Did you know that there are lawyers who are passionate about social justice, human rights and environmental stewardship? Do you want to be well-prepared for law school and to make a difference?
The pre-law minor at Goshen College features interdisciplinary courses on subjects like restorative justice, ethics and morality, social policy, U.S. constitutional law and more. In addition, you can connect with like-minded peers in the Pre-Law Club and pair your pre-law minor with a major that suits your personal goals. You could be a peacemaking diplomat with a peace, justice and conflict studies major, a law-savvy entrepreneur with a business major, or an advocate for environmental sustainability with an environmental science major.
We believe that law is not only a respectable profession; it is one that requires passionate, ethical and experienced individuals who are dedicated to making a positive difference in the world. After graduating with a minor in pre-law, you will excel in graduate school and beyond!
News & Events
History as Stepping Stone into Pre-Law: An Interview with Lydette Assefa (’09)
Lydette Assefa (’09) is a student at Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago, Illinois. What interested you in becoming a history major? I have always enjoyed learning and hearing about people’s stories from different cultures and time periods and learning about other people’s ways of life – to…
Dr. Tobin Miller-Shearer Leads Oral History Workshop
On January 16, 2017, Dr. Tobin Miller-Shearer, Director of the African-American Studies Program at University of Montana and an Associate Professor of History visited Goshen College to lead an Oral History Workshop for students interested in the art of oral…
Number of history courses that will take you off-campus (Paraguay, Southwest U.S., Morocco)
of history alumni agree that their undergraduate education prepared them for graduate or professional school
of GC history and political science faculty have Ph.D.s
of alumni agreed that history professors are genuinely interested in their students