Atlanta Technical College and Clayton State University signed an articulation agreement recently. The agreement enables Atlanta Tech paralegal students to transfer easily to Clayton State for a bachelor’s in legal studies. Dr. Kevin Demmitt, Clayton State Provost, and Dr. Murray Williams, Atlanta Tech Vice President of Academic Affairs, signed the agreement as faculty and staff from both institutions looked on.
This Paralegal/Legal Studies program articulation is designed to minimize loss of credit and course duplication. Both institutions have agreed that any Atlanta Tech student who has successfully completed all requirements indicated in the program detail will, upon application, be accepted at Clayton State University.
For more information on Paralegal/Legal Studies contact Program Coordinator Keisha Hudson, JD, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404.225.4534.
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