Pre-Law in Intellectual Property - Undergraduate Minor

The Pre-Law Intellectual Property minor at New Mexico State University is part of a pre-law education program that addresses the growing demand for lawyers with a strong understanding of a broad cross-section of STEM subjects. A student must pass 19 credits of courses with a grade C- or better chosen from Pre-Law Intellectual Property minor page available on the Chemical and Materials Engineering website. No courses may be taken S/U. All prerequisites for the classes must be met or consent of the instructor obtained before enrolling in class.

Required Courses
CHME 449Intellectual Property for Engineers and Scientists3
COMM 351Persuasion Theory and Practice3
BLAW 316Legal Environment of Business3
ENGL 311GAdvanced Composition3
GOVT 308Prepping for Law School Admissions Test1
GOVT 100GAmerican National Government3
PHIL 100GPhilosophy, Law and Ethics3
Total Credits19