What does the program cover?
At the heart of the Law, Technology and Culture program is a dynamic, interdisciplinary core curriculum of 21 credits of law-related coursework in history, philosophy, social science, engineering, information technology, management, and STS. All students also take 24 credits of law-related electives, a 3-credit internship in law, and a 3-credit senior seminar in which they prepare a major paper or project in law, technology and culture.
Administered by the History faculty at NJIT, the program draws upon a wide array of NJIT and Rutgers-Newark courses taught by faculty in different academic disciplines, including history, STS, philosophy, engineering, management, information technology, criminal justice, and political science.
Why Study Law, Technology, and Culture at NJIT?
Students who seek to pursue a career in law or related fields can study under the guidance of faculty who have specialized professionally in
- legal and constitutional development
- the role of law in science, medicine, and business
- legal influences on media and communications
- the interaction of law, policy, and politics
Our Program is Unique
In addition to our innovative curriculum, students who major in Law, Technology and Culture benefit from personal guidance in
- crafting an individualized course of study
- planning and applying to professional school
Who Should I Contact to Learn More?
- Download the BA in Law, Technology and Culture brochure (124 KB, pdf)
- Accelerated B. A./J. D. Factsheet
- Law, Technology and Culture Worksheet (.pdf)
- Course Offerings for Law, Technology, and Culture
- Attend an Open House
- Request more info from our Admissions Office