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Pre-Law

Program Director: Christopher Brooks, J.D.,MELP.
Division of Environmental Studies & Management

Program offered:

  • Certificate in Pre-Law

Pre-law Certificate Program
Law and policy graduate schools are interested in students with a variety of academic backgrounds. Undergraduates are not required to take any specific set of prerequisite courses in order to apply for these graduate programs. While the pre-law certificate program constitutes a directed course of action to prepare students for law and policy graduate programs, schools are always attracted to any student with a well-rounded liberal arts education, no matter what your major might be. Pre-law advising is available and encouraged for all GMC students interested in law or policy-related careers, regardless of whether or not a student chooses to participate in the pre-law certificate program described below.

The pre-law certificate program is designed to provide the essential skills and background knowledge to excel in a career in law or policy. This rigorous certificate program is designed for strong students and is a companion to any major.

Students in the certificate program can expect encouragement and guidance from members of the pre-law committee as they explore career opportunities, identify internship opportunities, prepare for the LSAT, and submit applications to law or policy graduate schools.

Certificate Requirements
Core Background



Skill Base Total Credits: 21 credits
GPA — To be eligible for acceptance into the certificate program, students must have a 3.3 GPA and have been enrolled at GMC for at least 1 semester.

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