The Law and Society Minor provides a unique opportunity to understand law as a social phenomenon that is central to the organization of social relations and social life.
The public and scholars alike have grown increasingly interested in the place of law in social, political, economic, and cultural life. The academic community at UBC have long been involved in the development of this emerging field and have worked to establish this program for the Law and Society Minor.
The Law and Society Minor is a multidisciplinary program, situating the study of legal structures, rules, and institutions within their full social, historical, economic, and political contexts.
By taking relevant courses in Anthropology, Classical, Near Eastern and Religious Studies, First Nations Studies, History, Political Science, Philosophy, Sociology, and Women’s Studies, undergraduate students will study legal structures, rules and institutions within their full social, historical, economic, and political contexts.
The Minor in Law and Society is especially suited to undergraduate students with an interest in law, public policy, governance, and social issues.
After completing at least 27 credits, students may declare this minor online at the Student Service Centre (SSC) when their registration window opens for the winter session.
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