Kaplan University

Kaplan University

Degree Title: B.S. in Paralegal Studies/Social Security Law
College: Kaplan University
Degree Level: Bachelor
Accreditation: Kaplan University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Requirements: N/A
Program Desc: Kaplan University's Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies provides a solid foundation in the law and paralegal skills, including litigation preparation, document supervision, and legal research. Graduates may pursue career opportunities or job advancement in a legal environment such as a private law firm, corporate law department, or local, state, or federal agency. You will gain research and analytical skills along with technical competencies in specialized areas of law. The emphasis in Social Security Law will prepare you to work on your own or for a law firm as a non-attorney client representative before the Social Security Administration. You will learn how to lead clients through procedures, argue cases and cross-examine witnesses, just as an attorney would. You may also find work at the SSA. Required courses include: Social Security Disability Law, Principles of Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Preparing for the Administrative Law Hearing, Handling Childhood Disability Claims, Principles of Medicaid and Medicare and The Role of the Paralegal in a Social Security Law.
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