College of Behavioral & Social Sciences

Learning Outcomes

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Students will have understanding and knowledge of the state and federal courts systems and how those systems interrelate in a constitutional system, which recognizes individual civil rights and civil liberties, states’ rights and the need for national policy.

Students will have the ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, legal concepts and theories that they have researched and developed.

Students can apply their legal studies skills and knowledge in applied settings.

Students will be able to recognize potential ethical conflicts and take appropriate measures to comply with the applicable ethical code of conduct.

Students will work in community service learning internships, applying their legal studies skills and knowledge in a professional setting under the direct supervision of licensed attorneys.

Students will demonstrate good citizenship in the classroom and internship experience.

Students will have the skills and knowledge to become effective leaders.