The two-year Paralegal Studies program is designed to prepare graduates to enter the legal profession with adequate knowledge of and expertise in the legal system and substantive and procedural law to be able to assist an attorney in the delivery of legal services. The student who completes this curriculum will be eligible to receive an Associate of Applied Science degree.
Program advisor is Kim Dayton, program coordinator and associate professor of paralegal studies.
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