Wayne State University

Upper-class program

After completing the required first-year day, first-year combined day and evening, or first- and second-year evening curriculum, students may choose from among an extensive listing of elective courses and seminars including interdisciplinary courses covering a broad range of subjects.

Students may elect courses offered in the day or evening or a combination of day and evening courses. It isn't uncommon for evening students to elect day classes and for day students to elect evening classes. Upper-class students may change from one program to the other as their schedules require and may elect courses in the eight-week summer term to accelerate or to accommodate individual needs.

Upper-class elective courses offered recently

"Wayne Law's excellent faculty prepared me not only for the bar exam, but for the practice of law, as well. I graduated ready to practice law because of the excellent instruction that I received in classes such as Criminal Law, Trial Advocacy and Legal Writing."

Dianna Collins
Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Washtenaw County
Wayne Law Class of 1998

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