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Pre-Law

Interested in studying law? Entrance into law school requires two full years of undergraduate study (60 credit hours) and completion of the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). Briercrest can help you meet those requirements.

Credit Hours: 60
    Requirements 

Program Overview

Students wishing to complete the pre-law professional pathway at Briercrest have two options:complete the minimum of 60 credit hours of transferrable courses or complete a full Bachelor’s degree. Beginning the educational journey at Briercrest provides students with a learning community that is grounded in faith.



Since universities differ as to their requirements and acceptance of transfer credits, please consult the university you plan to attend for program specific admission requirements. Briercrest students have successfully gained entrance to the College of Law at the University of Saskatchewan. Click here for an up to date list of Briercrest courses that are transferrable to the University of Saskatchewan. Many other Canadian universities refer to this list as well.



Suggested pathways of study include Biblical Studies, Humanities, and English. 



TESOL feels like a family all the time! It's also a really practical degree because you have the Biblical core and the theology to be able to articulate the gospel to those in need and all the training required to be able to teach English.
Meghan Cee