Minor in Law, Jurisprudence, and the State Electives

To complete the minor, students must take two required classes, then one class (3 hours) from each of the following categories.

Elective Category 1: Law as Professional Practice

  • JURI 3080 Life Cycle of a Corporation
  • JURI 3120 Covering the Courts (only available to Grady College majors)
  • JURI 3216S, Business Law Practicum
  • JURI 3300, Constitutional Criminal Procedure*
  • JURI 3350E, Learning from Wrongful Convictions
  • JURI 3501, Exploring the Intersection of Law and Connective Technology in the Information Age
  • JURI 3600, Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship
  • JURI 3200S, Law and Social Justice: Strategic Advocacy
  • JURI 3500, Undergraduate Mock Trial
  • JURI 3840E, Capital Punishment
  • JURI 3980, Constitutional Rights in Education: Equality, Speech, and Religion
  • JURI 3505, Information Literacy and the Law
  • JURI 3355, Criminal Legal System through Crime Books
  • JURI 3360, The Death Penalty in America
  • JURI 3203, Working in Washington
  • JURI 3278S, Practicum in Animal Welfare Skills
  • JURI 3975, Mediation Practicum
  • JURI 3989, Disability and Education Law
  • JURI 4810, Environmental and Natural Resources Law
     
  • AAEC 4050, Agribusiness Law
  • AAEC 4930, Environmental Law and Governmental Regulation
     
  • COMM 4330, Communication Strategies in the Courtroom
     
  • ECOL 4810, Natural Resources Law
     
  • EDAP 4170, Education Law and Professional Ethics
     
  • ENVM 4250, Environmental and Public Health Law
  • ENVM 4770H, The Business of Environmental Law
  • ENVM 4930, Environmental Law and Governmental Regulation
     
  • FANR 4800, Renewable Resource Policy
  • FANR 4810, Natural Resources Law
     
  • HFIM 3180, Hospitality and Food Industry Law and Liability
     
  • HIPR 4200, Preservation Law
     
  • HPAM 4150, Health Policy Law and Ethics
     
  • JRLC 5040/7040, Law of Mass Communications
     
  • LEGL 4200, Intellectual Property Law
  • LEGL 4300, Law of Business Organizations
  • LEGL 4400, Business Law
  • LEGL 4500, Employment Law
  • LEGL 4600, Negotiation and Alternative Dispute Resolution Systems
  • LEGL 4700, FinTech and Financial Services Law
  • LEGL 5200, Real Estate Law
     
  • POLS 4700, Constitutional Law: Powers
  • POLS 4710, Constitutional Law: Rights and Liberties
  • POLS 4720, Criminal Procedure*
  • POLS 4730, Criminal Law
     
  • REAL 5300, Real Estate Law

 * Students may take one, but not both, of JURI 3300 and POLS 4720.

Elective Category 2:  Law in Society, Politics, and Culture

  • JURI 4110E, Democracy and the Constitution
  • JURI 3821, Race and the Law
     
  • AFAM 4260, Black and Green Atlantic †
     
  • AFST 4260, Black and Green Atlantic †
     
  • CMLT 4260, Black and Green Atlantic †
  • CMLT 4680, Law and Culture East Asia †
     
  • ECON 4450, Economic Analysis of Law
     
  • ENGL 3330, Literature and Human Rights
  • ENGL 3851S, Writing for Social Justice: the Prison Writing Project
  • ENGL 3880S, The Modern Civil Rights Movement in Literature and Culture
     
  • GEOG 3640, Geography of Human Rights
  • GEOG 4260, Black and Green Atlantic †
     
  • GRMN 3720, Authorities and Law in Modern German Society and Culture†
     
  • LACSI 4260, Black and Green Atlantic †
     
  • PADP 4690, Bureaucracy and the Law
     
  • PHIL 4240, Philosophy of Law
     
  • POLS 3600, Criminal Justice Administration
  • POLS 4080, Legal Theory
  • POLS 4740, Judicial Process and Behavior
  • POLS 4750, Gender, Law, and Politics
  • POLS 4760, Supreme Court Politics: The Institution and Its Justices
  • POLS 4770, The Supreme Court: Cases and Controversies
  • POLS 4780, Special Topics in Law and Judicial Process
  • POLS 4900, Law Enforcement Administration
     
  • SOCI 3150, Criminal Punishment and Society
  • SOCI 4830, Sociology of Law

 † Students may take CMLT 4260, CMLT 4680, or GRMN 3720 to fulfill the requirements of Elective Category 2, or Elective Category 3, but not both.

Elective Category 3: Law in Other Times and Places

  • JURI 3100, The Constitution and Political Parties
  • JURI 3105, Modern Constitutional History
  • JURI 3400, Introduction to Global Governance
  • JURI 3210, Lawyers, Kings, Despots, and Revolutionaries: How Lawyers Create and Destroy Political Freedom
  • JURI 3830, Law and Institutions of the European Union *
     
  • AFAM 4260, Black and Green Atlantic †
     
  • AFST 4260, Black and Green Atlantic †
     
  • CMLT 4260, Black and Green Atlantic †
  • CMLT 4680, Law and Culture East Asia †
     
  • GEOG 4260, Black and Green Atlantic †
     
  • GRMN 3720, Authorities and Law in Modern German Society and Culture †
     
  • HIST 3775, Crime, Punishment, Human Rights
  • HIST 4060, American Legal History
  • HIST 4120, Civil Rights Movement
  • HIST 4320, Law and Society in the Greco-Roman World
     
  • INTL 4210, International Law
  • INTL 4240, International Organizations
  • INTL 4620, Human Rights
     
  • LACSI 4260, Black and Green Atlantic †
     
  • POLS 4781, Criminal Justice System in the United States and Britain

* Students may take one, but not both, of JURI 3830 and INTL 4640.
† Students may take CMLT 4260, CMLT 4680, or GRMN 3720 to fulfill the requirements of Elective Category 3, or Elective Category 2, but not both.