Law for Arts & Science Students

Faculty of Law Program for Arts and Science Students

Studying Arts and Science but interested in Law? This unique Certificate in Law is an accelerated way to gain a competitive advantage in the job market or to access post-secondary studies. You will learn about Canadian Law, Aboriginal Law, Workplace Law, Corporate Law, Public & Constitutional Law, Intellectual Property and International Law in addition to completing your major within Arts and Science.

Queen's Certificate in Law has been designed for Queen's University Arts and Science students as an undergraduate Law program to be offered by the Law Faculty both online and in a blended format on campus.

The Certificate offers a series of seven introductory level Law courses. Students who successfully complete four of the seven courses will receive a Queen's Certificate in Law, which will be recognized on their final transcript. Two of these courses may also be counted toward a student's Arts and Science degree program.

Learn more about the admission criteria and curriculum

Please note: With the exception of students who have transferred from another Faculty or School into the Faculty of Arts and Science, a maximum of 6.0 units from courses offered by other Faculties and Schools may be counted towards the Program and/or Plan requirements of any degree in the Faculty of Arts and Science.