Suggested Schedule

Paralegal Studies Program Requirements

Associate in Applied Science

Section A: General Education Courses

LS 2803 Introduction to Law

ENGL 1113 English Composition I

ENGL 1213 English Composition II+

HIST 1213 U. S. History to 1877 or

HIST 1223 U. S. History since 1877

MATH or Minimum of 3 cr. hrs., 1000+ level

SCIENCE 3 - 4 (Hours)

POLS 1113 American Federal Government

General Education Elective

HPER 2 Hrs. May be activity or other HPER courses

Credit Hours: 26-27

Section B: Program Requirements

LS 2813 Legal Research & Writing I

LS 2823 Legal Research & Writing II

LS 2833 WordPerfect for the Legal Profession

LS 2843 Law Office Practice and Procedures

LS 2853 Civil Procedure I

LS 2863 Civil Procedure II

LS 2873 Contracts

LS 2993 Paralegal Studies Capstone Seminar

Credit Hours: 24

Section C: Support and Related

LS 2943 Legal Assistand Internship+

LS 2883 Torts+ (SPRING ONLY)

LS 2893 Bankruptcy+ (SPRING ONLY)

LS 2903 Computers in the Law

LS 2913 Wills and Trusts+ (FALL ONLY)

LS 2923 Business Organizations+ (FALL ONLY)

LS 2933 Estate Administration+ (SPRING ONLY)

LS 2953 Domestic Relations+ (SPRING ONLY)

LS 2963 Real Property+ (SPRING ONLY)

LS 2973 Administrative Law+ (FALL ONLY)

LS 2983 Debtors' Rights/Creditors' Remedies+ (FALL ONLY)

LS 2793 Selected Legal Topics+ (FALL ONLY)

Credit Hours: 12

How to plan your course schedule

The suggested course sequence is based on twelve hours per semester. The general education courses are not listed in the suggested course sequence. Students are advised to enroll in a combination of legal specialty courses and general education courses. All courses listed are three (3) credit hour courses. The + indicates prerequisites for the course. Admission into the Paralegal Studies Program is a prerequisite for all legal specialty courses, unless permission is obtained from the Program Director. If a course is not offered each semester, the semester in which it is offered is shown in parentheses.

First Semester

LS 2803 Introduction to Law
LS 2813 Legal Research and Writing I+

LS 2843 Law Office Practice and Procedures
ENGL 1113 English Composition I

Prerequisites

LS 2803 (or concurrent enrollment) and
ENGL 1113 (or concurrent enrollment)
LS 2813 (or concurrent enrollment)

Second Semester

LS 2823 Legal Research and Writing II+

LS 2833 Word Processing for the Legal Professional+
LS Support and Related Course
ENGL 1213 English Composition II

LS 2813; and
ENGL 1213 (or concurrent enrollment)
LS 2813; approval of the instructor

Third Semester

LS 2853 Civil Procedure I+
LS 2873 Contracts+
LS Support and Related Course
LS Support and Related Course

LS 2823 (or concurrent enrollment)
LS 2813

Fourth Semester

LS 2863 Civil Procedure II+
LS 2993 Paralegal Studies Capstone Seminar

LS Support and Related Course

LS 2853
LS 2823; and
LS 2853 (or concurrent enrollment)

Support and Related Courses

LS 2793 Selected Legal Topics+ (FALL)
LS 2883 Torts+ (SPRING)
LS 2893 Bankruptcy+ (SPRING)
LS 2903 Info. Management in the Law (SPRING)

LS 2913 Wills and Trusts+ (FALL)
LS 2923 Business Organizations+ (FALL)
LS 2933 Estate Administration+ (SPRING)
LS 2943 Paralegal Studies Internship+
LS 2953 Domestic Relations+ (SPRING)
LS 2963 Real Property+ (SPRING)
LS 2973 Administrative Law+ (FALL)
LS 2983 Debtor-Creditor Law (FALL)

LS 2813
LS 2813
LS 2813
LS 2823 LS 2813; BA 1203 or
Approval of the professor
LS 2813
LS 2813
LS 2813
LS 2813; permission of program director
LS 2813
LS 2813
LS 2813
LS 2813

General Education (Other than ENGL which is specifically listed in sequence.)

HIST 1483 US History to 1877 or

HIST 1493 US History since 1877

POLS 1113 American Fed. Govt.

Math/Science 3 - 4 hrs, 1000+ level

Gen-Ed Elective

3 hrs from one of the following areas:

Economics, psychology, social sciences,

Foreign languages, fine arts (art, music, theatre)

HUM

3 hrs from complete list in catalog

HPER

2 hours of activity or other HPER Courses

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