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Standard Schedule

Standard course schedule: This is the Program's Schedule of Paralegal (Legal Assisting) courses. The Program offers courses each fall and winter on a standard course schedule. In other words, we offer the same LEGL courses each fall term, and the same LEGL courses each winter term. This schedule was created so that students can plan their schedules well in advance, and to accommodate the scheduling needs of a variety of students. Courses having an LEGL prefix will be scheduled as described here, but the fact that a course is scheduled does not guarantee that there will be sufficient enrollment for that class to be offered. If a course is canceled for lack of enrollment, students should consult the Program Coordinator regarding possible substitution or transfer to another section. In the summer term, one or two LEGL courses may be offered.

Fall Term: Even Numbered Years

  • LEGL 211: Introduction to the Legal System (Online Section)
  • LEGL 213: Advanced Spreadsheet Applications (Evening/Online)
  • LEGL 213 has been changed to BMMT 213 effective Fall 2018.
  • LEGL 304W: Legal Writing, Research, and Analysis I (Evening Section - Formerly LEGL 306)
  • LEGL 313: Family Law (Day Section)
  • LEGL 320: CyberLaw (Online Section)
  • LEGL 404: Transactional Law (Day Section)
  • LEGL 405: Civil Litigation, Investigation, and Procedure I (Evening Section)
  • LEGL 416: Capstone and LEGL 417: Legal Resource Center (hybrid)
  • At Least One Restricted Elective typically LEGL 418: Women and Law (hybrid) or LEGL 415: Bankruptcy Law (Online Section)

Winter Term : Odd Numbered Years

  • LEGL 211: Introduction to the Legal System (Online Section)
  • LEGL 212: Law Office Administration and Technology (Online Section)
  • LEGL 304W: Legal Writing, Research, and Analysis I (Afternoon/Evening Section)
  • LEGL 305: Legal Writing, Research, and Analysis II (Evening Section)]
  • LEGL 311: Probate, Estates, and Wills (Day Section)
  • LEGL 320: CyberLaw (Online Section)
  • LEGL 406: Civil Litigation, Investigation, and Procedure II (Day Section)
  • LEGL 416: Capstone and LEGL 417: Legal Resource Center (hybrid)
  • At Least One Restricted Elective LEGL 300: Marijuana Law (Online Section) or LEGL 315: Real Estate Law (hybrid)

Fall Term : Odd Numbered Years

  • LEGL 211: Introduction to the Legal System (Online Section)
  • LEGL 213: Advanced Spreadsheet Applications (Online)
  • LEGL 213  has been changed to BMMT 213 effective Fall 2018.
  • LEGL 304W: Legal Writing, Research, and Analysis I (Evening Section)
  • LEGL 400: Legal Writing, Research, and Analysis III (Evening Section - Formerly LEGL 306)
  • LEGL 313: Family Law (Evening Section)
  • LEGL 320: CyberLaw (Online Section)
  • LEGL 404: Transactional Law (Evening Section)
  • LEGL 405: Civil Litigation, Investigation, and Procedure I (Day Section)
  • LEGL 416: Capstone and LEGL 417: Legal Resource Center (hybrid)
  • One Restricted Elective typically LEGL 415: Bankruptcy Law (Online Section) or LEGL 318: Women and the Law (hybrid)

Winter Term : Even Numbered Years

  • LEGL 211: Introduction to the Legal System (Online Section)
  • LEGL 212: Law Office Administration and Technology (Online Section)
  • LEGL 304W: Legal Writing, Research, and Analysis I (Afternoon/Evening Section)
  • LEGL 305: Legal Writing, Research, and Analysis II (Day Section)
  • LEGL 311: Probate, Estates, and Wills (Evening Section)
  • LEGL 320: CyberLaw (Online Section)
  • LEGL 406: Civil Litigation, Investigation, and Procedure II (Evening Section)
  • LEGL 416: Capstone and LEGL 417: Legal Resource Center (hybrid)
  • At Least One Restricted Elective LEGL 300: Marijuana Law (Online Section) or LEGL 315: Real Estate Law (hybrid)

Summer A Term: Every Summer

  • LEGL 320: CyberLaw (Online Section)
  • LEGL 396: Electronic Discovery (Online Section)
  • LEGL 417: Legal Resource Center (hybrid) 

Note: LEGL 396 was formerly BMMT 396.

Updated Winter 2018

Announcement:

Effective Winter 2017, most courses will either be hybrid (a mix of online and face to face meetings) or 100% online!

If you would like be a paralegal major, please fill out a Change of Major Form.