FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions
- Will the social science courses I take at Del Mar College transfer to other colleges and universities in Texas?
- I want to be a teacher. Who should I have advise me at Del Mar College?
- If I intend to go to law school, what should I major in now?
Answer: Generally, yes, but check with the college you are transferring to to make certain it will accept the Del Mar College course, and if there are any conditions attached.
Answer: You should be advised by a faculty member who teaches the subject you want to teach or will declare as your teaching major.
Answer: All students preparing for professional training in law should select an academic major, follow the suggested transfer plan for the associate degree, and plan to complete a baccalaureate degree in their major field. A broad liberal arts curriculum is the preferred preparation for law school.
Such a broad liberal arts curriculum involves education for comprehension and expression in words, critical understanding of the human institutions and values with which the law deals, and creative power in thinking. Most law schools require that the Law Admissions Test (LSAT) be taken during the first semester of the senior year. For specific information, consult the catalog of the law school(s) under consideration.