You have an interest in law and want to better understand its role in society. Even if you do not intend to enter the legal field, you can explore this curiosity, add relevant training to your major program and support your career aspirations. The Post University legal studies minor will help you prepare for any profession that requires a practical knowledge of the law, including, but not limited to, careers in business, accounting, criminal justice and human services.
Program HighlightsThe foundational prerequisite course in the legal studies minor is introduction to law. The remaining four choices can be selected from any of our specific skills-based paralegal courses or legal specialty project-based courses for a total of 15 credit hours. Through our faculty of professionals who bring real-world legal experience to the classroom, you’ll develop the knowledge and analytical skills you need to succeed in your chosen field.
At Post University, we make learning convenient for our students. Our legal studies classes are offered at our Connecticut campus and online, so you can complete your education on your terms, without compromising your current responsibilities. If you do run into challenges, our supportive staff are here to help in any way they can.
Your search for legal studies programs is over, but your future is just beginning. Contact Post University today to speak with an advisor about adding a legal studies minor to your degree.
The university reserves the right to change or update the curriculum at any time. The university will notify students of any changes officially through the university website.
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