We took a tour last week. From the "looks" of it, I would think that the pre-law (yes, I would suspect that the school slants right-ish; John Yoo is there as visiting prof - think "unitary executive power" and torture memos; however, there are other, balancing forces on faculty). Also, I thought that the business school seemed more substantial than I would have suspected. There appears to be an entrepreneurial program, and maybe a real estate related curriculum. It looks like Businessweek ranked the program in Top 50 (at 46, coming out of nowhere). In social sciences I would think that the econ program is stellar - there's a new prof, Nobel prize winner from George Mason, who has started his own program in experimental econ. The tourguide also mentioned the new performing arts - music program, which was invited to Beijing, but declined due to logistical problems or something. There's a lot of good, interesting things happening there, I believe.