The Pathways are an advising tool for you to use in selecting your courses. Each Pathway identifies recommended courses that you should consider taking in light of your particular practice goals. These Pathways do not create any specialties, concentrations or required courses. Rather, they are intended to advise you about courses that should be useful in your pursuit of a particular practice area after graduation.
The faculty adopted the Pathways approach to help you with your course planning. However, consulting with a faculty advisor or advisors is the best way to choose which courses to take. Indeed, the Pathways may serve as a useful starting point for an advising session with a faculty member. While the Pathways list courses that are recommended or helpful to students who are interested in a particular practice area, it is possible that one or more of the courses listed in a Pathway may not be offered in a given academic year.
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