Bachelor's degree in Law
Law degrees have always been among the most chosen and widely respected path to study at university. For many students, obtaining a law degree is the first step for a career in the legal sector. At the same time, law degrees are notoriously challenging and commensurately rewarded.
Like most academic degrees, the Law program of the ASCCA starts with compulsory core courses and more opportunities to choose law topics tailored to a particular career path come later on. Teaching is organized through a combination of lectures, seminars, group work, presentations, class debates, and other interactive methods. Along with classes, students can also attend different seminars and lectures organized by the Academy in order to develop their key competencies.
This specialty trains scientists, lecturers, and administrators for different legal institutions of the country who have absorbed the principles of universal law and who have gained necessary communication skills. Furthermore, students of the Law program can become law practitioners who have the competence to solve legal problems and to determine necessary policies that should be followed based on the needs of the society.