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The Legal Studies Program at Syracuse University's University College, Syracuse, NY

published November 20, 2006

Devon Pryor
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University College's Legal Studies Program has been approved by the American Bar Association since 1983 and is a long-standing member of the American Association for Paralegal Education (AAfPE). University College also enjoys the privileges of association with groups affiliated with its parent institution, Syracuse University. Among these affiliated groups are the International Paralegal Management Association, the National Association of Legal Assistants, and the National Federation of Paralegal Associations. According to the school's website, program objectives include providing challenging general legal education, providing instruction regarding the operations of legal theory, law, and analysis, and providing an understanding of the ethical concepts by which legal professionals are bound. The program prepares students for employment as paralegals and legal assistants in a wide array of fields. As the website explains, it is "designed for adults seeking employment in the legal setting" and helps its students develop competency in both substantive and procedural law.

The Legal Studies Program at University College offers four different educational options from which legally minded students can choose. The first is the Bachelor of Professional Studies (B.P.S.) in Legal Studies. This degree is earned through a 120-hour credit program and can be completed by taking evening classes. Students hoping to enter the legal field can also pursue the Credit Certificate in Legal Studies. This option is for students who have already earned associate's degrees, or credit equivalents, and who intend to earn their bachelor's degrees before entering the legal profession. This program is completed by taking 26 units of legal specialty courses. These 26 units may be applied toward a bachelor's degree, which benefits students who intend to continue earning their bachelor's degrees after certification.

The Post-Baccalaureate Certificate is a third option available through the university's legal studies program. This option is for students who have already earned their bachelor's degrees and wish to obtain certification in the legal field. Finally, for undergraduates who are considering careers in law, University College's Legal Studies Program offers a 19-credit legal studies minor, which focuses on giving students a broad understanding of law. With so many degree options to choose from, University College features a legal studies program that complements the educational and career goals of a large number of prospective students. Both the bachelor's degree and the credit certificate offered by the program have official approval from the New York State Education Department.