Indiana Paralegal Degree Programs
Universities and colleges in Indiana with paralegal undergraduate (diploma, certificate and bachelor) and graduate (Master) legal assistant degree programs.
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Indiana Paralegal and Legal Assistant Education
Ball State University - Legal Assistance Studies - Muncie
Ball State University, based in the city of Muncie in the state of Indiana was founded in 1899 as a private teacher training school. The Associate Degree in Legal Assistance course of the university is a 67-hour course that consists of 19 hours of general education. Internships are required for students who have no legal work experience.
University of Evansville - Legal Studies Program - Evansville
The University of Evansville was established in 1854 in the state of Indiana. It holds accreditation from the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The university offers a wide variety of graduate and undergraduate courses, which includes a degree in legal studies for paralegal training.
Bachelor of Science
Vincennes University - Paralegal Program - Vincennes
The oldest university in the state, Vincennes University was founded in Indiana in the year 1801. It holds accreditation from the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and offers undergraduate degree programs in a wide number of subjects. The university also offers a 2 year legal assistant/paralegal training course.