 13
UNI 100First Year Seminar1
MAT 120Elementary topics in Math3
General Education Course9

Second Semester15

CodeCourseCredits
Literature Course3
PSY 100General Psychology3
MAT 130Elementary Topics in Math II3
General Education Courses6

Third Semester15

CodeCourseCredits
JUR 300Classical Jurisprudence3
General Education, Minor or Elective Courses12

Fourth Semester15

CodeCourseCredits
JUR 310Medieval Jurisprudence3
JUR 420Research Methods in Law and Jurisprudence3
General Education, Minor or Elective Courses9

Fifth Semester15

CodeCourseCredits
JUR 320Anglo-American Jurisprudence3
JUR 300-4009
Elective Courses3

Sixth Semester15

CodeCourseCredits
JUR-300-4006
Elective Courses9

Seventh Semester15

CodeCourseCredits
JUR 300-4006
Elective Courses9

Eighth Semester15

CodeCourseCredits
JUR 499Senior Thesis3
JUR 300-4003
Elective Courses9