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PLS 415 - Senior Seminar

A capstone course which promotes integration and connections between general education and the major; fosters integration and synthesis within the major; and promotes integration and connections between the major and the field. To give students the opportunity to review, connect and integrate the knowledge, skills and values developed from the Juvenile Justice, paralegal or political/legal studies major programs; to apply disciplinary theory and methods in independent learning, creativity, and collaborative problem solving; and to link general education learning and major program learning to career development and/or graduate or professional study options. Allow students to demonstrate the practical application of the liberal arts approach to the study of law utilizing the techniques of legal research, analysis and composition to prepare an in-depth research paper.

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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