The Paralegal Certificate program is designed to provide students with an affordable and accessible path to becoming a paralegal. This program is streamlined to provide education in the most employable and demanding areas of the law, while still offering the essential paralegal courses of study. Certificates may be earned in only 8 months by attending morning classes, Saturday classes, or in the evening taking paralegal classes online.
The Paralegal Certificate program is 24 semester credit hours.
Already have a college degree? This program is perfect for you. Our paralegal certificate complements your degree and experience with essential paralegal skills needed to work with confidence in some of the most employable and interesting areas of law.
The fun, online quiz takes 3 minutes to complete and you’ll get a personalized report. Identify your strengths and social style plus the training and positions you’re best suited for. Get Your Paralegal Career Training Readiness Score Now!
If you are working towards your first college degree the Associate of Applied Science Degree Paralegal Program could be a better path to beginning your paralegal career. The AAS Degree provides a more comprehensive preparation for a paralegal career and leads directly into the Bachelor of Arts: Law and Business program for those seeking to earn their bachelor's degree.
Required Paralegal Specialty Courses
(18 Semester Credit Hours)
Elective Paralegal Specialty Courses
Select 2 (6 Semester Credit Hours)
Students without a previous college degree are strongly encouraged to continue to the A.A.S. Degree program. All credits earned in the paralegal certificate will transfer and reduce the cost of the degree program accordingly.
Paralegal Certificate Tuition and Fees
*Previous college credit may be submitted and reviewed for transfer.
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