Law & Constitutional Studies Resources


Students in the Law and Constitutional Studies major meet with Tony Peacock for help with the major requirements and Dan Mathews for help with general education and university graduation requirements.

Dan's office hours - link to website


For Current Students

Current Law and Constitutional Studies Major Requirements with Bachelor of Arts Degree - link to website
Current Law and Constitutional Studies Major Requirements with Bachelor of Science Degree - link to website

Current Law and Constitutional Studies Suggested Four-Year Plan - download .pdf format

Students may also consider completing an Area Studies Certificate in Law and Society.
Law and Society Area Studies Certificate - link to website

The Law and Constitutional Studies major is housed in the Department of Political Science. Department of Political Science Website - link to website

Scholarship Information - link to website


For Potential (new and transfer) Students

Quick Facts about the Law and Constitutional Studies Major - download .pdf format

Admission Requirements

New freshmen admitted to USU in good standing qualify for admission to Law and Constitutional Studies.

Transfer students from other institutions or from other USU majors need a 3.0 USU GPA and a 3.0 Career GPA for admission to Law and Constitutional Studies in good standing.