If you’re looking for comprehensive paralegal training, the Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) in Paralegal from Broadview University is for you. Broadview’s national accreditation by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) means you’ll earn a paralegal degree that’s valued and respected.
Through Broadview University’s CareerPath initiative, you’ll save up to 25% on tuition! This pioneering initiative also features six-week sessions so you can attend full-time while concentrating on fewer subjects at once. Take classes full-time, year-round, and you can earn your associate’s degree in paralegal in as little as 21 months.
You’ll gain the skills and knowledge you need for positions in a variety of areas of the legal field. Thanks to Broadview’s outstanding reputation and more than 40 years in the local community, graduates* of this program have gone on to positions at:
(*July 1, 2012 – June 30, 2015)
You’ll learn from industry-experienced faculty who bring their real-world experience in the legal field to you. This associate degree program was developed with input from local legal professionals so you’ll be prepared for paralegal jobs in Utah, Idaho and beyond. You’ll learn a variety of skills you can use, from legal writing to communication to interpersonal relations. Your paralegal courses include:
This is a concentrated study of terminology used in the legal process. Students learn the proper use of legal terminology through reading and practice. Legal terms are spelled, defined and applied to real situations that occur in the legal field.
This course prepares students to perform paralegal support functions in personal injury and other tort litigation. Students learn underlying social policies, elements and defenses for actions in negligence, intentional tort and strict liability cases. They also learn how to analyze potential liability in a wide number of factual situations.
This course provides theoretical and practical knowledge needed by a paralegal to assist an attorney in the litigation process. Students learn to draft various discovery documents used in litigation.