The Associate in Science (AS) Paralegal program requires 21 credits of general education and elective requirements, in addition to 39 credits of core courses, totaling 60 credits.
The Bachelor of Science (BS) Legal Studies program requires 42 credits of general education (27 credits of foundation courses + 12 credits from declared intersection + 3 credits of experiential learning) in addition to core and elective classes totaling 120 credits. Elective coursework can not fulfill any other program requirement. Declaring a minor in something other than Legal Studies will also fulfill the elective requirement.
Both programs require LGS285 Legal Seminar and an Internship or Capstone. Below are the core courses within these programs.
Effective Summer 2022, all Legal Studies courses have been renumbered with an LGL designation.
Widener 2+3 students complete 51 Legal Studies core credits and 39 general education credits (and an additional 30 credits at Widener).