Legal Studies for the Paralegal, Certificate of Proficiency
Florissant Valley and Meramec
Students may obtain a certificate or an associate degree.
Persons interested in this program should have an interest in the law. They should be self-motivated, able to work without supervision and have good oral and written communication skills.
The certificate is designed for students who have the following:
- a college degree, either an associate or bachelor, in any subject matter;
- or a minimum of 60 college credit hours which include Communications (6 credit hours), Social Science (12 credit hours) and Business (9 credit hours);
- or a department approval to be limited to persons with five or more years of experience working under the direct supervision of an attorney in a law office, company, corporation or court.
Interested in this program? Start the enrollment process by visiting stlcc.edu/enroll.
|LGL 104||Introduction to Civil Trial Procedures||3|
|LGL 108||Introduction to Law for the Paralegal||3|
|LGL 106||Computers and the Law||3|
|LGL 217||Legal Research||3|
|LGL 218||Legal Writing||3|
|Select 15 credit hours of the following:||15|
|Wills, Trusts and Probate|
|Real Estate Law|
|Advanced Civil Litigation|
|Workplace Learning: Paralegal|
|Criminal Law and Procedure for the Paralegal|
|Legal Research on the Internet|
|Alternative Dispute Resolution|
|Law Office Administration|
|Total Credit Hours||30|