The law is complicated. A minor in legal studies at the University of St. Thomas examines how the law governs human action and interactions from an interdisciplinary lens. You graduate prepared to engage with the legal system as a compassionate citizen and professional.
Why Study Legal Studies at St. Thomas?
Our interdisciplinary approach to law will allow you to examine the law from numerous angles to see multiple arguments and opinions. We will teach you to understand how the legal system functions in order to see how the law influences public and private affairs within society. Our students often pursue advanced degrees in law, public policy and business, as well as careers in a variety of industries after graduating from St. Thomas.
Gaining a Unique Skillset
Dr. Caleb Goltz
Nicholas Bruno ‘18
We give you the tools and knowledge you need to work in a variety of different industries after graduation.
- Judicial officer
- Legislative staffer
- Law enforcement officer
Prepare for What's Next
Your Teachers and Mentors
Dr. Susan Marsnik
Dr. Caleb Goltz
Dr. Goltz focuses on law and the judicial process, and is interested in animal law.
Contact Dr. Goltz for more information.
Dr. Dale Thompson
Take the Next Step
There is more to learn about St. Thomas; including our ranking as a Best Value School by U.S. News & World Report, the many classroom and extracurricular activities that will be part of your student experience and so much more. Schedule a visit to see our beautiful campus or start your application today.