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Paralegal / Legal Assisting

BUL 2131   LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS

credits: 3  
This course is designed to give the student an understanding of the historical bases for the formation of both statutory and administrative laws and their impact upon the business community. This will be accomplished by including such topics as the structure of the American legal system, alternate dispute resolution, constitutional law, administrative law, criminal and civil liability, consumer protection, creditor's rights and bankruptcy, employment regulations, securities and antitrust regulations, intellectual property law, contracts, business organizations, environmental and property laws, ethics and the legal environment of international trade. 47 contact hours.

BUL 2241   BUSINESS LAW I

credits: 3  
This course is comprised of a study of the nature, classification and characteristics of law including the study of jurisdiction and functions of the court system, torts, crimes, government regulations of competition, environmental law, contracts, and sales of goods. 47 contact hours.

BUL 2242   BUSINESS LAW II

credits: 3  
This course is comprised of the study of principles of business organizations, negotiable commercial paper, secured transactions, insurance, bankruptcy, agency and employment, wills, estates, and trusts. 47 contact hours.

BUL 3130   LAW FOR PROFESSIONALS

credits: 3  
Prerequisites: (BUL 2131 or BUL 2241 or equivalent) and admission to Business Administration BS program. This course is intended to provide an overview of concepts and laws particular to various professionals. Topics include professional ethics, labor law, employment law, immigration law, agency, worker protection law, employment compensation and benefits, and privacy and securities laws. 47 contact hours.

BUL 3310   ADVANCED LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS

credits: 3  
Prerequisites: (BUL 2131 or BUL 2241 or equivalent) and admission to Banking BAS, Management & Organizational Leadership BAS, Technology Management BAS, Educational Studies BS, or Business Technology Education BS. This course covers the nature, classification and characteristics of law including the study of jurisdiction and the functions of the court system as they affect the business environment. Topics include common law contracts, the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) including commercial paper and bank collections, business entities, agency, securities regulation, e-commerce, and intellectual property. 47 contact hours.

BUL 3320   ADVANCED BUSINESS LAW I

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: BUL 2241 or 2131 or equivalent or admission to the Business Technology Education BS program. This course covers the nature of legal and societal institutions and environments, and major aspects of public, private, Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), and related business law. 47 contact hours.

BUL 3322   LEGAL ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

credits: 3  

Prerequisite(s): BUL 2131 or BUL 2241 or equivalent and Admission to the INTBUS-BAS Program. This course gives the international business student an overview of the legal concepts affecting individuals and/or organizations that are involved in international business. The student will be exposed to a broad survey of legal issues multi-national businesses confront in the international market place, including treaty and convention benefits and limitations, differing legal regimes, international dispute resolution processes, principles of jurisdiction, international contract interpretation and implementation, monetary policies and laws as they relate to commerce, global information systems and intellectual property regulations, and international social and ethical issues affecting businesses and their operations. 47 contact hours.

BUL 3564   LEGAL ASPECTS OF MANAGING TECHNOLOGY

credits: 3  

Prerequisites: BUL 2131, BUL 2241, or CET 2691 or equivalent and admission to the College of Computer and Information Technology bachelor program or to the Paralegal Studies BAS program. This course is designed to give the computer and information technology student a foundation for analyzing and addressing evolving legal issues in the computer technology and online business environment. Topics include jurisdiction, intellectual property, online contracting, security, privacy, importing and exporting technology, and civil and criminal liability. 47 contact hours.

BUL 3583   LEGAL ASPECTS OF SUSTAINABILITY

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: (BUL 2241 with a minimum grade of C or BUL 2131 with a minimum grade of C or EVR 1858 with a minimum grade of C) and admission to the Sustainability Management BAS program or Paralegal Studies BAS program or Public Policy and Administration BS program. This course is intended to provide an overview of concepts and laws within the area of sustainability and environmental law. Topics covered include the history and foundations of sustainability and environmental law and the main laws and regulations surrounding sustainability and the protection of our environment. While learning about the international and national impact of the Kyoto Protocol, environmental laws and regulations, emerging sustainability laws and regulations, the affect of existing laws on the sustainability industry, and SEC industry regulations, the student will understand the relation of law to informed sustainable business decision making and practices. 47 contact hours.

PLA 1003   INTRODUCTION TO PARALEGALISM

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: (ENC 0025 and REA 0017) or EAP 1695 or a satisfactory score on the SPC Writing and Reading placement tests. This course is designed to provide a general perspective of the legal system and a specific knowledge of the present and potential role of the legal paraprofessional within that system. Students will be exposed to the operations and structure of the court system, administrative agencies, private law firms and public sector law offices. Students will examine legal ethics in evaluating what tasks, skills and roles are now and may in the future be fulfilled by the legal paraprofessional in each legal area. Students will be introduced to paralegal skills such as interviewing, investigating, legal writing and research. Opportunities will be available for students to begin voluntary service with law-related agencies or to add to their occupational skills. 47 contact hours.

PLA 1104   LEGAL RESEARCH & WRITING

credits: 3  
Pre- or corequisites: PLA 1003 and (ENC 1101 or ENC 1121H or IDS 1101H). This course will provide the student with a working knowledge of the major techniques of legal research and writing. It will introduce the student to a broad practical approach to the use of legal publications and the law library. The student will complete assigned problems in legal research and will draft legal memoranda and briefs for both trial and appellate work. 47 contact hours.

PLA 1361   TECHNIQUES OF INTERVIEW AND INVESTIGATION

credits: 3  

Pre- or corequisite: PLA 1003 with a minimum grade of C. This course is designed to enhance communication skills and acquaint the student with the techniques of skillful investigation. Students will receive training in methods of interviewing. Fact analysis, sources of evidence and special investigative problems will be explored. Emphasis is placed in human relations skills in working with people. 47 contact hours.

PLA 1730   COMPUTERIZED LEGAL RESEARCH

credits: 1  
Prerequisite: PLA 1104. This course is designed to familiarize the student with computerized legal research databases and enhance previously learned research skills. 16 contact hours.

PLA 1763   LAW OFFICE MANAGEMENT

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: ENC 1101 or ENC 1121H or IDS 1101H. This course analyzes the fundamental objectives of the management of a law office, the essential technology used in a law office, management concepts, and essential communication skills. Additional study will be focused upon the organization of private, corporate and government legal departments. Major attention will be upon administrative systems and procedures; time keeping and accounting practices; compensation and profit distribution. 47 contact hours.

PLA 2114   ADVANCED LEGAL RESEARCH

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: PLA 1104. This course is designed to perfect the research skills acquired in PLA 1104. Emphasis is placed on developing facility in state and federal research and the drafting of memoranda and briefs. 47 contact hours.

PLA 2203   CIVIL LITIGATION I

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: PLA 1003. This course is designed to prepare the legal assistant to assist the trial attorney in preparing for civil litigation in the Florida and Federal courts. The course covers substantive civil law, the Florida and Federal Rules of Civil Procedures and related matters including drafting of pleadings, preparing interrogatories and answers. 47 contact hours.

PLA 2223   CIVIL LITIGATION II

credits: 3  
Prerequisites: PLA 2203 and any approved Speech course. This course is designed to prepare the legal assistant to assist the civil trial attorney in civil litigation, mediation and arbitration in the Florida state and federal actions. This course covers the Florida and Federal Rules of Civil and Appellate Procedure and related matters including the drafting of settlement proposals, preparation of a trial brief, abstracting of depositions, trial procedure, and appellate jurisdiction. The course also addresses jurisdiction of general masters and administrative law systems. 47 contact hours.

PLA 2303   CRIMINAL LITIGATION I

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: PLA 1003. This course is designed to prepare the legal assistant to assist the trial attorney in preparing for criminal litigation in the Florida and federal courts. Special emphasis is placed on substantive criminal law, federal constitutional law and application of the state and federal Rules of Criminal Procedures. 47 contact hours.

PLA 2323   CRIMINAL LITIGATION II

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: PLA 2303. This course is designed to prepare the student to assist the trial attorney in preparing for criminal litigation in the Florida and federal courts. Special emphasis is placed on preparation of a trial brief including voir dire, abstracts of depositions, motion practice and proposed jury instructions. Criminal appeals will be covered as well. 47 contact hours.

PLA 2433   BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: BUL 2241. This course will acquaint the student with typical legal functions connected with the formation and operation of a variety of business entities. It will primarily consider paralegal functions in the field of corporation law, including organization and creation of a corporation, continuing corporate operation problems, typical corporate variations. These will be compared with the formation, operation and regulation of other types of business organization including sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited liability companies and others. 47 contact hours.

PLA 2601   WILLS, TRUSTS, AND ESTATES

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: PLA 1003. This course deals with the basic legal concepts of the more common forms of wills, and the basic procedures and fundamental principles of law applicable to the formal and summary administration of intestate and testate estates with a basic analysis of estate fiduciary accounting. The organization and jurisdiction of the probate division of the circuit courts. The nature and function of testamentary and inter vivos trusts. 47 contact hours.

PLA 2603   GUARDIANSHIP AND ELDER LAW

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: PLA 2601. This course deals with the basic legal concepts and procedures of guardianship law and with the principles and procedures of elder care planning and advance directives. 47 contact hours.

PLA 2610   REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: REE 1040. This course is designed to prepare the paralegal to assist the attorney in the more common types of real estate transactions and conveyances, such as deeds, contracts, and leases. Emphasis is placed on drafting problems involving these various instruments and proper methods of recording, searching, and closing. 47 contact hours.

PLA 2800   FAMILY LAW I

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: PLA 1003. This course will introduce the student to pleading and practice in the field of family law including dissolution, annulment, separate maintenance, and modification actions. Emphasis is placed on drafting pleadings and agreements and methods of discovery as well as trial preparation. 47 contact hours.

PLA 2801   FAMILY LAW II

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: PLA 2800. This course is a continuation of PLA 2800 and will deal with miscellaneous family related areas including adoption, paternity, powers of attorney, juvenile matters, gift and guardianship laws. Emphasis is placed on drafting pleadings and dealing with forms. The student will complete a related research project. 47 contact hours.

PLA 2940   LEGAL ASSISTING SEMINAR AND WORK EXPERIENCE

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: Recommendation of division director. This is a one-hour seminar discussing job problems and a minimum of 12 hours per week on-the-job experience as a legal assistant trainee with a law firm or in a law-related office is required. 16 contact hours.

PLA 3240   ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: Admission to the Paralegal BAS program. This course is designed to provide an overview of mediation procedure and governing law in Florida. Additionally, it will provide students with the fundamental tools for conflict resolution through negotiation and mediation and will enable them to both understand and apply successful conflict resolution in their forthcoming roles within the legal community. 47 contact hours.

PLA 3306   CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE

credits: 3  

Prerequisites: Admission to the Paralegal Studies BAS program and PLA 2114 with a minimum grade of C. This course is developed both topically and historically to approach the substantive criminal law and criminal procedure for the upper division student. The course covers the history and basis of U.S. criminal law, delves into an analytical study of the various types of crimes and defenses, and provides an in-depth treatment and real-world view of U.S. criminal procedure. 47 contact hours.

PLA 3410   INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW

credits: 3  

Pre or corequisite: PLA 2114. Prerequisite: Admission to the Paralegal Studies BAS program. This course will provide the student with a working knowledge of the types, nature, registration requirements, and enforcement of patents, trademarks, copyright, trade secrets and trade dress. The student will also be exposed to procedural requirements in protecting and enforcing intellectual property. A component of this course also discusses current and future intellectual property issues on the internet and in the entertainment industry. 47 contact hours.

PLA 3467   BANKRUPTCY

credits: 3  

Pre or corequisite: PLA 2114. Prerequisite: Admission to the Paralegal Studies BAS program. This course gives the student an introduction into the purpose and structure of the bankruptcy laws. This course is designed to teach the student the basic steps a case takes under Chapter 7, 11, and 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. This course will define and demonstrate basic bankruptcy terminology including a discussion of the various roles of debtors, creditors, trustees, and judges in a typical bankruptcy case. 47 contact hours..

PLA 3474   LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: BUL 2241 with a minimum grade of C or BUL 2131 with a minimum grade of C or BUL 3310 with a minimum grade of C and PLA 2114 with a minimum grade of C. This course introduces the student to the basic laws governing labor and employment in the United States with a focus on compliance. Topics covered include the employer/employee relationship, statutory law regarding the workplace, the historical and regulatory scheme of workers compensation, unemployment compensation, the basic statutory law, administrative law, and enforcement scheme governing labor and employment; collective bargaining laws; and civil service and civil rights in the public sector. 47 contact hours.

PLA 3563   INSURANCE LAW

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to the Paralegal Studies BAS program or Permission of the Dean and PLA 2114 with a minimum grade of C. This course examines the nature of insurance, insurable interests, the definitions of risk, persons insured, the procedures for filing claims, defenses of the insurer, doctrines of waiver and estoppel, measures of recovery, the insurer's duty to defend, bad faith causes of action, reinsurance, bonds, and regulation of insurance. 47 contact hours.

PLA 3703   SEMINAR IN PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY

credits: 3  
Pre or corequisite: PLA 2114. Prerequisite: Admission to LEGAL-BAS or LEGAL-CT. This course covers ethical responsibilities of legal professionals, a study in the canons of legal ethics, and areas of liability for professional malpractice. This course requires the student to participate in a community service-learning project approved by the college, instructor, and student. 47 contact hours.

PLA 3723   LOGIC AND THE LAW

credits: 3  
Pre or corequisite: PLA 2114. Prerequisite: Admission to the Paralegal Studies BAS program. This course will introduce students to various forms of reasoning and informal fallacies. Subsequently, the course will conduct an in-depth study of deductive syllogistic logic and will conclude by introducing the quantification techniques of propositional and predicate logic (first-order symbolic logic). The course includes logic games and application of logical analytical principles to legal writing. 47 contact hours.

PLA 3734   COMPUTERS AND THE LAW OFFICE

credits: 3  
Pre or corequisite: PLA 2114. Prerequisite: Admission to the Paralegal Studies BAS program. This course introduces the student to the law office work environment and contains instruction and practice on computer programs common to law offices. Applications will include word processing, spreadsheets, databases, document preparation and billing software. 47 contact hours.

PLA 3735   ADVANCED COMPUTERIZED LEGAL RESEARCH

credits: 1  

Prerequisite: Admission to the Paralegal Studies BAS program PLA 2114 with a minimum grade of C. This course is designed to familiarize the student with online legal databases, enhance previously learned research skills, and utilize research skills in completing an advanced research assignment. 16 contact hours.

PLA 3873   SECURITIES LAW

credits: 3  
Pre or corequisite: PLA 2114. Prerequisite: Admission to the Paralegal Studies BAS program. This course surveys federal and state regulation of securities from initial registration and issuance to public trading. The course focuses on the nature and extent of investor protection and the duties and liabilities of corporate officers and directors, the issuer, and others. Various aspects of securities regulation in the area of business entity finance are discussed including such regulatory schemes as the Securities Act of 1933, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and the Florida Blue Sky laws. 47 contact hours.

PLA 3885   UNITED STATES CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

credits: 3  

Pre or corequisite: PLA 2114. Prerequisite: Admission to Paralegal Studies BAS or admission to Public Policy and Administration BS program. This course is developed both topically and historically to approach the judicial review process, the doctrine of implied powers, the three branches of power, substantive due process along with equal protection, civil rights, free speech and religion. 47 contact hours.

PLA 4116   LEGAL WRITING SEMINAR

credits: 3  
Pre or corequisite: PLA 2114. Prerequisite: Admission to the Paralegal Studies BAS program. This course provides a comprehensive review of the entire legal researching and writing process. The further development of legal researching and writing skills is fostered with special emphasis on analyzing and preparing documents for either the state or federal court system. 47 contact hours.

PLA 4225   CIVIL TRIAL PRACTICE

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: PLA 2203 and PLA 2114. This course is designed to prepare the legal assistant to assist the civil trial attorney in civil litigation in Florida state and federal actions by providing experience preparing for trial. This course covers the Florida and Federal Rules of Civil and Appellate Procedure and the application of the Rules in litigation and the appeals process. The course will teach students how to prepare for a trial including abstracting depositions, preparing a trial brief, preparing pre-trial motions, constructing a trial strategy, and utilizing skills in a mock trial. This course builds on PLA 2203 with a strong focus on trial preparation and practice. Not intended for students who have taken PLA 2223. 47 contact hours.

PLA 4263   EVIDENCE LAW

credits: 3  

Prerequisites: PLA 2114 and admission to the Paralegal Studies BAS program. This course is designed to introduce the student to the use of evidence in a legal cause of action, the various types of evidence, the paralegal's role in gathering and organizing that evidence, and effective use in alternative dispute resolution or trial. Students will also be taught the importance of the preservation of evidence and chain of custody. The student will be versed in the Federal and Florida Rules of Evidence. 47 contact hours.

PLA 4275   TORT AND PERSONAL INJURY LAW

credits: 3  

Prerequisites: Admission to the Paralegal Studies BAS program and PLA 2114 with a minimum grade of C and PLA 2203 with a minimum grade of C. This course is intended to provide an overview of basic concepts and laws within tort and personal injury law. Topics covered include intentional torts, the four elements of negligence, strict liability torts, various types of defamation, malpractice, insurance, and business torts. The applicable defenses to the aforementioned torts will be covered as well. In addition, it will provide the student fundamental tools in this area of the law concerning how law firms function, assessing cases for settlement value, investigating claims, billing hours, and evaluating insurance policies. 47 contact hours.

PLA 4404   COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: BUL 2241 with a minimum grade of C or BUL 2131 with a minimum grade of C or BUL 3310 with a minimum grade of C and admission to the Paralegal Studies BAS program. In this practical skills course, students review and prepare transactional documents associated with the most common business transactions and closings. This course requires the student to be proficient with computer applications as the class will be conducted in a computer lab. 47 contact hours.

PLA 4522   HEALTH CARE LAW

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: BUL 2241 or BUL 2131 or BUL 3310 or permission of Dean. This course is intended to provide an overview of regulations and laws applying to the health care system. Topics covered include the contractual relationship established between patient and provider as well as patient and health insurance company; state and federal regulations regarding licensing, health care facilities, and health care insurance; and state and federal laws governing health care, privacy and bioethics. In addition, the course will give an in-depth look at the governing case law in each of these areas as well as addressing issues surrounding liability in the health care profession and medical malpractice. 47 contact hours.

PLA 4554   ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

credits: 3  

Prerequisites: PLA 2114 with a minimum grade of C and admission to the Paralegal Studies BAS program . This course is intended to provide an overview of concepts and laws within environmental law. Topics covered include the history and foundations of environmental law and the main laws and regulations surrounding the protection of our environment. An in-depth examination of the applicable laws and regulations will be pursued to achieve the requisite knowledge of environmental issues. 47 contact hours.

PLA 4613   REAL PROPERTY LAW

credits: 3  

Prerequisites: BUL 2241 with a minimum grade of C or BUL 2131 with a minimum grade of C or BUL 3310 with a minimum grade of C and admission to the Paralegal Studies BAS program or permission of the Dean. This course is designed to provide students with a basic overview of real property law with transactional considerations. Topics covered include: the basic elements of real property law, the different methods used to record and describe property, the methods used to transfer title, the rights associated with real estate ownership, the elements of real estate contracts, the basic elements of landlord/tenant law, deeds, mortgages, restrictions on land use, title insurance and title examinations, the closing process, and tax implications. Emphasis will be placed on the practical application of the skills necessary to perform drafting and review of related documents. 47 contact hours.

PLA 4806   FAMILY LAW

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: PLA 2114 with a minimum grade of C and admission to the Paralegal Studies BAS program. This course is a study of cases, Florida Statutes, and legal principles relevant to the formation, regulation and dissolution of the family unit, and to legal obligations which arise within the family relationship. The course considers: nuptial agreements, marriage, annulment, divorce, division of property, maintenance, custody, visitation, child support, tax law, adoption, paternity, and ethical issues. Emphasis is placed on developing practical skills such as the creation of pleadings, agreements, discovery, and trial preparation. 47 contact hours.

PLA 4827   SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT LAW

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: BUL 2241 or BUL 2131 or BUL 3310. This course introduces the student to basic concepts and regulations within the sports and entertainment industry with a focus on contract, constitutional, and intellectual property law. Topics covered in the area of sports law include the history of sports agents, torts and crimes in sports, Title IX and women’s issues, contract law regarding athletes, financial and compensation considerations, American with Disabilities Act in sports, athlete/celebrity status, and intellectual property issues. Topics covered in the area of entertainment law include the legal structure of film, television, music, live stage, and publishing industries, contract law regarding entertainers, credits and compensation, constitutional considerations, and intellectual property law issues. 47 contact hours.

PLA 4830   COMPARATIVE LEGAL SYSTEMS

credits: 3  
Pre or corequisite: PLA 2114. Prerequisite: Admission to the Paralegal Studies BAS program. This course provides an examination of various legal traditions and systems of the world. International law and transboundary issues will be discussed. Substantive and procedural laws will be examined. Availability of resources will be emphasized. 47 contact hours.

PLA 4843   IMMIGRATION LAW

credits: 3  

Pre or corequisite: PLA 2114. Prerequisite: Admission to LEGAL-BAS or LEGAL-CT. This course is intended to provide an overview of U.S. immigration laws. Special emphasis is placed on the practical aspects of immigration law, an examination of the substantive and procedural aspects of this type of practice, and an analysis of the changes in our immigration laws and policies post September 11, 2001. In addition, it will provide the student fundamental tools in this area of the law concerning interviewing a client as well as forms and documents requirements. 47 contact hours.

PLA 4876   ANIMAL LAW

credits: 3  

Prerequisites: PLA 2114 and admission to the Paralegal Studies BAS program. This course is designed to review a wide range of legal policies as they apply to the emerging field of animal law. Considerations include contract applications, tort and criminal law, state and federal regulation of all types of animals, and discussing of rights and responsibilities pertaining to animals. 47 contact hours.

PLA 4941   PARALEGAL STUDIES CAPSTONE

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: Permission of Dean and senior standing. This is the capstone course for the Paralegal Studies program. It will provide the opportunity for the student to demonstrate that he/she has learned both the theoretical material and practical skills from the program and can apply them in the real world. It must be taken during the student’s last semester at the college. This course focuses on giving the student the opportunity to develop and present a plan to solve a problem dealing with paralegal issues today. The student will choose a topic for a project consistent with the goals of this course and submit it to the course instructor for approval. 45 contact hours.

PLA 4944   PARALEGAL CERTIFICATE CAPSTONE

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to the Paralegal Studies BAS program or Paralegal Studies Certificate Program and permission of the Dean. This is the capstone course for the Paralegal Studies Certificate Program. It will provide the opportunity for the student to demonstrate that he/she has learned both the theoretical material and practical skills from the certificate courses and can sufficiently apply them to the Certified Legal Assisting examination. It must be taken during the student’s last session of the certificate program. A substantive review of the CLA examination topics will be covered along with practice examinations. The student will also develop a professional portfolio which is representative of the work product and assignments completed throughout the certificate courses. 45 contact hours.

PLA 4949   PARALEGAL STUDIES CO-OP WORK EXPERIENCE

credits: 1-3  

Prerequisite(s): Admission into the PLA-BAS program and Faculty Advisor/Co-op Coordinator or Dean Approval. This course is designed to provide students with major-related, supervised, evaluated practical training work experiences which may be paid or voluntary. Students are graded on the basis of documented learning acquired through hands-on experiences in an actual work setting. The student must fulfill the requirement of 60 on-the-job hours for each credit earned in addition to written assignments.


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