Metropolitan Community College offers many flexible scheduling options to you meet degree requirements while balancing work and life. For convenience, we have listed our classes in alphabetical order.
Important: MCC recently updated the BSAD course designator for its business courses to either BUSN or ACCT. Please refer to the Business Course Crosswalk (PDF) to determine the name of the new BUSN or ACCT course that will fulfill the BSAD requirement on your degree plan.
PARA 104 - Principles of Legal Technology (3 credits)
Prerequisites: CSIS 115 & PARA 100. This course will provide an overview of the primary types of technology and related skills utilized regularly by practicing paralegals. The course offers a broad understanding of legal technology and the need for paralegals to be proficient with computers, software, and other forms of technology. The material will address how various technologies are utilized both in the office and in the courtroom. Students will study challenges associated with technology such as ethics and security. Various software applications will be studied, including document management, timekeeping, spreadsheets, and presentation graphics. This is a hands-on course conducted in the computer lab and allows the student to apply the course material through a variety of activities.
1 session(s) offered.
|Class # 14180||Instructor: Jackie Mayo||Session: Regular Academic Session|
|Lecture||Time: 06:00PM-08:09PM||Days: T||In Person|
|Lab||Time: 08:10PM-09:00PM||Days: T||In Person|
|Fees*||No additional fees for this course.|
|Enrollment||To enroll, you'll need the class # (e.g. 46421) for each of your selected classes.|
|Textbooks||To find textbooks, required for your class, you'll need to know the class#, campus and term.|
|Support Services||Students with documented disabilities may request assistance at Disability Support Services offices.|
* Fees may change on a per semester basis; refer to the Course Fee Summary for more info:
Course Fee Summary: Summer 2020
The purpose of this schedule is to provide information. It does not constitute a contract. Classes may be added, combined or cancelled and instructors may be changed at the discretion of Metropolitan Community College.