Associate of Science in Legal Studies

From understanding the fine print, to administering a big case, our Legal Studies program provides the background that can put you out front in the legal profession. Courses such as legal research, criminal evidence, family and property law, and probating wills are combined with directed studies and professional internship. Gain the skills and education that will make you a courted professional in the field of law.

Course Requirements

Core Requirements – 46 hours

BI 1315 Biblical Worldview I

BI 1316 Biblical Worldview II

BI 2318 Understanding the Bible

BI 2304 Paralegal Ethics

EH 1301 English Composition I

EH 1302 English Composition II

HU 2315 Western Tradition I

HU 2325 Western Tradition II

HY 2320 American Heritage Culture

BIO 2320 Man & His Environment

Bio 2120 Lab

EH 1303 Speech Communication

Technology (CSIS 1301 or CS 1305)

MH 1338 Finite Math (or higher)

PE 1300 Lifetime Fitness

LS 1300 Intro to Paralegalism I

 

Major Course – 16 hours

LS 1310 Legal Research and Writing

LS 1320 Law Office Management

LS 2190 Paralegal Portfolio

LS 2340 Civil Procedures

LS 2370 Tort Law

LS 2341 Evidence for Paralegals

Choose four of the following: (12 hours)

LS 2310 Family Law

LS 2320 Real Property Law

LS 2330 Probates/Wills/Estates/Trusts

LS 2346 Criminal Law and Procedure

LS 2350 Directed Study (CLA Exam)

LS 2360 Internship

LS 2380 Business Law

 


Core Curriculum Requirements 46 hours

Professional and Major Field     28 hours

Total Hours Required for Graduation 74 hours

 

Admission Requirements

Prospective students wishing to enroll in an associate degree program must be a qualified high school graduate who has completed a high school curriculum and received a regular high school diploma, or has a General Education Development (GED) Certificate. Applicants out of high school for more than five years are not required to provide ACT or SAT scores. If out of high school for less than five years, a minimum ACT score of 18 or SAT score of 1290 is required for admission. Applicants who do not satisfy these requirements can apply for conditional admission. You must forward official transcripts from all schools previously attended.

To Apply

  • Submit a completed online application.
  • Request official transcripts from all previously attended schools be sent directly to the address below.
    Faulkner University
    3943 Airport Blvd.
    Mobile, AL 36608

 

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