A.A.S. in Paralegal Studies
This A.A.S. degree prepares students to work under the supervision of an attorney preparing legal documents, researching and compiling information, and communicating with clients. Students receive training in a variety of legal areas, including
contracts and property law, as well as legal ethics, research, and
Choose electives in fields that interest you most, such as
family law, administrative law, evidence, criminal law, probate and
estates, employment law, and intellectual property law.
You will gain practical hands-on experience in a local work setting to see firsthand what it is like to be a paralegal.
See required courses for a Paralegal A.A.S. degree.
See Paralegal course descriptions.