what will you learn?
The Paralegal Transfer option prepares students for transfer to some four-year programs in paralegal studies; students should contact the transfer coordinator to identify these opportunities.
Upon graduating from this program, students will be able to:
- describe the structure of the American legal system
- identify the principles and process of civil litigation
- define basic areas of substantive law such as contract and torts
what will you do?
This program prepares students to transfer to a four-year college or university. Jobs and careers include:
- Corporate paralegal
- Litigation paralegal
- Contracts manager/administrator
- Legal researcher
64-65 total credits
26-27 credits General Education Requirements + 35 credits Program Requirements
Depending on course selection, 80% of this program can be completed online.
General Education Requirements
This course explores the basic statements of an accounting system: the Balance Sheet, the Income Statement, and the Statement of Retained Earnings. Students will examine the accounting cycle with an emphasis on the methods of accumulating and summarizing data generated by business transactions. Students will apply their manual accounting skills to an automated accounting system using a learning management system. Areas of concentration will include adjusting entries, closing process, inventory analysis, merchandising transactions, cash control procedures, and receivables. Prerequisite: Eligibility for MTH 085
Choose one three-credit course from: ACC, BUS, HCA, LAW, MGT, MKT, or SPO
Math Electives - Select from MTH 162(D), MTH 113(D), or MTH 142(D); Select from MTH 104(D) & MTH 142(D) for Elms College and MTH 142(D) for Bay Path University.
Business Electives - Select from: ACC, BUS, HCA, LAW, MGT, MKT, or SPOStudents will not recieve credits for both MTH 162 & MTH 113.