The objective of the Master’s program in Public Economic Law is to deepen and enrich knowledge covering the essential branches of domestic and international public economic law. It allows students to choose courses that specialize in a branch of public economic law for their doctoral studies. From a professional perspective, the proposed training aims to enable students to pursue fundamental research and higher education, as well as qualify them for positions in the public, quasi-public, private economic sectors, and the economy as a whole.
Targeted Qualifications and Skills:
The project aims to graduate qualified competencies in public economic law to meet the scientific and professional needs in this important legal branch, benefiting management and various stakeholders in economic institutions.
Regional and National Employability Capacities
Given that public economic law deals with the regulation of the public economic sector, training in this field is crucial to mastering the legal system of the public economic sector from various objective and procedural aspects. It is also important to highlight the significance of various bodies in the public economic sector at regional, national, and even international levels, including the need to provide the judicial system with specialized and qualified competencies in this area of law.
The training program allows students to transition into various other legal specializations. On the one hand, the project enables students to have a general exposure to private and public law in the economic field. The first and second semesters of the program also provide opportunities to explore related disciplines in legal sciences, such as economics. Additionally, students can further specialize in other branches of public economic law if they wish to pursue a more focused doctoral education.