If you’re interested in becoming a professional paralegal, you can earn a Bachelor of Science in Paralegal Studies through LEI @ Widener Law Center. The Bachelor of Science in Paralegal Studies program allows students to prepare for employment in one of America's fastest growing professions.
Paralegals currently are employed in a variety of areas, including law firms, government and court offices, real estate agencies, banking and financial institutions, health care agencies, insurance agencies, corporations, and other businesses. Interested graduates can also seek admission to law school.
To earn the Bachelor’s Degree, you must complete 120 credits of course work, including 57 credits of specialty course work, 45 credits of general education requirements, and 18 credits of free electives. General education classes are offered on both the Delaware and Chester campuses through University College
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