Teaching and Learning

On completion of the programme exams and requirements in each of the subjects, the student will gain:

  • Ability to make systematic analyze of the knowledge on the law, computer criminology and forensics, achieved in particular areas, including both foundations and professional practice digital forensics;
  • Skills to analyze the essential principles and practices of computer crimes and digital forensics as well as current research, standards, processes, principles of quality and the most appropriate software technologies, to support the investigation and legal procedure in computer crimes;
  • Skills to apply knowledge gained by research and practice in the legal procedure of computer crime investigation, including appropriate software support of the process;
  • Advanced knowledge on the professional, legal, social and ethical framework of international and national cyber crimes, information security, administration of information and legal procedure;
  • Advanced knowledge on the gaps of present knowledge and to utilize research skills, to conduct research into unresolved issues.
  • Skills to interpret and synthesizes the reasoning of legal rules as part of a legal system and applies it to a variety of real cases.
  • Capability to make professional written and oral presentations based on the skills to access key sources and to gather information;
  • Capability to work in team and to communicate effectively orally and in writing regarding legal matters;
  • Capability to have an appreciation for the need to be lifelong learners;
  • Capability to know a professional code of ethics and privacy regulations.

Based on the above described aim of the programme the institution has creates conditions for measurable knowledge, skills and attitudes, which reflect the market demands, local and international influences in law sciences.

At last, in accordance with the European Qualifications Framework the proposed master programme respond to the NQF level 7

The Law Faculty has an efficient collaboration with the Municipal Court of Pristina, National Chamber of Advocates. Law Faculty in UBT has built the practice of visits realized in the Municipal Court, public agencies (Kosovo Agency of Competition, Business Registration Agency and other practical sector of the law, supervised by a professor of professional practice in bachelor and master programs.

Grading of students tests, assignments and projects is assisted by the use of matrices or other means to ensure that the planned range of domains of student learning outcomes are addressed. Arrangements are made within the institution for training of teaching staff in the theory and practice of student assessment.

The programe ensure the link between theory and practice. So, the majority of graduate programs taught at UBT the students will be required to undertake practical and/or laboratory work.

The aims of practical work vary but usually include:

  • Linking theory with practice.
  • Developing hands-on skills and techniques.
  • Learning how to use equipment.
  • Drawing conclusions and evaluative skills.
  • Professional skills development – e.g. team work, presenting findings, etc.