BA in Jurisprudence: Legal Studies Concentration
A Bachelor’s degree in Jurisprudence: Legal Studies Concentration is available at California University of Pennsylvania for those who have earned an associate’s degree or 40 credit hours from an accredited institution of higher education. This 100% online program is designed to be completed over a four-year period consisting of 120 credit hours.
Important parts of the legal process include decision-making, influence of law on community and individuals, and the constitutional parameters of law. Special attention will be paid to these topics throughout the program.
Core classes will compile a total of 9 credit hours. These will be jurisprudence courses that will cover Classical Jurisprudence, Medieval Jurisprudence, and Anglo-American Jurisprudence. 33 credits in concentration courses will be applied to Legal Studies, general education courses will use 49-51 credits, and 27-29 credit hours will be used for free electives. These courses are designed to give students a strong base account of jurisprudence, legal research and writing, litigation, law, estates and trusts, ethics, bankruptcy, and constitutional law.
After completing core classes, students can focus their free electives on the topics of jurisprudence and legal studies that are of their personal interest, in order to prepare for entry into certain career fields when they graduate. These possible careers could be paralegals, estate practitioners, court clerks and support personnel, business people, and corrections personnel, among other possibilities.
Enrolled students are encouraged to read ahead and prepare well in advance for each class. Discussion and class participation is also expected, and necessary in order to excel in class evaluation and succeed in the program.
Degree Level:Bachelor Completion
Delivery Format:100% Online
Accreditation & Licensing
Middle States Commission on Higher Education
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