Since law schools do not require that any special undergraduate curriculum be followed, no one program can be described as the best preparation for law school. Students should seek a broad foundation in the arts and sciences. Many students preparing for law school choose majors in political science, history, English, modern languages, philosophy, or programs in mathematics and the sciences. In selecting a course of study, students should consult a prelaw adviser at the Office of Advising and Academic Services.
For information, refer to https://prelaw.rutgers.edu.
Please also refer to the above resource for information on
the three-plus-three bachelor's and juris doctor program with Rutgers Law School.