Buffalo, NY 14260
James G. Milles
Vice Dean for Undergraduate Studies, Professor of Law
Vice Dean for Social Justice Initiatives
Transfer processes are guided by overall University at Buffalo policies on transfer credit.
For the major, there may be students who graduate from a community college program that touches on some aspects of law (e.g., Paralegal, Legal Administration). We will evaluate coursework of all students transferring to UB with coursework in these areas to identify all coursework that would meet any Law major course requirements.
There are no prerequisite courses required for admission to the Law BA program.
Electives in the major (30 credits):
A. Intermediate Law Courses (select 3 courses, totaling 9 credits)
B. Advanced Law Seminars (select 2 courses, totaling 6 credits)
C. Critical Reasoning Methods (select 1 course, totaling at least 3 credits at the 100 or 200-level)
D. Problems and Issues (select 1 course, totaling 3 credits at the 300-level or above)
E. Systems and Contexts (select 1 course, totaling 3 credits at the 300-level or above)
F. Subject Focus Courses. Select two courses from among the following list, or one course from the following list and one additional course from list C, D, or E for a total of 6 credits:
|Credits Required for Major||42|
|Additional Credits Required for UB Curriculum||46|
|Additional Credits Required for Electives||32|
|Total Credits Required for Degree||120|
Students should consult with an academic advisor to determine how any transfer or exam credit might be utilized in meeting general education, prerequisite, or major requirements.
See Baccalaureate Degree Requirements for general education and remaining university requirements.
Total Credit Hours Required represents the minimum credits needed to complete this program, and may vary based on a number of circumstances. This chart should not be used for financial aid purposes.