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  Sep 23, 2017
 
 
    
UNDERGRADUATE CATALOG 2017-2018

Three-Three Law/English (Writing) Program, B.A.


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After the approval of their academic advisors in consultation with the appropriate department chair, freshman pre-law students with an acceptable ACT or SAT score may elect to enter the Three-Three Program. Ordinarily a 26 ACT score or 1180 SAT score will qualify a student for the program. Such students are expected to maintain at least 3.25 GPA in their undergraduate work to remain competitive for early admission to the Mississippi College Law School. Students in this program should plan to take the LSAT as soon as possible after their sophomore year, but no later than the fall of their junior year, as an acceptable LSAT score is required for admission to the Mississippi College Law School. Acceptance into the Three-Three program, however, does not automatically guarantee admission to the Mississippi College Law School.

University Core - Science (7 hours)


Seven hours of science hours are required, including one 4-hour lab course.  Students are encouraged to choose from one of the following lab courses below:

University Core - Mathematics (3 hours)


Any MAT course numbered 101 or higher, determined in consultation with the advisor.

University Core - Physical Education (3 hours)


Three hours are required.  Recommended courses are listed below:

University Core for BA and English Majors - Modern Languages (6-12 hours)


Twelve hours are usually required.  Students must complete the intermediate or sophomore-level courses in their chosen language.  Students with one high school unit may enter course 102 of the same language and thereby waive 3 hours of this requirement; those with two high school units may enter course 201, waiving 6 hours.

Three hours of free electives (3 sem. hrs.)


Law School Coursework (30 sem. hrs.)


Total: 130 sem. hrs.


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