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Santa Ana College is one of a select group of community colleges chosen to participate in the Pathway to Law School Program (2+2+3).This program is sponsored by the California State Bar’s Council on Access and Fairness (COAF) and the California Community College Chancellor’s Office. This program is an unprecedented effort within California higher education to enhance opportunities and advancement in the legal profession for diverse populations, particularly those who have traditionally been underrepresented.
This program is designed to prepare students to successfully apply to law school. There are no specific requirements to enter the program, but students should have an interest in the law and a strong determination to succeed at Santa Ana College and earn a bachelor’s degree. For more information please visit the following websites: https://sites.google.com/site/calbardream/or www. DiscoverLaw.org.
Any student who is interested in being part of the SAC Pathway to Law School Program, attending law school or receiving more information should attend one of our orientation sessions held prior to the start of each semester. Students can also request more information about the program from Professor Kristen Robinson at Robinson_Kristen@sac.edu.(Participation in this program does not guarantee admission to any participating university or law school.)
To prepare students to successfully transfer to a four-year university and successfully enroll in a law school program as part of the California State Bar and California Community College State Chancellor’s office initiative, "Pathway to Law School." Upon completion of the program, students will receive a certificate of achievement on their transcript to indicate to admitting universities and law schools they have completed the pathway program.
Any student with a goal to enter law school should complete the Pathway to Law School program. This program is recognized as part of the California State Bar and California Community College State Chancellor’s office initiative "Pathway to Law School."
|LAW 100*||Introduction to Legal Studies||3|
|ENGL 103/ ENGL 103H||Critical Thinking and Writing/Critical Thinking and Writing Honors||4|
|PHIL 110/PHIL 110H||Critical Thinking/Critical Thinking Honors||4|
|PHIL 111||Introductory Logic||4|
|MATH 219/ MATH 219H||Statistics and Probability/Honors Statistics and Probability||4|
|PSYC 210||Statistics for the behavioral Sciences||4|
|ENGL 101/ENGL 101H||Freshman Composition/Honors Freshman Composition||4|
|HIST 120/HIST 120H||The United States to 1865/Honors The United States to 1865||3|
|POLT 101/POLT 101H||Introduction to American Governments/Honors Introduction to American Governments||3|
|BUS 105||Legal Environment of Business||3|
|BUS 101||Business Law||3|
|LAW 105||The Legal Environment of Business||3|
|PARA 121||Ethics and Professional Responsibility||2|
|LAW 299||Cooperative Work Experience Education - Occupational||1-4|
|PARA 105||Cooperative Work Experience Education - Occupational|||
|PARA 299||Cooperative Work Experience Education||1-4|