The Law, Science, and Technology minor is designed to prepare students interested in computer science, business, technology, health fields, the arts, media or other majors that rely on the creation and management of creative or industrial works. Through these courses, students will explore the role of law, regulation, and legislative policy in shaping these fields. The minor develops the students’ critical reasoning and communication skills while introducing the building blocks of the twenty-first century creative economy. This minor can be combined with any major.
Law, Science, and Technology Minor Requirements (18 credits)
- LEGS 1150 Introduction to Law and the Legal Profession (3 Credits)
- LEGS 3600 Federal Privacy Law (3 Credits)
- LEGS 3601 Introduction to Intellectual Property (3 Credits)
- LEGS 3602 Social Values for Law, Science, and Technology (3 Credits)
- LEGS 3603 Electronic Commerce and Digital Trade (3 Credits)
- LEGS 3604 Cyber Law and Modern Mass Communications Policy (3 Credits)
The academic program and curriculum requirements listed on this page are from the NSU Undergraduate Student Catalog.
Although offered by the College of Law, only the professional J.D. degree prepares students for the practice of law and only the undergraduate major in Paralegal Studies or the Paralegal Postbaccalaureate Certificate provides students the training to become a paralegal.