CCRI’s Criminal Justice and Legal Studies Department offers the associate in science degree in Legal Studies with two concentrations – Law Enforcement and Paralegal Studies. Law Enforcement majors must take a capstone course to complete the requirements to graduate. Graduation requirements for students in the Paralegal Studies concentration include completing a portfolio of their classwork.
The Law classes are open to all students in the major and are available for students in Business Administration, Professional Studies and all Liberal Arts programs as well.
This page developed and maintained by Marketing and Communications. Send comments and suggestions to [email protected] .