Paralegal Studies Minor
Students must complete 60 credit hours of course work prior to enrolling in the 300-level paralegal studies minor courses with the exception of PARA 301, which can be taken once students have completed the university writing requirement. It is recommended that students have a 2.5 or higher grade point average prior to enrolling in the Paralegal Studies minor courses. Students with a grade point average lower than 2.5 should contact Carrie Lausen, the Paralegal Studies Program Director, before beginning the minor. Students will be allowed to transfer in a maximum of six credit hours from other ABA-approved paralegal programs. All courses for the minor must be completed with a grade of C or better and a minimum GPA of 2.0.
Seven courses (21 credit hours) are required for the Paralegal Studies minor.
|Students must take the following six courses:
|ETHICS & PROFESSIONALISM
|Students may choose one of the following for their final course:
|ADVANCED LITIGATION AND E-DISCOVERY
|CORPORATIONS AND LLC LAW
|LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW
|Total Credit Hours