Requirements: International Law Minor

MINOR REQUIREMENTS – 20 credits

(Minimum grade of “C-“ required in each course)
 
Course Number Course Name Prerequisites
LW/PO3041 International Human Rights Law College Level=Junior OR PO1011GE110 OR PO1012 OR PO1012CCR
PO3061 International Law College Level=Junior OR PO1011GE110 OR PO1012
 
Three of the following courses:
Course Number Course Name Prerequisites
BA3084 International Business Law College Level=Junior
PO4090 Senior Seminar in Law (if thesis topic is related to law) College Level=Senior
CM2001 Public Speaking in the Digital Age EN1000 OR EN1010 OR EN2020CCE
CM3046 Media, Law, Policy and Ethics None
CM3052 Rhetoric and Persuasion EN1000 OR EN1010 OR EN2020CCE OR EN2020
BA3091 or BA4091 Topics in International Business (if the topic is related to law)
College Level=Junior
CL3091 or CL4091 Topics in Comparative Literature (if the topic is related to law) None
CM3091 or CM4091 Topics in Global Communications (if the topic is related to advocacy) College Level=Junior
LW3091 or LW4091 Topics in Law College Level=Senior
PO3091 or PO4091 Topics in Politics (if the topic is related to law) College Level=Junior OR PO1011GE110
or
College Level=Senior

 

MINOR GUIDELINES

Minors must be completed at the same time as the BA or BS degree. No more than 8 credits from courses taken outside AUP may be applied towards a minor, and these courses must be specifically accepted by the department supervising the minor. All courses counting in a minor must be completed with a minimum 2.0 cumulative grade point average, with no individual grade lower than “C-.”

Courses taken to satisfy requirements for a minor must include at least three courses which are not being applied towards a major or towards another minor. Courses taken to satisfy the Core Curriculum requirements, including FirstBridge courses, may be applied towards a minor. Minors do not appear on diplomas but are noted on students' transcripts. A self-designed minor is an option for students with a GPA of 3.5 or higher; the student and her or his advisor design these minors.