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Anoka Technical College
(763) 576-4700
1355 West Highway 10
Anoka, MN

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Saint Cloud State University
(320) 308-0121
115 AS Building
Saint Cloud, MN
Tuition
Full-Time In-State Tuition Costs : $5405
Full-Time Non-Resident Tuition Costs : $11732
School Information
Type of Institution : Comprehensive higher education system
Institutional Designation : Public—State

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Anoka Technical College
(763) 576-4700
1355 W Hwy 10
Anoka, MN
Tuition
$4,669.00
# of Undergrads
980
School Information
Public
Setting
Suburban

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Rasmussen College - St Cloud
(320) 251-5600
226 Park Avenue South
St. Cloud, MN
Tuition
$14,640.00
# of Undergrads
365
School Information
Private
Setting
Small city

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Model College of Hair Design
(320) 253-4222
201 Eighth Ave S
Saint Cloud, MN
# of Undergrads
91
School Information
Private
Setting
Small city

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Rasmussen College - Saint Cloud, MN
(320) 251-5600
226 Park Avenue South
Saint Cloud, MN

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Anoka Technical College
1355 W Hwy 10
Anoka, MN
 
Saint Cloud State University
(320) 308-0121
720 Fourth Ave. South
Saint Cloud, MN
Tuition
$12,474.00
# of Undergrads
12070
School Information
Public
Setting
Small city

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Saint Cloud State University
720 Fourth Ave. South
Saint Cloud, MN
 
St. Cloud State University
(320) 308-0121
720 4th Avenue South
St. Cloud, MN
 
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Benefits of a Law Degree

Obtaining a law degree doesn’t mean you have to go into a traditional legal job. True, many law school graduates do go on to become lawyers, but the skills learned in law school are directly transferable to more than 300 other professions. You will develop analytical, advocacy, research, and communication skills in law school as well as the ability to solve problems by breaking it down into it’s component parts.

Not only are the career possibilities endless for individual’s with a law degree, the opportunity for advancement and salary growth is high. Criminal justice careers, education administration careers, energy careers, and financial services all offer advancement opportunities and salary growth. The following are just a few career fields open to law school graduates. Others are:

  • -Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • -Civil Rights
  • -Contract and Procurement
  • -Court Administration
  • -Education Faculty
  • -Environmental
  • -Human Resources
  • -International Affairs/Trade
  • -Insurance
  • -Intellectual Property
  • -Intelligence/National Security
  • -Labor Relations
  • -Legal Administration
  • -Marketing
  • -Legal Documents/Information
  • -Legislation and Regulatory Affairs
  • -Management
  • -Publishing/Broadcasting
  • -Real Estate/Housing
  • -Taxation
  • -Transportation

To earn a law degree, you’ll have to start with a bachelor’s degree. Your degree must be from an accredited college or university. Although it is not necessary to major in these areas, many undergraduates major in legal studies, criminal justice, law and society or other similar degree. Majoring in a law-related area, however, can make earning a law degree much easier. After earning your bachelor’s degree, you’ll have to take the Law School Admissions Test or LSAT. With a high score in the LSAT and an excellent GPA in college, you should have no problems getting into law school. Just keep in mind that while getting into “a” program will be easy for you, getting into a top program could be challengin...

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