Family Law ONLINE ( Darton State College )
|Course Information:||PARA 2110 50 – Undergraduate, 3 credits (semester)|
|Subject:||Legal Professions and Studies|
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Special Attendance Requirements
All or nearly all of the class sessions are delivered via technology. The course does not require students to travel to a classroom for instruction; however, it might require students to travel to a site to attend an orientation or to take exams.
Method of Course Instruction
The course is delivered primarily through Internet.
This course introduces principles, trends and laws governing domestic relations, including the topics of marriage, annulment, divorce, alimony, child custody, property division, adoption, and other related topics, with an emphasis on the paralegal's role. Students will develop legal skills through mock exercises and case docum entation and will examine court proceedings and ethical isues relevant to family law. Co-requisite: Minimum COMPASS reading score of 74 or enrollment in READ 0099. Prerequisite: PARA 1110 or permission of program director. Offered: Fall semester, every other odd year.
Admissions and Registration Information
Student must be admitted to the institution to enroll in this course. The admission process can be handled via the Web. Student can register for this course via the Web.
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Estimated Tuition and Fees **
|Fees:||$ 100.00||$ 326.00||–|
* The cost of an Electronic Rate course is the same regardless of residency.
** These rates are averages of tuition rate and student fees. Actual tuition costs may vary, based on number of courses taken, student level and student major. Please be sure to contact the college or university for your specific tuition and fee amounts.
Please direct questions about admission requirements, tuition, financial aid and credit transfer to Darton State College .