Master’s Program in Public Law
Master’s degree in Public Law includes both thesis and non-thesis options. Graduates who have completed their undergraduate degree in the Faculty of Law can apply to the Public Law Graduate Programs. Master’s program with thesis consists of at least eight courses, a seminar course and a thesis study. The master’s program with thesis allows the student to gain the ability to access, compile, interpret and evaluate information using scientific research methods. The non-thesis master’s program consists of at least 10 courses and a term project course. The non-thesis master’s program demonstrates how to use the existing knowledge in practice by providing the student with knowledge on professional issues. During the course phase, students can take compulsory and elective courses from public law disciplines such as constitutional law, criminal law, administrative law, international law, legal history, general public law, tax law.
The envisaged contributions of the Public Law program to graduates are as follows: