Major Courses- 33 hours
PRL 150Introduction to Paralegalism (3)
PRL 151Introduction to Legal Principles (3) S
PRL 152Legal Research (3)
PRL 261Intro Corporate Law (3)
PRL 271Intro Estates & Probate (3)
PRL 281Intro Real Estate Law (3)
PRL 291Intro Litigation Procedures (3)
PRL 380Internship Experience (3)
PRL 415Law Office Practice Seminar (3)
Choose two of the following courses: (6 hours)
PRL 311Corporate Law Practice (3)
PRL 321Estates, Tax, and Planning (3)
PRL 331Real Estate Law Practice (3)
PRL 341Litigation Practice & Procedure (3)
PRL 350Fund of Insurance for Paralegals (1-3)
PRL 355Family Law (3)
Residency Requirement - 18 hours and have a bachelor’s degree or an associate degree with a sufficient number of general education credits.
Graduates of the Paralegal Studies program will be able to:
- perform the duties of an entry level paralegal in a law firm or other legal work setting.
- interpret and apply legal codes of ethics in a work environment.
- perform legal research using both printed and electronic sources.