Interdisciplinary Studies

Approved Interdisciplinary Courses

For majors

For students matriculated before Fall 2001, a maximum of 12 semester hours of the 31 hours required of all majors can be satisfied by completing approved interdisciplinary courses with a grade of “C” or higher. The only approved courses are identified by the following list.

For minors

Only 3 of the 15 minor hours may be satisfied by completing an interdisciplinary course from the list with a grade of “C” or higher.

Some of the following courses have prerequisites:

  • AEB 4123 Law Applied to Agriculture
  • AMH 3551 Constitutional History of the U.S. to 1877
  • AMH 3552 Constitutional History of the U.S. from 1877
  • AMH 3558 United States Legal History
  • ANT 3522 Skeleton Keys: Forensic Identification
  • ANT 4273 Anthropology of Law
  • ANT 4740 Introduction to Forensic Science
  • BUL 4310 Legal Environment of Business
  • CLP 3144 Abnormal Psychology
  • ECP 4451 Law and Economics
  • ENC 3254 Professional Writing for the Discipline (3 credits maximum)
  • HIS 4306 Alcohol and History
  • LEI 4501 Legal Aspects of Recreation, Parks and Tourism
  • MMC 4200 Law of Mass Communication
  • PAD 3003 Introduction to Public Administration
  • PAD 4604 Administrative Law and Regulatory Politics
  • PHM 4440 Philosophy of Law
  • POS 3603 American Constitutional Law
  • POS 3606 American Civil Liberties
  • PSB 4065 Psychobiology of Abnormal Behavior
  • PUP 4021 Law, Politics, and Public Interest
  • REL 4179 Religious Perspectives on Ethics, Law, and Public Policy
  • SPC 3513 Argumentation
  • STA 3024 Introduction to Statistics 2
  • STA 4222 Sample Survey Design
  • SYO 3510 Mental Health and Illness
  • SYP 3510 Deviance
  • SYP 3542 Comparative Legal Institutions
  • SYP 4530 Juvenile Delinquency
  • SYP 4540 Sociology of Law
  • SYP 4550 Alcohol, Drugs, and Society