Start your journey toward a career in law through the Chaffey College Pathway to Law School Certificate program. Unlike medical schools and other graduate programs, law schools do not have undergraduate course requirements. They seek to assemble a diverse group of students with different backgrounds and majors. That means you can gain admission to law school regardless of your undergraduate degree. However, some legal specialties are limited to specific degrees. For example, patent lawyers are typically required to have a degree in engineering or in the sciences. Pathway to Law School students may study any subject while studying law. Chaffey offers this program through a sponsorship with California LAW, Inc. – an organization focused on preparing students as early as high school for law and law-related careers. Interested students should contact their counselor or a member of the Chaffey College law faculty for more information on this certificate program.