B.A. Economics with Early Law Admission

Students in the program enter law school after completing their third year of undergraduate study. Students' first year of law school will complete the final 29 hours of the undergraduate program. Listed are the requirements for the Nelson Wolff Early Law Admission with a B.A. in Economics.

BA in Economics with Early Law Admission Degree Plan (120 hours)
Core Requirements (43 hours)
First Year Seminar3
First Year Seminar
Freshmen Composition I3
Rhetoric and Composition
Rhetoric and Composition for International Students
Any EN 23XX literature course
Any 1000, 2000, or 3000-level HS course
Social Science3
Select one from the following: BA 1310, CPH 1301, ED 2330, HU 3300, HU 3303, PO 1311, PO 1312, PO 1314, PS 1301, PS 2310, PS 2355, PS 2363, PS 3337, SC 1311, SC 2321, SC 2371, 3 hrs. of Communication Studies (CM 1341, CM 2333, CM 2334)
Natural or Physical Sciences3
Fine Arts3
Select one course from the following: AR 1300,AR 1301, AR 1311, AR 1312, AR 2301, AR 2321, AR 2361, AR 2362, AR 3331, AR 3351, AR 3381, AR 3392, any 3 hr. DM course, 3 hrs. of MU (applied music lessons, emsembles or other MU course)
Foreign Language and International Engagement 6
This requirement is satisfied through one of four ways: (1) One 3-hour course in any language at the 3000 level or above, with a grade of B or better; (2) Two courses (1311 and 1312) in a language not previously studied; (3) Two courses (2311 and 2312) in a language previously studied at the high school or college level; (4) Qualifying scores on an AP or CLEP exam, or both the ACTFL OPI and WPT exams
Philosophy - Self3
Intro to Philosophy
Philosophy - Ethics3
Foundations of Ethics
Theology - God3
Introduction to Theology
Intermediate Theology3
Any TH 33xx course
Economics Major Courses (33 hours)
EC 2301Introductory Macroeconomic Theory3
EC 2303Introductory Microeconomic Theory3
EC 3310International Economics3
EC 3346Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory3
EC 3347Intermediate Microeconomics Theory3
EC 4335Econometrics3
EC 4386Senior Project in Economics3
Major Elective (9 hours)9
Select 3 non-required Economics Courses
Statistics (see advisor for recommendation) - Select one of the following3
Introduction to Probability and Statistics (MT 2303)
Statistics (MT 4332)
Introductory Statistics (SC 3381)
Electives (15 hours)15
An elective can be any course taken from any discipline. Students can use these hours to pursue certificates or certain minors.
Law Courses (29 hours)
LW 6341Criminal Law3
LW 6335LCAP I3
LW 6440Constitutional Law4
LW 6477Federal Civil Procedure I4
LW 6478Torts4
LW 6480Property4
LW 6490Contracts4
Total Semester Hours120

This is a recommended degree plan subject to changes. Please meet with your adviser on a regular basis. 

First Year
FallSemester HoursSpringSemester Hours
Fine Arts 3Literature 3
EN 13113Natural or Physical Science3
FYE 13013History3
EC 23033EC 23013
General Elective3Social Science Course3
 15 15
Second Year
FallSemester HoursSpringSemester Hours
PL 13013TH 13013
EC 33463EC 33473
EC 33XX - Economic Elective3Foreign Language II3
MT 24124EC 33103
Foreign Language I3Statistics (MT 2303, MT 4332, or SC 3381)3
 16 15
Third Year
FallSemester HoursSpringSemester Hours
PL 23013Intermediate Theology3
EC 33XX - Economics Elective3EC 43863
EC 43353EC 33XX - Economics Elective 3
General Elective3General Elective3
General Elective3General Elective3
 15 15
Fourth Year
FallSemester HoursSpringSemester Hours
LW 63353LW 63363
LW 64774LW 63413
LW 64784LW 64404
LW 64904LW 64804
 15 14
Total Semester Hours 120