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ERIC Number: ED092998
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1974-Mar
Pages: 12
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Judicial Communication Theory for Pre-Law Students.
Forston, Robert F.
In explaining the pre-law recruitment campaign and curriculum plans of the Speech Communication Department at Drake University, this paper places emphasis on the department's broader eclectic approach to human behavior and communication theory as it relates to law and other aspects of life. The curriculum for the pre-law communication major is flexible to meet the needs of the student and is planned with the student and his major advisor. The program includes approximately 36 credits of communication courses; 15 credits of requirements from English, psychology, and American history; 40 credits of a correlated complement for law school developed by the advisor and advisee from accounting, economics, political science, sociology, and English; 9-18 credits of an introduction to legal subjects for undergraduates in constitutional law, administrative law, and business law; and 15-24 credits in various elective subjects. (RB)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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