Associate of Arts Degree
Think you want to be a lawyer? Looking for a career that is challenging, intellectually stimulating and fulfilling? This is a great place to start exploring your interest in law.
Be exposed to a broad overview of U.S. law while providing the groundwork and educational foundation for a degree in law. This degree is also a starting point for a career as a paralegal, legal assistant, victim’s advocate or in other legal related areas.
|Intro to Federal Indian Law||3|
|Politics and Judicial Process||3|
|Introduction to Criminal Justice||3|
|Criminal Legal Procedures||3|
|Law of Evidence||3|
|Research in Criminal Justice||3|
|Business Law I||3|
Students must choose twelve (12) credits from the following list of approved electives; student should not take more than three (3) credits from any one elective program area (i.e. take only one AIST, ENGL, or POLS course).
|Intro to American Indian Studies or American Indian Literature||3|
|Intro to Cultural Anthropology||3|
|World Literature I or Intro to Shakespeare or Legends and Lore||3|
|History of Islam||3|
|Logic I: Critical Thinking||3|
|World Political Cultures or International Realtions & World Politics||3|
General Ed. Requirements
Students must complete general education requirements that will provide students a general knowledge to help them complete a degree at CWC.
|Writing Level I||3|
|American & Wyoming Government||3|