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Paralegal minor

The paralegal minor is designed to provide a quality educational experience that exposes students to the field of paralegal studies.

A minor consists of a minimum of 18 credits in a particular discipline and requires one 1000-level course and two 3000- and/or 4000-level courses. The remainder may be chosen from current discipline course offerings at any level and are determined by the student and academic advisor.

Paralegal Minor Course Options

  • PARA 1110 Introduction to Paralegalism/Legal Ethics
  • PARA 1115 Legal Research & Writing
  • PARA 2110 Civil Litigation

Choose two from the following courses, at least 2 must be at the 3000-level:

  • BUSN 3150 Business/Civil Law
  • CJ 3115 Criminal Evidence & Court Procedures
  • CJ 3135 Juvenile Justice System
  • ENVT 2125 Environmental Policy and Management
  • ENVT 3130 Environmental Law
  • HRM 2110 Employment Law
  • POSC 2110 State and Local Government
  • POSC 3110 Constitutional/Criminal Law
  • POSC 3120 Comparative Government
  • POSC 3130 Public Policy
  • SRM 3115 Legal Issues in Sport

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