Are you thinking about the possibility of attending law school in the future?  That makes you a “Pre-Law” student.  At Indiana State University, “Pre-Law” is not a major, a minor, a program or series of courses.  Pre-Law simply means that you plan to attend law school following your undergraduate degree.  You may choose any major, but those that serve to sharpen skills important to law schools and the legal profession, critical reading, logic, communication and analytical skills may be particularly helpful.  Law schools have absolutely no required prerequisite courses and no preferred majors.