The Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies degree program prepares students for entry-level positions in the fields of law, government, civil service, public advocacy, and business compliance. The program also provides students with the foundation required to pursue graduate studies in Law.
Throughout the Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies degree program, students explore and understand how various government models, business practices, economic forces, societal beliefs, and values determine the process of how laws are initiated, accepted, and applied.
Students will gain practical knowledge related to the ethical and constitutional foundations of law while they develop strong organizational, research, and writing skills.
International students who have completed two trimesters of study at KWU will have the opportunity to apply for participation in a U.S. based internship program. Interested students should contact the Admissions team at least four months in advance of the date they would like to begin their internship.
Internship applicants must be in good academic standing and have no outstanding financial obligations with KWU.
The location and duration of such programs may vary depending on the student's interest, their academic standing, and prior work experience.
Additional expenses associated with participating in the internship program are not included in KWU tuition rates. Visa support is provided for qualified students by an external party.
Individuals seeking admission to KWU’s Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies degree program must provide evidence of completing a high school diploma or GED equivalent.
International students are required to submit proof of graduation from a foreign institution comparable to United States secondary school.