Associate's Degree Program
In addition to the
National Paralegal College offers a course of study leading to an associate's degree in paralegal studies. This program is suitable for students who seek a broad-based foundation in legal studies and business, as well as for students who would like to use their paralegal training as a stepping-stone to a bachelor's degree.
The amount of time required to complete the associate's degree program varies with student course load, as illustrated below.
|For students taking 3 courses at a time:
|For students taking 2 courses at a time:
|For students taking 1 course at a time:
To earn an associate's degree, a student must earn a total of 60 credits, as follows:
* These courses have recommended prerequisites.
** These courses have required prerequisites.
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NOTE: Students may substitute up to three general education courses with additional legal specialty courses from the list above.