Susquehanna University provides a unique and enriching setting for a combination of liberal arts and preprofessional programming—a combination that is exemplified in the university's prelaw program.
Prelaw is not actually a major; in fact, students can major in anything they want. There are no required courses. Law schools are more interested in seeing that applicants have developed good writing and critical thinking skills. They are much less concerned with whether or not students have learned “the law;” that's what law school is for!
The Prelaw Program is designed to help guide individuals who are interested in pursuing a legal career and ensure that they have access to all of the available resources. Students at Susquehanna have the opportunity to tailor the program to fit their specific needs and draw from the resources they find to be most valuable.