Center for Law and Public Service

Begin your path to a new career!

The Center for Law and Public Service has programs to prepare you for a rewarding career in several areas.

Center for Law and Public Service

Earn a degree or certification in one of many programs.

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Center for Law and Public Service Programs

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Paralegal Studies

Our ABA approved and renowned associate degree paralegal program prepares you to work as a professional paralegal under the supervision of an attorney.

Paralegal Studies
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Criminal Justice

This program provides the coursework needed for a career in law enforcement, the court system, or to transfer to a 4 year baccalaureate program.

Criminal Justice
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Conflict Management / Dispute Resolution

Taught by mediation experts, learn to resolve disputes through arbitration, negotiation, mediation, and facilitation.

Conflict Management
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Fire Protection Technology

If you are already a Firefighter, the AAS degree may grant you credit for training taken through the TCFP. Other career options in this field include fire investigation, consulting, industrial safety, fire engineering, and fire equipment sales.

Fire Protection Technology
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Emergency Medical Services

Are you interested in a rewarding, challenging and fast-paced medical field that will always have job openings? More than ever, the field of emergency medicine needs trained personnel for a wide variety of career paths.

Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
 
 

Looking for other options? El Centro College offers additional programs and certificates in law and public service to get you started in your career, or help you expand your skills.

Need help on choosing the right pathway?

Contact us:

Center for Law and Public Service
Phone: 214-860- 2269
Email: ECC.C4LPS@dcccd.edu



*This American Bar Association (ABA) program does not qualify a graduate to take a Bar exam, represent clients in court, give legal advice, or provide independent legal services. Paralegals may not provide legal services directly to the public, except as permitted by law.