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CO2520 Communications | A 4.5 credit hour Humanities course
This course focuses on the communication skills and attitudes required to be effective in a professional environment. Students compile and present a portfolio of their projects and create and evaluate a variety of business communications. Prerequisites: Completion of a minimum of 54 credits earned in the program of study including EN1320 Composition I or equivalent
EN1320 Composition I | A 4.5 credit hour Composition course
This course examines phases of the writing process, with emphasis on the structure of writing and techniques for communicating clearly, precisely and persuasively. Prerequisite: GS1145 Strategies for the Technical Professional or equivalent
EN1420 Composition II | A 4.5 credit hour Composition course
This course builds on the foundations of Composition I with emphasis on rhetorical structures, argumentation and research. Students study how to make strong arguments using visual and oral communication techniques. Prerequisite: EN1320 Composition I or equivalent
GS1140 Problem Solving Theory | 4.5 credit hours
This course introduces students to fundamental principles, strategies and methods of problem solving theory.
GS1145 Strategies for the Technical Professional | 4.5 credit hours
This course reviews characteristic and trends of the global information society including basic information processing, Internet research, other skills used by the technical professionals and techniques that can be used for independent technical learning.
GS2745 Advanced Strategies for the Technical Professional | 3.0 credit hours
This course focuses on skills, characteristics and attitudes that contribute to professional life. Topics include personal integrity, business communication skills, teamwork and conflict resolution, financial literacy, professional work habits, networking and social media, and lifelong learning. Prerequisites: Completion of a minimum of 65 credits earned in the program of study; Prerequisite or Corequisite: CO2520 Communications or equivalent
LE1430 Fundamentals of Criminal Law | 4.5 credit hours
This course is an overview of criminal law, criminal procedures and crimes against person, property or public order. Students also explore the distinction between criminal law and civil law. Prerequisite: PL1110 Introduction to Paralegal or equivalent or CJ1110 Introduction to Criminal Justice or equivalent; Prerequisites or Corequisites: EN1420 Composition II or equivalent, PS1350 American Government or equivalent
LE2630 Fundamentals of Constitutional Law | 4.5 credit hours
MA1210 College Mathematics I | A 4.5 credit hour Mathematics course
This course focuses on fundamental mathematical concepts including quadratic, polynomial and radical equations, linear functions and their graphs, systems of linear equations, functions and their properties and matrices. Activities will include solving problems and using appropriate technological tools. Prerequisite: GS1140 Problem Solving Theory or equivalent
PL1110 Introduction to Paralegal | 4.5 credit hours
This course provides an overview of the paralegal's role in the legal services industry, including an introduction to client interaction, case preparation, legal research, courtroom assistance and related ethical considerations. The structure of the American legal system and its processes are examined.
PL1240 Research and Writing for the Paralegal I | 4.5 credit hours
PL1250 Law Office Technology | 4.5 credit hours
PL1310 Introduction to Civil Litigation | 4.5 credit hours
PL1340 Research and Writing for the Paralegal II | 4.5 credit hours
PL1410 Fundamentals of Tort Law | 4.5 credit hours
PL2520 Fundamentals of Family Law | 4.5 credit hours
PL2525 Fundamentals of Contract Law | 4.5 credit hours
PL2799 Paralegal Capstone Project | 4.5 credit hours
PS1350 American Government | A 4.5 credit hour Social Science course
This course examines principles and theory related to the United States federal government, including the development and foundations of the U.S. Constitution, the organization and function of the federal government including the legislative, executive and judicial branches, political parties, the electoral process, and the relationship between states and the federal government. Prerequisite: EN1320 Composition I or equivalent
SC1130 Survey of the Sciences | A 4.5 credit hour Science course
This survey course is designed to familiarize the student with the methods of rational inquiry and problem solving in the sciences. Students will explore a selection of topics in the scientific fields, including physics, chemistry, biology, astronomy and earth science, to develop basic scientific literacy and the ability to critically analyze issues of science. This course includes a laboratory component.
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