Success After Susquehanna
Legal Studies minors gain broad-based perspective in understanding how the law relates to business, politics, sociology, and other U.S. systems and institutions. The program encourages students to synthesize materials from various disciplines, a skill that is widely needed in the increasingly complex careers of the 21st century.
The interdisciplinary nature of the minor therefore prepares students for rewarding careers in various walks of life. Legal studies students often pursue advanced degrees in fields other than law.
Over the last ten years, graduates of the minor have found employment in such areas as business, criminal justice, educational services, health care, human services, government and the law.