MSU helmetHumanities — Prelaw

This interdisciplinary, liberal arts pre-law major is particularly appropriate for students who plan to attend law school or work in government or corporate settings but who also have an interest in the humanities and arts. Students work closely with their academic adviser to design a major with three core areas of five or more classes each. Students hone critical research, writing and presentation skills as they focus on areas of particular interest to them.

What can I do with Humanities — Prelaw?

Graduates in humanities -- prelaw eventually pursue careers in a range of industries, excelling in jobs that demand deep knowledge of arts, humanities and the law.

Alumni work at:

  • Nicholas Law Firm
  • Miller Canfield
  • Doctors Company
  • Innocence Project
  • Michigan Public Health Institute
  • State bar associations
  • U.S. Senate

Alumni work as:

  • Associate attorneys
  • Governmental relations specialists
  • Project assistants
  • Law clerks
  • New business development coordinators
  • Urban policy consultants
  • Judges


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