Course Offerings for Law, Technology, and Culture

Required Legal Foundations Courses

Three from among these nine are required:
The Founding of the American Nation Hist 361
Sex. Gender and the Law in American History Hist 362
American Law and the World Hist 364
Law and Society in History (Hist 369)
Legal Environment of Business (Mgmt 290)
Philosophy of Law and Social Justice (Phil 300)
Basic Principles of Law and the Judicial System (SS 300)
Legal Reasoning, Writing and Technology STS 300
or Introduction to Law and Legal Research R790:304

Required Law, Technology and Culture Courses
Students must complete four from among these nine:
Environmental Law EvSc325
Legal Issues in the History of Media Hist 370
Legal Issues in Environmental History Hist 375
Medicine and Law in Modern America Hist 378
Legal Aspects of Engineering IE 447
Privacy and Information Technology IT 331
Digital Crime IT 332
Information Technology and the Law IT 400
Environmental Politics and Policy R790:382

Law-Related Electives
Students must complete 24 credits in approved law-related courses designed to meet the student's interests and intended to develop knowledge and competency in a specialty area.  Here are examples of areas that students have chosen in the past, but the future holds many possibilities.

HIST 312: Professional Development in Law

Corporations and Business

Science, Technology, and Society

Law and the Environment

International Law

Law and Criminal Justice

Legal History

Legal Philosophy and Jurisprudence

Media and Communication

Engineering

Public Policy and Politics


Focused Coursework
Co-op in Law, Technology and Culture Hist 310--Junior Year

Senior Seminar in Law Technology and Culture HSS 404 Senior Year