A degree from legal studies schools in Minnesota can be the educational framework needed to get you started in one of a number of possible careers. Graduates from legal studies programs can be found in many areas, from a claims adjuster to a law librarian. Legal assistants and paralegals are some of the more popular career choices, while future attorneys can use this degree as a foundation for law school. Classwork includes practical clerical skills, lots of legal theory, and various areas of the law. Actual courses may include American government, writing and research for the law office, communication, psychology, estate and probate, real estate, criminal law, family law, and business law.
- Criminal Justice B.S.
- Criminal Justice A.A.S.