Programs

Paralegal Studies

Description

Paralegal studies degree programs are designed to give students the information and hands-on training they need to be able to join the workforce as paralegals right after graduation. At MacCormac College, our paralegal studies degree program includes coursework and practical education that allows students to develop their critical thinking, legal research, legal writing, active listening, and other skills that paralegals need to use every day.

 PARALEGAL STUDIES COURSES

LAW-1100

Introduction to Paralegal Studies

3.0

LAW-1200

Legal Research and Writing I

3.0

LAW-1250

Legal Research & Writing II

3.0

LAW-1800

Torts Law

3.0

LAW-2830

Civil Litigation  and Procedures

3.0

LAW-2850

Criminal Law and Procedures

3.0

LAW-2640

Real Estate Law

3.0

LAW-2670

Family Law

3.0

LAW-2810

Estates and Trusts

3.0

LAW-2900

Paralegal Studies Required Elective: E-DISCOVERY

3.0

GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES

COL-1010

First-Year Experience

1.0

CIS-1150

Introduction to Computers

3.0

COL-2750

Professional Experience

3.0

ENG-1010

College Composition I

3.0

ENG-1020

College Composition II

3.0

PHIL-2050

Introduction to Ethics

3.0

PSY-1010

Introduction to Psychology

3.0

SOC-2010

Introduction to Sociology

3.0

SPE-2110

Speech Communication

3.0

BIO-1010

Humans and the Environment

 
 

OR

4.0

EAR-1010

Introduction to Earth Science

 

ECON-2210

Macroeconomics

 
 

OR

3.0

ECON-2220

Microeconomics

 
 

DEGREE CREDIT HOURS REQUIRED

62.0