Areas of Concentration
Law school is more than an opportunity to learn about law. Law school also gives you the chance to learn about yourself. It’s an opportunity to discover what you are passionate about and to learn how those interests can translate into a successful, fulfilling legal career.
At Texas A&M School of Law, students have the opportunity to engage in specific courses of study — similar to majors in college. Earning a concentration in one of these areas and taking the prescribed courses will offer you a valuable credential in the job market as an official acknowledgment of your expertise in a specific area of law.
Generally, each program requires that you achieve a minimum grade point average in at least 16 hours of related, qualifying courses. For further information, contact the faculty advisor listed within each concentration.