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What will I learn?

A law degree will open many doors for you, whether you dream of being a passionate trial attorney or helping families through adoption or something else entirely. To become an attorney, you will go on to law school and then pass the bar exam in the state where you hope to practice. But first, you need a solid foundation for your undergraduate degree. At UIndy, pre-law is a concentration you can add to any major that interests you. That way you become the well-rounded, experienced applicant that law schools seek.

ADVANTAGES

  • Opportunity to study a wide range of interests
  • Practical experience through mock trials, where students debate real-world cases currently being heard in the U.S. Federal Courts
  • An environment that adequately prepares students to get into graduate programs
  • Coursework that allows students to review previous cases, learn the outcomes, and form opinions based around previous trials

COMMON MAJORS

Pre-law is an area of concentration, which you can add to many majors. Following are some of the most beneficial majors for someone who wants to go to law school.

  • Political science
  • History
  • Philosophy
  • English

POTENTIAL CAREERS

  • Trial attorney
  • Personal injury attorney
  • Judge
  • Prosecutor
  • Politician
  • Government work
  • FBI agent
  • Patent attorney
  • Corporate counsel

Which department am I in?

Shaheen College of Arts and Sciences

Study options

Full Time (Variable)

Tuition fees
US$31,972.00 per year
Start date

17 January 2023

Venue

Shaheen College of Arts and Sciences

University of Indianapolis,

1400 East Hanna Avenue,

INDIANAPOLIS,

Indiana,

46227, United States

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Students must have official high school graduation documents and transcripts.

For international students

Students must have official high school graduation documents and transcripts.

TOEFL - 61 IBT required

IELTS - 5.5 required

PTEA - 49 required

Graduation from Internexus English as a Second Language program, Advanced Level

Graduation from ELS Language Centers EAP level 112

Completion of EF Level C1-1

Native Speaker of English

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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