Undergraduate Minor in Law

Wayne State University Law School is the only law school in the Midwest to offer an interdisciplinary Minor in Law program that includes law courses taught by law faculty. With classes tailored specifically for undergraduate students, you'll gain a legal edge no matter what major you are pursuing. Not ready to declare a minor? The Minor in Law courses offered at the Law School are open to any undergraduate student who wants to learn more about the legal field, sharpen their skills, and stand out in the job market.

Thought leader

Rheyana Karjo, CLAS

“I don't believe that the minor in law program is just for students who want to be future attorneys, but is also sufficient for students who are simply interested in learning more about the law. ”
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What sets us apart

Stand out

Cultivate a skill toolkit that sets you apart from other job seekers.

Think like a lawyer

Develop skills in logical and critical thinking, oral and written communication, and reading comprehension and analysis.

Expert faculty

Learn from experienced Wayne Law professors who tailor classes for the undergraduate audience.