UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Pre-Law is a pre-professional route offered at UW-River Falls for students interested in attending law school after earning their bachelor’s degree. Most universities no longer offer a degree program culminating in a major called "pre-law." The reason for this is that law schools do require a B.S. or B.A. degree, but they do not require any particular course of study for admittance into their programs. Pursuing pre-law is a signal of a career aspiration, rather than a specific academic major.
Highlights of the Pre-Law Program
As a student in this program, you will learn:
Recent graduates report finding jobs in a range of occupations including social services and counseling; administrators; managers; teachers and librarians; marketing researchers; technology consultants; and social science researchers. Others aid in the administration and management of programs and organizations where they are responsible for planning, coordinating, and implementing activities in all sectors of the economy:
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College of Arts and Science