If you think that you can’t afford to attend college or that you don’t have time for college, think again.
The online programs now available in Alabama make it easier than ever to complete your degree on your time.
As the school grew, it added new campuses in more than 30 states and expanded outside the technical programs it initially offered.
Students can now take courses on computers, nursing, information technology, criminal justice and dozens of other topics.
Students take 22.5 credit hours in core classes, which include composition, college mathematics, science and government.
You’ll also take courses on professional communications and problem solving and a 4.5 credit hour elective.ITT Tech offers an online preparation class, which shows you how to use the online system to connect with teachers and students, upload projects and do research from home.Students take a total of 96 credit hours of courses, which include six general education courses, three technical courses and 15 core courses in paralegal studies.The School of Criminal Justice offers several paralegal programs that delve into various areas of the law.Students taking online courses through the Mobile campus can choose between several different paralegal programs.The Criminal Justice: Paralegal Studies Associate of Applied Science is another online program available for students living in Bessemer and other parts of Alabama.Graduates of the program have the skills that employers look for when hiring paralegals for positions in corporate law, real estate law and other areas of law.The school now has campuses in 35 states, but it also has a strong online presence.ITT Tech offers courses through its School of Criminal Justice, which teaches students more about criminal justice, law enforcement, the legal process in America and other legal issues.More than 80,000 students enroll in classes online and on one of the traditional college campuses throughout the country.The Criminal Justice: Paralegal program available through ITT Tech in Bessemer gives you the chance to earn your Associate of Applied Science degree in Criminal Justice with a concentration in the paralegal program.