An academic degree that allows students to study legal and management aspects, psychology, international relations, criminalistics, along with knowledge in education and pedagogy.

Academic degree:

Master of Laws (1 year), Master of Laws 2 (years)

Code and name of the educational program:

7M04202 “Law”

Core subjects:        

Theory of state and law, Situational case

Form of study and duration of study:    

Specialized master’s degree: 1 year

Scientific and pedagogical magistracy: 2 years

Description of the educational program:

The major “Law” in the magistracy is intended for students who want to deepen their knowledge and skills in the field of law and jurisprudence. The training program includes the study of various areas of law, such as civil, criminal, labor, tax, family, constitutional and others.

Master’s students in Jurisprudence learn various methods and approaches to analyzing and solving legal problems, as well as gain practical skills in working with legal documents, representing clients and participating in litigation. They also study the theoretical and practical aspects of professional ethics and responsibility in the legal profession.

The Master’s program also includes the study of international law and the law of the European Union, which gives students the opportunity to gain knowledge of international norms and rules that govern relations between states, organizations and individuals.

As part of their studies, students can choose different specializations, such as corporate law, intellectual property law, tax law, international law and others, depending on their interests and career goals.

Career opportunities:

Graduates of the program can work in various fields, including law enforcement, legal consulting, private firms and organizations, government agencies and others. They may work as lawyers, lawyers, judges, prosecutors, legal consultants and other legal professionals. They can also continue their education and obtain a Doctor of Laws (PhD) degree.