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If the US legal system intrigues you, one of the 27 programs here can help you launch a career. The average cost of these programs is $15,924 a year, with tuition ranging from $6,070 to $44,463. Student reviewers gave an average recommendation rate of 62 percent across these colleges, as well as a career helpfulness rating of 60 percent. This is the percentage of reviewers who reported that their online training improved their career.

Certificate Associate Bachelor's Master's Doctorate
Annual Tuition Certificate $14,378 Associate $14,428 Bachelor's $14,601 Master's $15,235 Doctorate $12,393
Annual Earnings (mid-career) -- -- Bachelor's $50,009 Master's $79,030 Doctorate $104,217

Law and paralegal degrees can be earned at many different degree levels and in many specializations. Associate programs usually focus in paralegal studies. These degrees discuss legal research, legal writing, and different areas of the law, such as torts and criminal law. Bachelor's degrees focus in areas like political science, justice studies, pre-law, and legal studies. These degrees can be used to prepare for law school or a career in public service, policy, or politics. Master's degrees in legal studies are used by non-lawyers to add an understanding of the law to their current career. For example, a hospital administrator could focus their master's program in the legal system and healthcare.

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