Colleges with undergrad Major in Business Law

<p>I'm looking for colleges with undergrad majors or concentrations in business law. I'm looking for more prominent schools. Right now, so far, I'm considering Boston College. Anywhere else you guys know of? None of the million colleges search engines offer Business Law as an option for an undergrad major/concentration.</p>

<p>Search engines maybe not, but Google is your friend. </p>

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<p>How are your stats? Cornell CALS is pretty great.</p>

<p>Why would you want to study business law as an undergraduate major?</p>

<p>I'm interested in business law. It may or may not affect my law application, but that's what I want to do, so that's what I want to do. I'm not big into choosing a 'stepping stone' undergrad like poli sci or finance. Thanks for the suggestions guys!</p>

<p>I looked up Cornell but I didn't find any major even related to business law...</p>

<p>Why not major in business or economics and then pursue a JD or JD/MBA? Most law schools frown upon law-focused undergraduate programs, and at the top law schools it's a big disadvantage in admissions. I wouldn't have even thought that business law was an undergraduate major at any college.</p>

<p>Is it really a disadvantage?</p>

<p>About</a> the ILR School</p>

<p>Its pretty close to what you are looking for, lots of classes related to the subject at Cornell. You will be at a far greater advantage with a major that is somewhat related from a top school such as Cornell. I honestly have never even heard of a direct business law major at a top school.</p>

<p>I think you should be a little more open-minded, or be concerned about the risk of not being open minded.</p>

<p>Oh you said the CALS not the ILR. I understand now.</p>