Computer Requirements

Taft Law School faculty believe evidence of computer literacy is required to earn a credible graduate degree in any discipline. Technology also plays an important part in a student’s ability to communicate with administration, faculty, and fellow students. Accordingly, all students (including students enrolled in independent study courses) must have access to a computer with the minimum specifications set forth in the current Taft Law School General Catalog.

 

Minimum Hardware Requirements

​Any modern internet connected desktop or laptop computer capable of meeting the below software requirements will be sufficient. While course materials are accessible to mobile devices, access to a desktop or laptop computer is required for completion of assignments and examinations. Some supplemental materials and activities will require a functioning audio device and speakers. Reliable and consistent access to the internet is required.

  • Intel® Celeron® 2.0GHz (or AMD® equivalent) Processor

  • 2 Gigabytes of RAM

 

Software Requirements
  • Microsoft Windows® Vista/7/8/10.

  • Microsoft Office® or comparable software 
    (Must be able to create .DOC or .DOCX format files)

  • Internet Explorer® 7.0 (or Higher) 
    (Available at no cost when downloaded from the Internet. Any modern browser will be acceptable. Google Chrome is recommended for the best experience.)

  • E-Mail Capability
    (Available at no cost from various providers)

  • Adobe Acrobat Reader® 
    (Available at no cost when downloaded from the Internet)

 

(A Macintosh® environment may not be compatible with the School's system and will not be supported by the School's Technical Support. More Information.)