A student applying to the Certificate in Paralegal Studies must have the following: a bachelor’s degree or 60 semester hours (including a minimum of 18 in general education) from a regionally accredited college. The general education must include at least three semester hours in college-level English composition and 15 units from at least three of the following academic areas: social and behavioral science; English composition and literature; foreign language; mathematics; humanities; natural science; appreciation or history of the arts.
Requirements: 32 semester hours
Same as the Core Requirements for the B.S., Legal Studies, except that LS 499 is not required. An elective in an area of interest is encouraged.
|LS 301||American Legal Studies||4|
|LS 304||Legal Research and Writing||4|
|LS 311||Law Office Computer Applications||2|
|LS 355||Advanced Research & Writing||2|
|LS 365||Litigation I||4|
|LS 368||Litigation II||4|
|LS 490||Paralegal Internship & Ethics||4|