Bachelor of Science in Law
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The Bachelor of Science in Law (BSL) is a somewhat special-purpose undergraduate degree that is typically intended for students who have completed some undergraduate education, but not received a baccalaureate degree, and are intending to resume their education and commence the study of law, ultimately towards a Juris Doctor degree, but need a bachelor's degree first. Academic work at the start of a law program is sometimes combined with previous academic credit to form the basis of a BSL award. The BSL degree is also sometimes intended for students who do not intend to attend law school, but are instead becoming paralegals or other legal assistants.
- Bachelor of Science in Law at Northwestern California University School of Law (NWCULaw®)
- Bachelor of Science in Law at Southern California Institute of Law
- Bachelor of Science in Law at Larry H. Layton School of Law
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