Curriculum Structure

The Bachelor of Law study program is a 4-year study program with 240 European credits (ECTS) and is built from study hours in the auditorium and individual study hours. The number of credits is a quantitative measure of a student’s overall workload.

 

The commencement, end of academic year, exam sessions and the official vacations are determined in the academic calendar approved by the Senate. The curriculum is comprised of basic training subjects, involving highly professional training subjects, and integrative training subjects.

 

Meanwhile, the key elements which comprise an added value of the practical training of students in accordance with the requirements of the labor market are the combination of professional practice, clinical education and the development of a dissertation at the level of basic scientific research.

 

YEAR ONE: 60 ECTS

SEMESTER  1:30 ECTS
Hours per week
No Type

Subject

L P ECTS

Lecturer

1 C Theory of State and Law 7
2 C History of State and Law 5
3 C Human Rights and Ethics of Law 5
4

C

Legal Sociology

4
5

C

Legal English I

5
6

C

Elective 1:

§  Legal Statistics

§  Legal Writing

§  Legal Information Technology

4
 SEMESTER  2 :  30 ECTS
8

C

Roman Law

4
9

Kosovo Law

6
10 C Economics and Law 6
11 C Academic Writing 5
12 C Legal English II 5
13 C Elective 2:

§  Theory and Practice of Parliamentarism

§  Basics of Judicial System

§  Intercultural Competence

4
YEAR TWO: 60 ECTS
Semester 3
No Type Subject L U ECTS Lecturer
14 C Criminal Law I [General] 4
15

C

Civil Law I [General] 4
16 C Constitutional Law 6

17

C

Administrative Law 6

18

C

International Public Law 6

19

O

Elective 3:

§  Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution

§  Legal Reasoning

§  Leadership and Negotiation

4
SEMESTER 4

No

Type

Subject L U ECTS Lecturer

20

C

Civil Law II 5

21

C

Criminal Law II 5

22

C

Private International Law 5

23

C

Commercial Law 7

24

C

Family and Inheritance Law 4

25

O

Elective 4:

§  Criminology and Penology

§  Criminalistics

§  The Law of International Organisations

4
YEAR 3 THREE
 

SEMESTER 5

26

C Law of Obligations 6

27

C Civil Procedure Law 5

28

C Criminal Procedure Law 5

29

C Administrative Procedure Law 5

30

C EU Law I [Institutional] 5

31

O Elective 5:

§  Management of Judicial Institutions

§  Legal Psychology

§  Project Management

4
SEMESTER 6

32

C Employment and Social Security Law 5

33

C Comparative Constitutional Law 4

34

C Environmental Law 5

35

C EU Law II [Substantive] 6

36

C Fiscal Law 6

37

C Elective 6:

§  Banking and Financial Law

§  International Trade Law

§  Consular and Diplomatic Law

4
SEMESTER 7

38

C IT Law 5

39

C Intellectual Property Law 4

40

C Consumer Protection Law 5

41

C Company Law 6

42

O Elective 7:

§  Insurance Law

§  Media Law

§  International Relations

6
SEMESTER 8

43

C Legal Clinic 10

44

C Legal Research Methods 5

45

C Dissertation 15