Law-related courses on campus

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Find majors and minors, internships and courses offered on campus that focus on law, the legal system and more.

The School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences (SIAS) offers several majors and minors, and numerous courses, that focus on law and the legal system.

  • T LAW 150 Introduction to the American Legal System
  • T LAW 215 Introduction to International Organizations
  • T LAW 320 American Constitutional Law: Institutional Powers and Constraints
  • T LAW 339 Washington Environmental Law
  • T LAW 348 Gender and Law
  • T LAW 361 American Constitutional Law: Rights and Liberties
  • T LAW 363 Law in Society
  • T LAW 367 Comparative Law and Courts
  • T LAW 422 International Humanitarian Law
  • T LAW 423 International Law
  • T LAW 424 The Politics and Law of International Human Rights
  • T LAW 438 Environmental Law
  • T LAW 452 Minorities and the Law
  • T LAW 465 Law and Public Policy in the United States
  • TPSYCH 421 Social Psychology, Law and Society
  • TPSYCH 422 Psychology and the Legal System
  • TPSYCH 432 Sex Crimes and Sexual Violence
  • T SOC 265 Race and Ethnicity in the United States
  • T SOC 335 Social Class and Inequality
  • T SOC 437 Immigration Today

The Criminal Justice Program also offers law related degrees and courses.

  • T CRIM 225: Diversity and Social Justice in Criminology
  • T CRIM 361: Addictions and Mental Illness in the Criminal Justice System
  • T CRIM 362: Introduction to Criminological Theory
  • T CRIM 370: Police and Society
  • T CRIM 371: Helping Skills in the Criminal Justice System
  • T CRIM 372: Adult Corrections
  • T CRIM 395: American Criminal Courts
  • T CRIM 155 Media, Crime, and Justice
  • T CRIM 156 Criminal Justice and the War on Drugs
  • T CRIM 222 United States Federal Law Enforcement
  • T CRIM 272 Restorative Justice
  • T CRIM 275 White Collar Crime
  • T CRIM 352 Women in the Criminal Justice System
  • T CRIM 360 Youth and Juvenile Justice Systems
  • T CRIM 363 Criminalization of Immigration
  • T CRIM 364 Criminal Justice and the LGBTQ Experience
  • T CRIM 365 Facing Harm: Victim Offender Dialogue
  • T CRIM 373 Criminal Evidence and Investigations
  • T CRIM 374 Human Trafficking
  • T CRIM 375 Men, Masculinities and Criminal Justice
  • T CRIM 434 Criminal Homicide
  • T CRIM 435 Terrorism and the U.S. Criminal Justice System
  • T CRIM 440 Fundamental of Criminal Law
  • T CRIM 450 Comparative Criminal Justice Systems
  • T CRIM 490 Independent Research in Criminal Justice

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