Legal Office Professional---Bilingual(English/Spanish)---Basic
Certificate of Achievement
Career/Technical (Major Code: C2365)
Prepares students to work in a bilingual (English/Spanish) legal office. Emphasizes the research and preparation of legal documents and court forms. Reviews advanced legal terminology. Improves skills in legal word processing in English and Spanish.
Program Student Learning Outcome Statement
- Student will work in a legal office setting interacting with supervisors, co-workers, and the public in a variety of ways, including receiving, clarifying, and providing information and direction in both English and Spanish.
- Student will interact properly and ethically in a legal environment with people of diverse backgrounds at work and in the community providing quality customer service in both English and Spanish.
- Student will utilize print material and computer/Internet documents such as reports, tables, statistics, and reference materials to produce clear, accurate, and organized documents utilizing word processing applications.
The U.S. Department of Education requires colleges to disclose a variety of information for any financial aid eligible program that “prepares students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation.”
Students who complete this program will have acquired the necessary analytical tools to successfully secure gainful employment in the field of study.
For more information regarding the data provided for this program and what it means to you as a student, please feel free to visit our SWC Gainful Employment website at: www.swccd.edu/gainfulemployment.
|BUS 74||KEYBOARDING SPEED AND ACCURACY II||1|
|BUS 96||CUSTOMER SERVICE AND COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES||1|
|BUS 200A||MICROSOFT WORD: BEGINNING||2.5|
|BUS 210||BUSINESS ENGLISH||3|
|BUS 229||LEGAL TERMINOLOGY---BILINGUAL (ENGLISH/SPANISH)||3|
|CIS 92||MICROSOFT OFFICE SUITE||3-4|
|or CIS 101||INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS|
|SPAN 215||SPANISH FOR BILINGUALS I *||5|
|LEGL 223||LEGAL OFFICE PROCEDURES||2.5|
Native speakers from a Spanish-speaking country who have finished high school or the equivalent in that country will have satisfied the Spanish language requirement. Students who have completed high school in the U.S. and have completed the fourth-year level of Spanish will have satisfied the Spanish language requirement.