Every year, more than 50,000 students nationwide plan to attend law school, but only a small percentage of those students conscientiously select an undergraduate course of study that will help them in law school and beyond.
An undergraduate degree from a technological university such as Illinois Tech can be advantageous for a future lawyer. Illinois Tech is one of only a few institutes of technology with a law school, and can provide a competitive advantage as opportunities in patent, healthcare, and intellectual property law continue to grow.
- Non-engineering majors: 3+3 program
- Engineering majors: 4+3 program
Benefits of the program:
- Guaranteed admission to Kent School of Law (contingent upon criteria below)
- Pre-Law advising
- Assistance chossing courses to gain necessary critical thinking and writing skills
- Assistance choosing area of law based on interests
- Expert individualized advice
Requirements for high school applicants:
- 3.5/4.0 GPA
- ACT or SAT
- Minimum ACT composite: 28
- Minimum old SAT composite (math + verbal): 1280
- Minimum new SAT composite (math + verbal): 1340
- Be in the top 25% of class (if your school ranks)
Requirements for transfer applicants:
- 3.5 GPA
International students are eligible for admission to the Honors Law Program.
A student accepted into the Honors Law (B.S./J.D.) program is guaranteed admission to IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law if the student meets the following criteria:
- Maintain a 3.25 GPA at Illinois Tech
- Score 150 on the LSAT
- Submit a completed application to Kent
Supplemental application and materials are required for this program.
Please contact the people below for additional information.
Margaret Power, Honors Law Advisor
Samantha Sleva, Dual Programs Coordinator
High school students: April 1
Transfer students: July 1