Hiram College

Pre-Law Concentration

Traditional Undergraduate

Choose your own path

The field of law is important and exciting. And while Hiram College does not offer an actual pre-law degree, it does provide students with the guidance and coursework necessary to help them gain acceptance to law school after graduating from Hiram. Students can also choose to participate in the 3+3 BA/JD program through Hiram College's partnerships.

Guidance and Opportunity

Hiram wants to help you prepare for law school admission, so we have prepared resources to help you achieve your goal. Certain courses, such as American government or those in American Constitutional law, are normally selected by the preponderance of law school candidates not only at Hiram but elsewhere.

Hiram faculty are eager to advise students on identifying law schools that are a fit and assisting them in the application processes. The Career Center serves as clearinghouse for application forms, catalogs, handbooks, and other printed materials of use to law school candidates.

What Major or Minor Should I Choose?

Though students cannot choose to major or minor in Pre-Law, Hiram College offers many majors and minors that swill prepare you for Law School. A faculty advisor will work with you to help tailor your courses in the major you choose to meet the Pre-Law Concentration requirements. Select the drop down menu below to see what some of our past students have declared their majors and minors in:

Vivien Sandlund Headshot

Vivien Sandlund, Ph.D.

Professor of History
Pre-Law Advisor

Learn more about all of the majors, minors, and opportunities that await you within the School of Arts, Humanities & Culture.