College of Liberal Arts
Dr. Becky da Cruz
Assistant Professor, Moot Court Coordinator and Phi Alpha Delta Advisor
Department of Criminal Justice, Social & Political Science
To enter law school, students must have a bachelor's degree. Although no specific degree is required, the pre-law program at Armstrong State University helps to prepare students for the rigors of law school. Students interested in becoming lawyers typically major in a traditional liberal arts degree program or the social sciences, but any major with the correct advising will prepare students for law school. A lawyer has a variety of practice opportunities, including working for a nonprofit organization, a government agency, or a private law firm.