DBU provides a Pre-Law program that is designed to holistically prepare students for law school. While law schools typically do not have any pre-requisite requirements for admission, DBU does provide a robust set of Pre-Law classes to help prepare students for success in law school. Pre-Law classes are taught in a mixed-method style that models law school classes, but the classes are also geared towards an undergraduate learning style. These courses are designed to help students get a picture of what law school will look like and determine if law school is for them. Students have the opportunity to put this knowledge into practice outside of the classroom through internships, research opportunities, missions, and more. DBU also provides help in preparing for law school, studying for the LSAT, prepping application materials, and career guidance for those who are considering a calling in the law. Whether a student takes Pre-Law classes at DBU or not, our Pre-Law Advisor can serve as a resource for students who want to prepare themselves for law school.
Minimum GPA Required for Graduation from Dallas Baptist University: DBU requires a minimum cumulative, major, and minor GPA of 2.0.
To learn more about this Pre-Professional Program, contact the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at 214.333.5238.