Online Paralegal Certificate Prep & Degree Programs
If you are looking for the most efficient route to a paralegal certificate, think Internet. Online paralegal degree programs at Globe University provide the same focused, practical education as our traditional programs—without commuting, childcare or scheduling concerns. We offer the following programs entirely through our online college:
Most coursework for our Legal Administrative Assistant Diploma program is also available online, providing campus-based students with valuable flexibility in scheduling.
NALA Paralegal Certificate
Once you have graduated with a paralegal BS or AAS, you may usually take the National Association of Legal Assistants (NALA) Certification exam, which is called CLA (certified legal assistant) exam or the CP (certified paralegal) exam. Just like a CPA exam, these exams are voluntary but are recognized nationally and a great way to distinguish yourself in the job market.
After you have had specific paralegal experience you may sit for the PACE Exam, which is usually six years with an associate’s degree or two years with a bachelor’s degree.
Globe University even offers scholarships for select students to take the CLA and CP exam.
For more information about online paralegal certificates, take a look here.
Features of online education at Globe
- Personal assistance with financial aid, job-searches and registration
- 24/7 access to coursework
- Use of resources at any campus location—library, fitness center, computer labs or academic and career service
- Internet library, database services and live librarian help
- Free online tutoring, or request a campus-based tutor
- Live phone and email support 7 days a week from our help desk
Any questions about the online paralegal certificate or degrees?
Busy schedule? Our flexible, online paralegal program is designed for students just like you who are juggling work, family and other responsibilities. If you have any questions or in case you want to learn more, call us toll-free at 1-877-303-6060, contact college admissions or stop by any campus.