The Bachelor’s degree in General Law is an academic program designed to prepare students for further studies at the Master’s level in the field of legal sciences, with a primary focus on general specialization. This degree falls within the field of General Law. After completing the first two years of common core courses (four semesters), the third year is dedicated to this specialization, aiming to provide students with knowledge and skills in various subjects of General Law, adapting their knowledge to scientific and technological advancements in the field, and developing their capabilities for in-depth analysis in the field of General Law.
Targeted Qualifications and Competencies
This training aims to graduate qualified professionals in the field of General Law to support public institutions and various entities concerned with human resources capable of meeting the scientific and professional needs in this specialization.
Regional and National Employability Skills
– Employment in various types of public institutions.
– Employment in public administrations.
– Possibility of working as a consultant or expert in General Law.
– Allows graduates to enter various freelance professions (lawyers, notaries, judicial recorders, etc.).
– Possibility of working in various other fields that do not require specific qualifications and only require a bachelor’s degree.
– This specialization allows graduates to pursue further studies at the Master’s level in several specializations within General Law, including:
– Master of State and Public Institutions
– Master of Economic General Law
– Master of Criminal Law and Criminal Sciences
– Master of International Law and International Relations
– Master of Human Rights
– Master of Environmental Law and Sustainable Development