It is not a specific program or course of study. The term is a signal indicating that one wishes to attend law school following the successful completion of an undergraduate baccalaureate degree in an accredited college or university. None of the American Bar Association's (ABA) accredited law schools require a specific course of study or specific course(s) as a prerequisite to law school admission.
At Rollins College, a student may choose a major field of study from many disciplines, including self-designed majors. A graduate of Rollins College who has satisfied all of the College's requirements for the bachelor of arts degree will have completed the minimal requirements for admission to any ABA-accredited law school. A graduate who has majored in history or physics or philosophy or politics stands on equal footing, for admission purposes, with a student who has majored in theater, foreign language, biology, sociology, or any other of the majors offered by the College.