Degree: Graduate Certificate
If you've earned a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university, Kaplan University's certificate program could help you pursue a career in the paralegal profession.
Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Paralegal Studies Certificate Program has been in existence since 1988 and received the American Bar Association approval in 1990.
Degree: Master, Graduate Certificate
The course addresses the need for an alternative postgraduate education for graduates of law and other disciplines who wish to further their careers in the advice or legal/paralegal field.
Kaplan College has the paralegal studies program to help you meet your professional goals, with classes that fit your schedule.
If you have a bachelor's degree in any subject, you can get a fast track into a stable, rewarding career as a paralegal by getting a paralegal certificate.
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When you think of stretching your limits, what comes to mind? Think of a challenging course designed to give you all the tools you need to be successful in the paralegal field.
The post baccalaureate program at Hamline is a one year academic course of study leading to a certificate.
The Post-Baccalaureate Certificate is available for students who already have an undergraduate bachelors degree. This program allows college graduates to undertake intensive paralegal training.
The Paralegal Studies program will prepare you to work with an attorney in the preparation of legal documents, to manage legal files, to communicate with persons involved with legal matters, to perfor
Degree: Graduate Certificate, Master
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The Evening Paralegal Certificate Program has been a part of the Office of Continuing Education since 1983. Courses are offered during four terms each year.
Designed and taught by leading attorneys and paralegals in the Puget Sound region, theParalegal Studies Certificate Program prepares students to enter this growing field.