|Degree:||Not Applicable; University Transfer
|Description:||During your first year of pre-law studies at Parkland College you will take a wide range of classes in a number of different subject areas called the core requirements or distribution requirements. They allow you to try out different types of classes and help you to get a broader understanding of learning at the university level. The University of Saskatchewan offers a three-year program in Law, leading to a Juris Doctor (JD) degree. Prior to admission to the College of Law, a minimum of 60 credit units of university courses must be completed or the applicant must hold a Bachelor’s degree from a recognized institution. Enrolment to the College is limited, and applicants must have both a solid academic history and a high test score on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT).
Applicants wishing to enter the College of Law can take their first year of pre-law studies at Parkland College. Depending on your chosen direction before Law School, you may be able to take more than one year. The pre-Law credits or Bachelor’s degree can be in any area. You should count on working on a degree from either U of S or U of R that really interests you to fulfill the requirements for this program.