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Florida State University


There is no specific major designed for prelaw students. Law schools want students in majors that teach them how to write, read, speak, and think critically. Unlike medical school there are no specific courses required as an undergraduate. Prelaw undergraduates should seek a major they are going to love, that will impress an admissions committee, and prepare them for the academic demands of law school. Although you can go to law school with any major, popular majors for prelaw students at FSU include: Business, Communication, Criminology and Criminal Justice, English, History, International Affairs, and Political Science. Students interested in going to law school should visit during their first semester to locate prelaw advisors and to learn about prelaw services at FSU.

The Dean of Student Department supports an inclusive academic environment through education, empowerment, crisis management, and advocacy of students in collaboration with campus and community partners.

We welcome students and family members to connect with the Dean of Students Department if you are experiencing a crisis or just need someone to talk through a problem or experience you are having at Florida State University.

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