Everest College offers two campuses in Arizona, one is located in Phoenix, and the other is located in Mesa.
The Phoenix campus is located in the greater metropolitan area of the city on 25th Street.
Cave Creek Park is located right next to the building.
The Mariners Village Shopping Center is just down the road.
The Black Canyon Freeway runs right next to the campus.
The Mesa campus is located near downtown Mesa on East Baseline Road.
The Crossroads Tavern is located next to the college and the Four Seasons Sushi Bar and Grill is located just down the road.
The campus is located just off North Higley Road which meets up with Superstition Freeway.
Paralegal Programs Offered
Everest College offers an associate degree program in paralegal studies.
The American Bar Association has approved the program.
Program Schedule and Requirements
The paralegal program offered by Everest College consists of 96 quarter credit hours and will take approximately 24 months to complete.
The degree is broken down as follows, 14 quarter credit hours of college core requirements, 44 quarter credit hours of major course requirements, 4 quarter credit hours of an elective course, 34 quarter credit hours of general education courses, and 12 quarter credit hours of fundamental course requirements.
During the paralegal program, students will be required to participate in a mock trial. Students are also required to complete the capstone course which requires an internship at an approved location.
If you would like more information about the paralegal program offered by the college you may contact Kim Steinmetz, Academic Program Director by phone at 602-749-4317.