Awarded Academic Degree: Bachelor of Law
Code of Inquiry: 0880108
Term of Studying: 4 years (240 ECTS credits)
Language of Teaching: Georgian
Annual Fee: 2500 GEL
Requirements of Admittance on Program: disciplines to be passed: Georgian Language and Literature, Foreign Language, History.
Contingent to be received: 200
Program Supervisors : Nino Katamadze, Dimitry Gegenava
The purpose of the Law Bachelor Educational Program to acquire student with:
- Broad theoretical knowledge of core characteristics, principals and institutions of national legal system, general principals of law, values, political, social, philosophical, historical and economic aspects of law, as well as about national and foreign scientific view and legislation;
- Deep knowledge in the fields of public, private, international and criminal laws.
- The program is oriented:
- On preparation of qualified specialist having academic degree of the bachelor of law, teaching to him/her functions of law in social and state life, development of legal expertise and other professional skills.
- Inculcation of innovative approaches in the direction of law and integration of the results of scientific research in teaching process;
- Evaluation of university traditions by means of fundamental and useful scientific research in direction of law;
- Preparation of new scientific staff in so far.
- Principal value of Bachelor educational program in the field of law is, that students are offered practical knowledge. The program covers the most practical courses, such as: practical course of private law, practical course of public law, practical course of criminal law, legal writing and skills to be used in litigation process.
- After finalizing program graduates will be able to be employed for the purpose of conducting legal work:
- In legislative and executive structures of the state;
- Judicial structures;
- Law enforcement and other structures of control;
- In juridical persons of public and private law or other nonprofit (noncommercial) organizations.
Exclusive teaching courses:
- Victimology (In English)
- Diplomatic and Consular Law
- Preface to Islamic Law
- Preface to Orthodox Canonic Law
- Preface to American Law
- Agreement on Association and legal approximation
- Sociology of the crime