Law and Law Enforcement

The field of legal science, aimed at training professionals knowledgeable about the legal system, able to provide legal assistance and public order.

Academic Degree: Bachelor of Laws 

Code and name of the educational program: 6B04205 “Law and Law Enforcement”

Elective subjects:    

After school: World History, Foundations of Law    
After college: Foundations of State and Law Theory, Civil Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Form and duration of studying:       

Full-time (after school) – 4 years     
On the basis of TPE (after college) full-time, shortened  – 3 years 
On the basis of HE (after university) full-time, shortened  – 2 years

Description of the educational program:

The Law and Law Enforcement specialty is an area of legal knowledge and practical skills related to the legal aspects of law enforcement, including law enforcement organization, crime investigation, criminal and administrative law, human rights, and more.

As part of this specialty, students study the theoretical and practical aspects of the legal activities of law enforcement agencies, as well as gain practical skills in the investigation of crimes, administrative offenses, and ensuring the rights and freedoms of citizens.

Major subjects studied in this major include:

Criminal law is the study of regulations and jurisprudence related to criminal offenses, as well as their classification and sanctions.

Administrative law is the study of regulations and jurisprudence related to administrative offenses and sanctions.

Criminalistics is the study of methods and techniques of crime investigation, collection and analysis of evidence.

Human rights is the study of international and national laws and jurisprudence related to human rights, their protection and enforcement.

Law enforcement organization is the study of the organization and operation of law enforcement agencies such as the police, Federal Security Service, etc.

Career Opportunities:

Law and law enforcement graduates can work in a variety of fields related to law and law enforcement. Some possible career paths for graduates of this major include: law firms that provide legal services to corporate and private clients, such as legal advice, document preparation, court representation, etc.; government agencies, such as the judiciary, law enforcement, prosecutors, and other government agencies that involve law and law enforcement; the legal departments of large companies, where they may practice law in.

6B04205 Law and Law Enforcement