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Tuesday, June 21, 2022
|USC Gould announces new B.S. in Legal Studies|
By Leslie Ridgeway
LOS ANGELES – With law becoming a more and more integral part of society, the University of Southern California’s Gould School of Law has introduced a new undergraduate degree: the Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies. This innovative course of study prepares students to understand how law shapes modern culture and to explore emerging employment opportunities, while benefitting from a unique multi-disciplinary education.
|Dean Guzman with undergraduate students|
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