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Advanced Start Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies

Kaplan University

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Description

Kaplan University's online Advanced Start Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies degree is an ideal legal studies program for those individuals with Associate's or Bachelor's degree who are looking for a program that will aid them in preparing for the rigors of law school or enhancing their chances of success in an existing or future career in business, government, health care, or the service industry.

Throughout the course of this online legal studies degree program, individuals will work with a number of experts in developing a solid foundation in the various theories and applications of the law.

This is a unique legal studies degree program in that is offers students the option of emphasizing a particular industry or business.

Focused on the political, governmental, and constitutional framework of the American legal system, while developing each student's communication, critical thinking, and research skills, this online degree in legal studies from Kaplan University has been specifically created for aiding individuals in developing the a broad knowledge of today's complex legal systems.

This online legal studies degree program's curriculum has been created to focus on:

  • The development of practical and analytical skills demanded in law school
  • The improvement in areas of reading comprehension, analytical thinking, and effective communication and other practical skills necessary to compete in today's job market
  • Obtaining an historical and philosophical perspective on the American legal system
  • The value and reach of law in business, everyday life, and contemporary American society

As a graduate of this online degree in legal studies, individuals will have the broad understanding of communication, critical thinking, and research that is needed for succeeding within a variety of legal related career opportunities

Accreditation Information

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

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