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History BA/Law JD - Curricular Plan

(HEGIS: 22.05 HISTORY, CIP: 54.0101 History, General)

Department of History

546 Park Hall
North Campus
Buffalo, NY 14260-4130

Kristin Stapleton
Chair

Andreas Daum
Director of Undergraduate Studies

School of Law

School of Law
Office of Admissions
309 O’Brian Hall

Associated Programs

Associated Subjects

Curricular Plan

A Curricular Plan provides a roadmap for completing this academic program and the UB Curriculum on time. Your actual plan may vary depending on point of entry to the university, course placement and/or waivers based on standardized test scores, earned alternative credit and/or college transfer credit.

All students are encouraged to use this plan in conjunction with other academic planning resources such as your academic advisor, the HUB Academic Advisement Report, My Planner and Path Finder tool.

In addition to following this course roadmap, all other admission and academic requirements of this major as listed in the Undergraduate Catalog must be met in order to successfully complete this degree.

Freshman Year

Fall Semester
Course Category Credit
UB Seminar UBS 3
ENG 105LEC Writing and Rhetoric or Pathway CL1 or P 4 or 3
HIS 100 or 200-level M 3
HIS 100 or 200-level M 3
Math and Quantitative Reasoning MQR 4
Total Credits: 16 or 17
Spring Semester
Course Category Credit
Pathway P 3
Pathway P 3
HIS 100 or 200-level M 3
HIS 100 or 200-level M 3
Pathway or ENG 105LEC Writing and Rhetoric P or CL1 3 or 4
Total Credits: 15 or 16

Sophomore Year

Fall Semester
Course Category Credit
HIS 100 or 200-level M 3
Pathway P 3
HIS 300-level M 3
Scientific Literacy 1 SLI1 3
Pathway P 3
Total Credits: 15
Spring Semester
Course Category Credit
HIS 300-level M 3
HIS 300-level M 3
Pathway P 3
Scientific Literacy 2 SLI2 4
Elective/Diversity Learning E*/DIV 3
Total Credits: 16

Junior Year

Fall Semester
Course Category Credit
HIS 301DIS Historical Writing CL2 3
Upper Division Undergraduate Liberal Arts Elective E* 3
HIS 400 Level Seminar M 3
UBC 399 UB Curriculum Capstone CAP 1
Upper Division Undergraduate Liberal Arts Elective E* 3
Total Credits: 13
Spring Semester
Course Category Credit
HIS 400-level Seminar M 3
HIS 300-level M 3
Upper Division Undergraduate Liberal Arts Elective E* 3
Upper Division Undergraduate Liberal Arts Elective E* 3
Upper Division Undergraduate Liberal Arts Elective E* 2
Total Credits: 14

Senior Year

Fall Semester
Course Category Credit
LAW 515LEC Legal Analys, Writing & Res I M 4
LAW 501LEC Civil Procedure M 4
LAW 509LEC Torts M 4
LAW 507LEC Property M 4
Total Credits: 16
Spring Semester
Course Category Credit
LAW 505LEC Criminal Law M 4
LAW 503LEC Contracts M 4
LAW 511LEC Constitutional Law 1 M 4
LAW 516LEC Legal Analys, Writing & Res II M 3
Total Credits: 15

Fifth Year

Fall Semester
Course Category Credit
LAW 564LEC Legal Ethics and Pro Respon M 3
LAW Experiential Elective M 6
LAW Seminar Elective M 3
LAW Research Writing Elective M 3
Total Credits: 15
Spring Semester
Course Category Credit
LAW Electives M 15
Total Credits: 15

Sixth Year

Fall Semester
Course Category Credit
LAW Electives M 15
Total Credits: 15
Spring Semester
Course Category Credit
LAW Electives M 14
Total Credits: 14
Total Credits Required for Degree:
180
Curricular Category Key
Category Description
M Course required for major (including pre-requisites needed for admission to major)
E Elective (course not required for major or UB Curriculum).

* Some electives may need to be completed at the upper-division (at least 300-level and above) to fulfill the upper division requirement for baccalaureate degree.
UB Curriculum
CAP UB Capstone
CL1/CL2 Communication Literacy (2 required)
DIV Diversity in the United States
MQR Math and Quantitative Reasoning
P Pathway Course (6 required: 3 Global, 3 Thematic)
SLI1/SLI2 Scientific Literacy and Inquiry (2 required)
UBS UB Seminar
Note: Some classes may count toward both a major (M) and UB Curriculum (UBC) requirement. Courses that count toward more than one requirement are indicated by a "/" (slash) in the category column, indicating which categories the course will satisfy.
 
Published: Jan 25, 2023 07:59:07