2 semester pathway and ba law in Suffolk university
The undergraduate programs in Law are intended as legal employment credentials. They prepare students to work as paralegals in a law office, corporate office, government agency, or other offices working with the law. Undergraduate Law classes and the required general education courses for the degree options are available both during the day and in the evening. Students may choose to attend during the day, the evening, or to combine the two. This flexibility makes it easy for students to combine work and school. All students also have access to the world-class library at Suffolk University Law School.
Common Application or Suffolk Application, Essay/ Personal statement, Official high school transcript or GED/HiSET results, Letter of recommendation,Test scores: TOEFL minimum is a 79, IELTS a 6.5, PTE-Academic with a minimum score of 54, ACT and SAT scores, First Language English Exams in the IGCSE or GCSE or AS/A-Level Predicted/Actual results, IB HL English Predicted scores (if provided by your High School).
Barrister, Paralegal, Solicitor, Barrister's clerk, Licensed conveyancer