Associates Degree Required Courses

Classes are coded (lecture hours per week - lab hours per week - credits for the semester). So, a class with (3-0-3) means the class has 3 hours of lecture per week, 0 hours of lab per week, and 3 credits is received for successful completion of the course. the number of lab hours per week will differ during the summer term.

Associates Degree Suggested Course Sequence (New Course Sequence Fall 2017)

* It is possible for you to receive credit by exam for OST 136. Please see details for OST credit by examination. For information on testing out of CIS 110, please contact the Information Technology Department.

*** Students must receive a “C” or better in an LEX course in order to receive credit for that course towards a paralegal degree.

Students may take a combination of traditional, hybrid, and online courses; however, students are required to take at least ten semester credits or the equivalent of legal specialty courses through traditional classroom instruction.

Note: Paralegals may not provide legal services directly to the public, except as permitted by law.