Degree in Law

240 credits - Faculty of Law

Subjects

Total available credits: 360 credits
First year
Name Type Credits Period
20400 - Basic Notions of Law Core Training 6,0 1st semester
20401 - General Theory of Law Core Training 6,0 1st semester
20402 - History of Law Core Training 6,0 1st semester
20406 - Foundations of Law I Core Training 6,0 1st semester, 2nd semester
20600 - Economic Environment Core Training 6,0 1st semester
21101 - Territory and Society Core Training 6,0 1st semester
20403 - Introduction to Jurisdictional Law Core Training 6,0 2nd semester
20404 - State, Political Systems and Constitution Core Training 6,0 2nd semester
20405 - Public International Law Core Training 6,0 2nd semester
20407 - Foundations of Law II Core Training 6,0 2nd semester
Second year
Name Type Credits Period
20408 - Introduction to Business Law Mandatory 6,0 1st semester
20409 - Persona and Family Mandatory 6,0 1st semester
20410 - Constitutional Law: Law and Freedom Mandatory 6,0 1st semester
20411 - Organisation and Activities of Public Administrations Mandatory 6,0 1st semester
20412 - European Union Law Mandatory 6,0 1st semester
20413 - Company Law Mandatory 6,0 2nd semester
20414 - Criminal Procedure Mandatory 6,0 2nd semester
20415 - Collective Work Relations Mandatory 6,0 2nd semester
20416 - Constitutional Law: Organisation of the State Mandatory 6,0 2nd semester
20417 - Criminal Law: Concept and Theory of Crimes Mandatory 6,0 2nd semester
Fourth year
Name Type Credits Period
20432 - Final Degree Project in Law Final Degree Project 6,0 Yearlong
20428 - Gifts and Inheritance Mandatory 6,0 1st semester
20429 - Civil Procedure of Execution Mandatory 6,0 1st semester
20430 - Private International Law Mandatory 6,0 1st semester
20431 - Taxation Law: Special Part Mandatory 6,0 1st semester

Subjects from other courses

The Credit Recognition and Transfer Commission has proposed the subjects from other degree programmes that can be recognised as elective credits on your programme in the 2024-25 academic year. 
Students able to enrol for elective credits on their curriculum may submit an online request to the relevant deans of the faculties where the subjects they would like to take are available.  

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