Gain skills for success as a paralegal, legal analyst, law clerk, court report, and more. Graduates find job opportunities in law firms, state and federal legal offices, and major corporations.


*Paralegals assist attorneys in legal research, writing and case investigation. Paralegals cannot provide legal advice to the public except as authorized by law.

*All students receiving a Paralegal Certificate or a B.S. in Paralegal Studies must take at least 9 credits of synchronous instruction.