Studying law encompasses a wide spectrum of stimulating and intellectually demanding material, but at Clearwater Christian College Pre-Law is
an engaging exercise that will broaden your perspective on the legal system and the business world. At times you will work in
small groups where energetic participation is expected. You will need to be highly motivated and self-disciplined to properly
learn the law. Successful law students acquire advanced communication skills, keen problem-solving abilities, a capacity for
independent thinking, and a proficiency in print-based and online legal research.
Why choose Pre-Law at Clearwater Christian
- Full SACS accreditation which enables you to be considered for degrees in ongoing education
- Ethical foundation in the Word of God, not societal norms
- Solid liberal arts curriculum with strong emphasis in humanities and English skills that aid in effective communication
- Faculty with law experience who assist students in law school admission
- Prominent training in analytic and problem solving skills, involving critical thinking and the ability to structure
and evaluate arguments for and against propositions from a Biblical, ethical standpoint
While there are no additional admissions requirements, those enrolling in the Pre-Law major are expected to establish and maintain a
3.5 grade point average. Pre-Law majors are also expected to have a love for research and excellent oral and written communications skills.
Interesting Classes I Might Take
- American Government
- Argumentation and Debate
- Business Law
- Creative and Expository Writing
- Introduction to Philosophy
- Macro and Micro Economics
In addition to those shown above the following individuals are also teaching classes included in the Pre-Law major:
-Dr. Zachary Gray
-Dr. Ralph Hayes
What can I do with a major in Pre-Law?
- Foreign Diplomat or Embassy Representative
- Public Defender
- and more
What are CCC Pre-Law graduates doing now?
Employers: Pinellas County Florida, Tripp & Tripp Law Group, Florida Department of Education
Graduate schools: Stetson Law School, University of Florida, Regents University, University of South Carolina