Judson University’s history and psychology studies will help you gain exposure to the history of world civilizations including their political institutions, philosophies, religions, and social structures. In addition, you will learn how to integrate a Christian faith with historical concepts and develop critical thinking, perceptive reading, and effective writing and research skills that will help you succeed in your future career or potential graduate studies.
Why a Pre-Law Certificate at Judson?
Judson University’s Pre-Law Certificate may be combined with any major at Judson.
It consists of 24 hours of coursework and internship experience designed to help students develop the skills necessary for successful performance in law school and legal practice.
Small Class Size
As a private Christian institution, Judson student’s benefit from small class sizes, and a low professor-student ratio. This creates a personal and close-knit community within your studies, allowing access for help or support at all times.
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Psychology at Judson
Our personalized and practical approach to education will help you learn how to understand and explain individual and group behavior. Our psychology program includes a major in psychology, as well as concentrations in counseling, children and family, pre-law, and criminal justice.
Studying psychology at Judson will help you expand your capacity for critical and analytical thinking about human behavior, community dynamics, and social policies.
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What Can You Do with a Pre-Law Certificate?
Judson graduates from our History and Psychology programs have gone on to work in:
- Museum and Public History
- Legal Professions
- Social Work
- Politics and Government
- Juvenile Court Advocacy
- Justice Systems
- Investment Banking
- Missions & Ministry