Paralegal Studies Associate's Degrees
Does working in the world of law interest you? If so you can get a foot in the door by getting an associate’s degree in paralegal studies. Having an entry level degree can lead you to possibly getting a position as an entry level paralegal or help you to get hired on as a legal secretary. There are a lot of different schools where you can attend on campus or online to get your associate’s degree in paralegal studies. Some great schools offer a variety of degree programs that will help you enter the legal world. Kaplan University for example offers an associate’s degree in paralegal studies via the web, making it very convenient for you to schedule your studies around the rest of your life.
All of the courses you will encounter while getting an associate’s degree in paralegal studies will be taught by accredited instructors who have or still work in the legal field and are well rounded in their knowledge of the law. Some of the things you will find in the classroom atmosphere are web field trips, lectures and readings, group activities and the ability to participate in online discussions.
When you go for an associate’s degree for paralegals you can plan on studying a variety of different subjects such as legal research, civil litigations, legal contracts, criminal law, etc. All of this can help prepare you for work at a law firm, government agencies or corporations that need someone to work in their legal departments.
Paralegal Studies Schools
Designed with the needs of working adult students in mind, South University, Online Programs is built on the similar curriculum offered at South University's campus locations. As a student at South University, Online Programs you will receive the same quality instruction, variety of learning options and level of service found at the campus locations.
- Paralegal Studies (AS)
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- A.S. in Legal Studies
- Certificate: Paralegal (Legal Studies)
- B.S. in Legal Studies