The pre-law program at W&J advises students interested in the legal profession and helps prepare students for admission to law school with great success. In 2007, 31 out of 34 W&J graduates who applied to law school were admitted. Although no specific courses are required for pre-law students and such students may major in any subject they choose, pre-law students are encouraged to take the following courses:

ENG 200

Advanced Composition

POL 110

Origins of American Government

ENG 265

American Literature

BUS 319

Business Law

CIS 241

Introduction to Data Mining

BUS 302

Corporate Financial Management

PHL 232

Ethics

ACC 342

Taxation

ACC 431

Financial Accounting

PHL 123

Logic

HIS 333

Constitutional History

ECN 323

Labor Economics

ECN 101

Principles of Economics

PSY 101

Psychology

POL 412

Supreme Court and the Bill of Rights