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Paralegal Studies

A paralegal is a person who has received specialized training through formal education or many years of work experience; works under the supervision and direction of an attorney; and performs non-clerical, substantive legal work in assisting an attorney (source: National Association of Legal Assistants).

The Paralegal program offers multiple options: You can take selected courses to further your career; you can enroll in a 33-credit certificate program; or you can apply those 33 credits towards the associate degree.

 

 

Program Requirements