Paralegal Studies, Post-Baccalaureate Certificate
Eight courses are required to complete the post-baccalaureate certificate (non-credit). Students must earn a grade of 70 percent or better in each course in order to earn their certificate. Grades are issued on the basis of honors (90 percent or higher), pass (70 percent through 89 percent), and fail (less than 70 percent). Students can earn a Certificate with Honors by completing seven of the eight required courses in the program with a grade of honors.
|ETHICS & PROFESSIONALISM
|ADVANCED LITIGATION AND E-DISCOVERY
|Students take one of the following:
|ESTATES,TRUSTS & WILLS
|CORPORATIONS AND LLC LAW
|LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW
|Total Credit Hours
Paralegal elective courses run on a rotating basis throughout the academic year determined by market demand and student interest. Not all elective courses are offered every semester except for the Paralegal Internship. Contact the program director for more information.
Transfer of Paralegal Courses
The program may accept up to four paralegal courses toward the Paralegal Studies Program course requirements from other ABA-approved paralegal programs. The courses need to have been taken no longer than six years prior to the date on which the student enrolls in Roosevelt University's paralegal program.