Mississippi College

After the approval of their academic advisors in consultation with the appropriate department chair, freshman pre-law students with an acceptable ACT or SAT score may elect to enter the Three-Three Program. Ordinarily, a 26 ACT score or 1180 SAT score will qualify a student for the program. Such students are expected to maintain at least 3.25 GPA in their undergraduate work to remain competitive for early admission to the Mississippi College Law School. Students in this program should plan to take the LSAT as soon as possible after their sophomore year, but no later than the fall of their junior year, as an acceptable LSAT score is required for admission to the Mississippi College Law School. Acceptance into the Three-Three Program, however, does not automatically guarantee admission to the Mississippi College Law School.

Requirement Class Name Hours
Core Curriculum   46
Sociology Core   27
SOC 312 Social Science Research Methods 3
SOC 315 Personality, Culture, & Socialization 3
SOC 325 Social Organization 3
SOC 342 Social Theory & Critical Thinking 3
SOC 450 Seminar in Sociology 3
  Sociology Electives 12
Prelegal Courses   21
PHI 211 Introduction to Logic 3
PLE 201 Introduction to Law 3
PLE 326 Legal Research & Legal Bibliography 3
PLE 335 Legal Writing 3
PLE 350 Critical Thinking & the Law 3
PLS 407 American Constitutional Development I 3
PLS 408 American Constitutional Development II 3
General Electives   6
Total 3/3 Hours   100
Law School (First Year)   30
Total Program Hours   130

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