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UW-Marathon County Paralegal Program


Paralegal Certificate

UW-Marathon County Paralegal Program

UW-Marathon County

The University of Wisconsin-Marathon County has partnered with the University of Wisconsin-Superior to offer the Paralegal Certificate program through ITV courses to students at the UW-Marathon County campus. Students can enroll in this program through UW-Marathon County and be awarded the Paralegal Certificate from UW-Superior with successful completion of the program requirements.

About ITV Courses

ITV (Internet Televsion) is a technology that allows students to participate in live classes from remote locations with the use of microphones and active cameras. ITV courses offer an in-class experience to students with a home institution that does not offer the curriculum.

Class Enrollment Form

Contact Us

UW-Marathon County Contact
Jim Rosenberg: (715) 261-6380
james.rosenberg@uwc.edu

UW-Superior Contact
Lisa Mattsson: (715) 394-8013
lmattsso@uwsuper.edu

Program Details

This certificate program consists of 30 credits of coursework in a variety of paralegal areas of theory and practice. The program will prepare you to work as a paralegal, legal assistant, or office support staff member in law firms, government agencies, nonprofit organizations, human resource offices, and private sector corporate settings.

Students who enroll in the program and satisfactorily complete all courses (totaling 30 credits) with a minimum of a 2.0 GPA and submit a certificate application with application fee will receive the Paralegal Certificate.

Required courses can be viewed on the certificate requirements page.

The Paralegal Certificate Program is a credit bearing program. Regular tuition and fees apply. View tuition rates at uwsuper.edu/bursar.

Most students complete the Paralegal Certificate program within two years. You are free to work on your certificate on a part time basis. many of the classes are offered in the evening to allow you flexibility in taking courses while working.

Upon completion of program requirements, you may request your Paralegal Certificate from the Certificate Coordinator via application. The award of your Paralegal Certificate will be noted on your transcript.

Textbooks required for each course can be found on the UW-Superior Bookstore webpage at uwsbookstore.uwsuper.edu. Under "campus term" be sure to select "UW-Superior" and the correct term.

Info for UW-Marathon County Students

University of Wisconsin-Marathon County students enroll in the paralegal certificate program by completing an academic credit class enrollment form for each class and returning it to UWMC. Forms will be sent by UWMC to the University of Wisconsin-Superior, at which point students will be enrolled in the course(s). Download the class enrollment form from our website.

To be eligible to apply for financial, students must carry a course load of at least 6 semester hours and be degree-seeking students of either UWMC or UW-Superior. Please contact the UWMC Financial Aid Coordinator at (715) 261-6240 or tiffany.schoenfeldt@uwc.edu if you would like to learn more about financial aid or apply. Students are responsible to keep track of their tuition costs and payment schedules in order to avoid finance charges from UWS.

Students that enroll in the Paralegal Certificate Program will receive a student ID and password that will allow them to access UW-Superior email, Learn@UW-Superior, My E-Hive, and other University services.

My E-Hive is the web-based student administration system for the UW-Superior campus. Students use My E-Hive to manage their class schedules, access academic records, view grades, access billing statements and financial aid information.

UW-Marathon County students will get a UW-Superior email account when they enroll in Paralegal courses from UW-Superior. Official campus communications, including course communication, will only be sent to UW-Superior campus email accounts.

Learn@UW-Superior will provide access to any course content the instructor makes available.

Program Course Schedules

UW-Superior Schedule of Classes for Fall Semester 2014

Note: Class Schedule information reflects data as of 4/24/14 1:30 AM.

Fall Semester 2014
Class Nbr.Catalog Nbr.Course Title/Course TopicsClass Sect.CreditsBldg.RoomDaysTimeInstructorSeats Open
LSTU - Legal StudiesTop of Page
2700LSTU 115Law and Human Behavior
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0023.00 SWEN1012TTh10:00AM- 11:15AMCuzzo, Maria Stalzer Wyant4 of 20

Note: Class Schedule information reflects data as of 4/24/14 1:30 AM.

UW-Superior Schedule of Classes for Spring Semester 2014

Note: Class Schedule information reflects data as of 4/24/14 1:30 AM.

Spring Semester 2014
Class Nbr.Catalog Nbr.Course Title/Course TopicsClass Sect.CreditsBldg.RoomDaysTimeInstructorSeats Open
LSTU - Legal StudiesTop of Page
2850LSTU 221Administrative Law
View Books for this Class
Instructor Consent Required
9V12.00 W5:00PM- 6:50PMCohen, Mary Katherine29 of 30

Note: Class Schedule information reflects data as of 4/24/14 1:30 AM.


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