BA in Paralegal Studies
The Bachelor of Arts in Paralegal Studies allows students with a minimum of 15 semester credits in paralegal studies to improve their skills and career opportunities by earning a bachelor’s degree. Students who have earned associate degrees in paralegal studies will likely find this degree program to be their most expeditious route to a bachelor’s degree.
Benefits of the program
- Acquire a credential from Loyola’s well-regarded Institute for Paralegal Studies that will open doors to your career success in the legal community.
- Earn a specialized certificate in Civil Litigation or Corporate Practice (or both areas) that will refine your paralegal skills to meet the demands of the modern legal workplace.
- Maximize the number of credits you may transfer from your two-year paralegal program, and complete your degree on a schedule that works with your personal and professional obligations.
- Enhance your general knowledge and improve your ability to respond to the challenges of contemporary society through courses in the University’s Core Curriculum.
Note: Paralegals may not provide legal services directly to the public except as authorized by law.