Bachelor of Applied Science: Paralegal Studies

Students seeking this degree must complete the following BAS and university requirements:

CTE Credits from the AAS in Paralegal Studies44
General Education Requirements36
Upper Division Credits (see required courses listed below)36
Total Credits Required (minimum)120

Students must complete a minimum of eighteen hours of academic course work from the following courses:

POLS 4441Administrative Law3
POLS 4442Constitutional Law3
POLS 4443Civil Rights and Liberties3
POLS 4445Jurisprudence3
POLS/ANTH 4478Federal Indian Law3
POLS/ANTH 4479Tribal Governments3
SOC 3310Introduction to Criminal Justice3
SOC 4431Criminology3
MGT 4461Business Law3
MGT 4480Labor and Employment Law3
POLS 3308State and Local Government3
POLS 4404The Legislative Process3
POLS 4444Law and Society3
POLS 4467State and Local Administration3
MGT 4483Industrial Relations3
CMP 3320Foundations of Leadership3
CMP 4422Conflict Management3
Students must select an additional 18 upper division credits with an assigned BAS advisor and obtain approval for their degree plan from the BAS Committee.18

For information contact:

College of Technology
Student Services
RFC Building (Bldg #48)
(208) 282-3939
https://www.isu.edu/tech/departments/student-services/