The Associate of Arts in Paralegal Studies (AA-PS) is an undergraduate degree program that places the pursuit of professional excellence within the context of human, social, and religious values in the law. The program consists of 21 classes (63 credit hours). These are split between a General Education curriculum of 8 classes (24 credit hours), and a specialized Law curriculum of 13 classes (39 credit hours).

Tracks

  • General Practice
  • Litigation Practice

All paralegal student are required to participate in a lega internship during their last year in the program.

By studying within the nation’s capital and participating in a mandatory internship, Paralegal Studies students enjoy abundant practical opportunities to implement and apply their theoretical education to real world and current issues within a professional legal setting.