Over the past decade students have embraced the ability to take classes online. Thanks to advanced technology and the proliferation of high speed Internet, students can attend online classes and have much the same experience as a traditional classroom.
Our Online Interactive Instruction™ takes a modern approach to online paralegal education. Attend classes wherever you are with your computer, laptop, iPad, iPhone and broadband Internet connection. Meet with your instructor and classmates once a week to learn and discuss new information and gain skills. Use the rest of the week to prepare, study and collaborate. Online or traditional . Same curriculum. Same results.
You might be surprised at how far online learning technology has advanced. Center for Advanced Legal Studies incorporates industry leading technology from Blackboard and Microsoft into our paralegal classes. Below is a small sample of what some of this technology looks like.
Most of our online students attend classes live two days per week to meet with their instructor and classmates. The rest of the time they can access their courses and materials 24/7.
In live class students can see and hear their instructor and classmates, view PowerPoint presentations and legal documents live on the whiteboard, annd raise their hands to ask questions. All sessions are recorded and can be viewed later on computers, tablets and smartphones.
Outside of class, students can view prerecorded videos and lectures, interact in discussions about course topics, take self-tests and quizzes, and submit their assignments using Office 365. All these class activities can be accomplished on their schedule, when it is convenient for them.
Increasingly students are enrolling in online classes and most love the experience. If you are interested in learning more, contact your admission representative to schedule a consultation which includes a demonstration of this fantastic technology.
Residents of all 50 states are eligible for enrollment into programs offered via distance education at CALS.
Center for Advanced Legal Studies has been approved by Texas to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements. NC-SARA is a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of postsecondary distance education. Accordingly, students residing in the 49 participating states (CA residents see below) may enroll in programs offered by CALS.
Center for Advanced Legal Studies is registered with the California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education and therefore authorized to admit students from California.