Legal Administrative Studies: Certificate
The Legal Administrative Studies certificate provides students with training in general and specialized administrative support procedures which are utilized in today's legal offices. It is a full-time program with two terms of study starting in September. Subjects covered include general office procedures, wills and estates, corporate records, civil litigation, family law, and conveyancing. In addition, students will become knowledgeable in word processing skills.
In addition to the Faculty's Admission Requirements, which consist of KPU's undergraduate English Proficiency Requirement, the following program admission requirements apply:
Basic keyboarding skills are also recommended.
Semester 1 (Fall)
|LGLA 1202||Corporate Law and Procedures||3 credits|
|LGLA 1205||Litigation and Civil Procedure||3 credits|
|LGLA 1125||Introduction to Legal Office Procedures||3 credits|
|LGLA 1145||Legal Administrative Computer Applications I: Document Preparation/Production||3 credits|
|LGLA 1150||Law Office Relations and Conflict Resolution||1.5 credits|
|CMNS 1140||Introduction to Professional Communication||3 credits|
Semester 2 (Spring)
|LGLA 1110||Bookkeeping for the Law Office||1.5 credits|
|LGLA 1135||Legal Administrative Computer Applications II||3 credits|
|LGLA 1203||Conveyancing||3 credits|
|LGLA 1204||Wills & Estates||3 credits|
|LGLA 1206||Family Law and Procedures||3 credits|
|LGLA 1399||Legal Assistant Work Experience/Project||3 credits|
Upon successful completion of this program, students are eligible to receive a Certificate in Legal Administrative Studies.
At a Glance
School of Business
- Limited intake
Minimum Credits Required:
Curriculum Effective Date: