Kentucky Paralegal Degree Programs
Universities and colleges in Kentucky with paralegal undergraduate (diploma, certificate and bachelor) and graduate (Master) legal assistant degree programs.
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Kentucky Paralegal and Legal Assistant Education
Daymar College - Paralegal Studies Program - Owensboro
Daymar College offers a Paralegal Studies program, which prepares students for a career as a legal assistant. It combines theory with practical knowledge. The college has a career services center to help students gain entry into the career of their choice. Financial aids are also available for many students through loans, grants and scholarships.
Eastern Kentucky University - Paralegal Programs - Richmond
Eastern Kentucky University was established in 1906. It is located in Richmond, Kentucky and has more than 15,000 students on its rolls. Paralegal Programs available here consist of a Baccalaureate degree, a Minor in Paralegal Science, an Associate degree and a post baccalaureate certificate. These programs may also be pursued through evening, online and television classes.
Bachelor of Arts, Associate in Arts
Morehead State University - Paralegal Program - Morehead
The BA program in Paralegal Studies offered by Morehead State University is a blend of liberal arts education and professionalism. It equips students with textbook knowledge as well as hands-on experience so that they can deal with the challenges of legal systems with confidence.
Sullivan University - Louisville - The Institute for Legal Studies - Louisville
At the Legal Studies Program, Sullivan University – Louisville, students can opt for the Associate of Science degree, Baccalaureate certification or the Bachelor of Science Degree in Paralegal. The institute offers core legal knowledge and guidance in all legal assistance related tasks. Extended by attorneys, the knowledge can further be enhanced by referring to the University’s law material collection.
Bachelor of Science, Associate in Science, Post-Baccalaureate Certificate
University of Louisville - Paralegal Studies Program - Louisville
The University of Louisville was founded in 1798 in the state of Kentucky. It holds accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. It offers a number of undergraduate and postgraduate courses on a wide variety of subjects, including a paralegal studies program.
Associate in Arts
Western Kentucky University - Paralegal Studies Program - Bowling Green
Western Kentucky University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate, baccalaureate, master’s and specialist degrees. Its program in paralegal studies is approved and accredited by the American Bar Association.