This program is designed to develop professional, entry-level competencies in each of these areas. Paralegals perform specifically delegated, substantive legal work for which a licensed attorney is responsible. Paralegals must possess a basic knowledge of substantive and procedural law and develop effective skills in interpersonal communication, organization, office management, interviewing and investigating, technology and legal research, analysis, and writing.
Associate Professor / Program Coordinator
There are two concentrations for this program: Paralegal Studies and Paralegal Studies: Landwork.
This program is offered completely online.
Both concentrations qualify students for entry level positions in a variety of fields.
With a degree in Paralegal Studies, students can begin an exciting career in a variety of fields, including:
- Lease Analyst
To see a model schedule for this program, please see our academic catalog.
Pierpont is an open enrollment institution. Only a standard Pierpont application is needed for this program.