Chair, Social Sciences Division
Senior Administrative AssistantMs. Jody Walton
210 Social Sciences Building
Legal Studies, AA
Are You Considering Law School?
Gulf Coast State College students who wish to pursue a career in law require no particular major or transfer track of “law” studies. As undergraduates, students will be encouraged to pursue broadly based studies emphasizing analytical reasoning writing, and oral expression. Students will be expected to show a capacity to perform at an academically rigorous level. Among the many majors approved by the American Bar Association are business, computer science, economics, English, history, linguistics, math, natural sciences, philosophy, political science, psychology, and sociology.
Students may pursue a university transfer track in business, English, one of the social sciences, or follow the general education curriculum. Students are encouraged to investigate the admissions requirements of the university, baccalaureate degree, and law school they wish to attend.
Legal Studies Course Requirements
Introduction to Public Speaking
A complete list of courses with descriptions can be found in the Catalog
What can you do with Legal Studies Associate of Arts?
In this field, people find careers as:
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Drug Enforcement Administration
Probation and Parole Officers
US Marshall’s Service
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms
Internal Revenue Service
Central Intelligence Agency
Gulf Coast alumni of this program have continued their education at:
University of Florida
Florida State University
University of Miami
Florida International University
Are you ready to get started?
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