Bachelor Programs in Law and Regulations

Compare 54 Bachelor Programs in Law and Regulations

Law and Regulations

Bachelor Law and Regulation programs cover a wide range of topics that encompass the various aspects of law, order and regulation. Classes explore such issues as social behavior and law, regulating society, history of law, modern uses of law, and many other topics in order to provide for a comprehensive and foundational understanding of law. Bachelor Law and Regulation programs are often multidisciplinary, incorporating aspects of politics, economics, and sociology into the curriculum as well.

Specialization areas for Bachelor Law and Regulation programs are also possible and some common areas include criminal law, business law, humanitarian law, and European law. Graduates holding Bachelor Law and Regulation degrees can have a wide range of career opportunities including regulatory affairs, academia, government, consulting, medical, non-governmental organizations, and foundations, to name a few.

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Dual degree LLB

The University of Law
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 United Kingdom London Spain Madrid + 2 more

A Dual Degree with UE University Spain. A four year programme. You will experience a truly international learning experience combining studying three years with IE University in Spain and a fourth year at The University of Law. [+]

Bachelors in Law and Regulations. Dual degree LLB A Dual Degree with UE University Spain. A four year programme. You will experience a truly international learning experience combining studying three years with IE University in Spain and a fourth year at The University of Law. Successful students will be awarded both a qualifying Spanish law degree and a qualifying law degree in England and Wales. The Dual-LLB will help you develop an outstanding profile and set you on a path to become an international law professional. All applications are made direct to IE University. Course Requirements Contact IE for entry requirements - an online application with an admissions test and a decision by committee and a personal interview. [-]

Bachelor in Pre-Law

William Peace University
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 USA Raleigh

William Peace University brings the judicial system to you. Located just blocks from state and local courts, as well as the General Assembly, where laws are made, WPU pre-law students learn the legal system by working in it every day. [+]

William Peace University brings the judicial system to your doorstep. Located just blocks from state and local courts, as well as the General Assembly, where laws are made, WPU pre-law students learn the legal system by working in it every day. The William Peace University Pre-Law Program consists of inter-disciplinary courses that will help you hone the skills that law schools and the legal profession desire. You will develop your critical thinking, analytical writing and public speaking abilities in the courses. The Raleigh Experience is an innovative new program putting WPU students in the middle of the exciting world of North Carolina politics. All pre-law majors spend a semester working full time at four different sites related to the law profession. Students fill their contact lists with professional contacts as they spend their final semester of college working in four different full-time internships in the heart of the state capital. During the senior year, a WPU Pre-Law major will participate in an intensive (40 hours per week) learning experience, similar to a co-op program at other institutions. They will work for sponsoring organizations in three areas related to the law profession, which can include: advocacy/lobbying, governance, law, non-profit administration, politics, policy research, and public administration. During the semester, they will rotate through four, four-week practicums and be concurrently enrolled in their senior seminar course. One session a student might be helping legislators draft bills in the General Assembly. The next they could assist an attorney research as he or she prepares for trial. The Raleigh Experience gives students real skills and results that put them a step ahead of other law school applicants. And most of these opportunities are within walking distance of our campus. Imagine leaving your dorm, grabbing a coffee on campus and walking to the state legislature to conduct policy research. The WPU pre-law program offers more than just a top-notch education. It gives students an experience no other school in North Carolina can offer. Courses Bachelor of Arts in Pre-Law Liberal Education Curriculum 49 credit hours Pre-Law Core Courses 12 credit hours Allied Courses 12 credit hours The Raleigh Experience 12 credit hours General Electives 35 credit hours Total credit hours for the B.A. in Pre-Law 120 credit hours Careers If you are interested in attending law school and becoming a lawyer or judge, the pre-law major is for you. At William Peace University, pre-law majors do not just study their field-they work in it, connect to it and prepare to lead in it. Several opportunities exist for students who have an interest in understanding the law. Internship opportunities include but are not limited to Federal, state and county courthouses, including the North Carolina Supreme Court The North Carolina Legislative Building and the Governor's Mansion The District Attorney's Office in Wake County Law enforcement headquarters for Raleigh, Wake County and the State of North Carolina More than 400 law firms The Campbell University School of Law (with three other law schools--Duke University, North Carolina Central, and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill--within thirty miles) Administrative offices for state agencies from agriculture to transportation Headquarters for the North Carolina Democratic and Republican parties Major public policy research organizations that influence the legislative process at local, state, and national levels Non-profit agencies delivering services to citizens across North Carolina Digital, electronic, and print news outlets that cover local, state, national, and international politics [-]

Bachelor in Law (LLB)

Middlesex University London
Campus or Online Full time Part time 3 - 5 years August 2017 United Kingdom London + 1 more

Our flagship LLB Honours Law degree will help you lay the foundations for a successful career as a solicitor, barrister, or other law-related employment... [+]

Bachelor in Law (LLB)

Our flagship LLB Honours Law degree will help you lay the foundations for a successful career as a solicitor, barrister, or other law-related employment. It is the only undergraduate course that offers a qualifying law degree for exemption from the academic stage of professional legal education, recognised by the Joint Academic Stage Board of Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) and Bar Standards Board (BSB).A high percentage of our lecturers are qualified as solicitors, barristers, or both, in the UK and other jurisdictions and you will benefit from their experience and expert knowledge.On the LLB Honours Law degree you will gain an excellent grounding in legal skills and foundation subjects. You will also be given opportunities to gain specialist knowledge in areas such as Employment Law. In your first year you will also explore legal research skills and have an opportunity to take part in a moot. Graduates of our Law degrees have gone on to work for companies including American Airlines, Charsley HarrisonLLP and Santander.Students who graduate with at least a lower second class honours will be guaranteed a place at the College of Law to undertake the Legal Practice Course (the next stage towards becoming a solicitor). ... [-]


LLB Senior Status Law Degree

The University of Nottingham - Faculty of Social Sciences
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 United Kingdom Nottingham

Aimed at non-law graduates who are looking to convert to the subject, this intensive course covers the foundations of English law as well as further specialised areas. [+]

LLB Senior Status Law Degree The University offers an accelerated degree in law for students who have already graduated with a degree in another subject. It is completed over two years of full-time study during the same semester period as our other undergraduate degrees, and for the most part, involves study of the same modules. For this degree all the optional subjects must be those offered in the School of Law and you will not be eligible for the study abroad courses. Because the course will demand an intensive level of study effort, we would expect you to have achieved a very good level in your earlier degree (normally upper-second-class or equivalent). This course is a qualifying degree for professional purposes. Year one In year one you will take Public Law, Law of Contract, Foundations of Tort, Land Law and Criminal Law. Year two In year two you will take Law of the European Union, Law of Trusts and up to 90 credits of optional law modules. Entry requirements Degree: 2:1 in an undergraduate degree, preferably a non-law subject, or a grade point average of 3.2 on a scale of 4 The Law National Aptitude Test (LNAT) You must also take the National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT) when applying for our undergraduate law courses. English language requirements IELTS: 7.0 (no less than 7.0 in any element) Students who require extra support to meet the English language requirements for their academic course can attend a presessional course at the Centre for English Language Education (CELE) to prepare for their future studies. Students who pass at the required level can progress directly to their academic programme without needing to retake IELTS. Please visit the CELE webpages for more information. Flexible admissions policy In recognition of our applicants’ varied experience and educational pathways, The University of Nottingham employs a flexible admissions policy. We may make some applicants an offer lower than advertised, depending on their personal and educational circumstances. Please see the University’s admissions policies and procedures for more information. Modules Typical year one modules Core modules Criminal Law Foundations of Tort A Foundations of Tort B Land Law Law of Contract A Law of Contract B Public Law A Public Law B Typical year two modules Core modules Law of the European Union Law of Trusts Plus up to 90 credits of additional law modules. Optional modules Classical Legal Theory Dissertation Employment Law Family Law Foundations of Public International Law Intellectual Property International Humanitarian Law International Human Rights Issues in Company Law Legal Issues in Health Care Maritime Law Mental Health Law and Policy Principles of Corporate Insolvency Law Principles of Criminal Evidence Social Welfare and the Law Tax Law A The modules we offer are inspired by the research interests of our staff and as a result may change for reasons of, for example, research developments or legislation changes. The above list is a sample of typical modules we offer, not a definitive list. Careers A degree from the School of Law will equip you with a thorough knowledge of English law and an in-depth understanding of the areas in which you choose to specialise. A high proportion of our graduates go on to complete legal training relevant to that of a solicitor (Legal Practice Course) or barrister (Bar Professional Training Course), whether or not they have secured a training contract or pupillage. Those seeking careers outside of law use their degree to gain access to a wide variety of professions and organisations such as consultancies, business advisory services, marketing, civil service, public relations, accountancy and campaigning. Professional recognition This course is recognised by the Joint Academic Stage Board of the Solicitors Regulation Authority and Bar Standards Board. Average starting salary and career progression In 2015, 95% of first-degree graduates in the School of Law who were available for employment had secured work or further study within six months of graduation. The average starting salary was £20,685 with the highest being £40,000.* *Known destinations of full-time home first degree undergraduates 2014/15. Salaries are calculated based on those in full-time paid employment within the UK. Careers support and advice Studying for a degree at The University of Nottingham will provide you with the type of skills and experiences that will prove invaluable in any career, whichever direction you decide to take. Throughout your time with us, our Careers and Employability Service can work with you to improve your employability skills even further; assisting with job or course applications, searching for appropriate work experience placements and hosting events to bring you closer to a wide range of prospective employers. Have a look at our Careers page for an overview of all the employability support and opportunities that we provide to current students. [-]

Bachelor in International and European Law

University of Groningen
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Netherlands Groningen

Are you interested in international politics, law and justice? Are you curious to see how international relations influence international law? Then this programme is [+]

Bachelor in International and European LawLanguage: English (100%)Are you interested in international politics, law and justice? Are you curious to see how international relations influence international law? Then this programme is perfect for you!The bachelor's programme International and European Law takes three years. The first year teaches all basic law fields and is therefore broad in character. Concepts of private law, constitutional law, and criminal law, will be discussed. In the second year these fields of law will be expanded more and will be dealt with more in-depth. Besides that, European Union law and public international law will be discussed to a much larger extent. Also research methods and training is included in the second year. The third year ends your bachelor programme by writing a thesis on a law subject of your choice, which will be defended in front of supervisors and fellow students. This third year also requires students to study one semester at a university abroad. There is an interdisciplinary component in each year of this programme.... [-]


Bachelor in Community and Justice Studies

Allegheny College
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Meadville

Community and Justice Studies (COMJ) investigates challenges facing communities, analyzes key methods of social action, develops ethical reasoning, and directly engages students in responsible engagement in our community. [+]

Bachelor in Community and Justice Studies Community and Justice Studies (COMJ) investigates challenges facing communities, analyzes key methods of social action, develops ethical reasoning, and directly engages students in responsible engagement in our community. Community and Justice Studies offers students an intellectual framework for understanding social systems, structures, movements and how these shape society, especially in relationship to power and oppression. The course of study has the following objectives: to provide students with the tools to develop deep civic knowledge, sophisticated civic skills, and life-long civic values to support the development of thoughtful and ethical democratic engagement to embed students’ experiences of engagement in a broader social, political, and economic context of place to equip students for complex thinking about social issues by providing them with theoretical and empirical tools for understanding communities and the dynamics of change within them to encourage students to examine and perhaps revise their beliefs about community life and its needs and assets, as well as responsibilities to one’s community Note: Students may not complete programs in both Community and Justice Studies and Values, Ethics, and Social Action. Areas of emphasis Social Justice Community-Based Participatory Research/Social Action Research Public Policy Democratic Engagement Organizing Students combine this with: Communications Arts Environmental Studies Psychology Education Studies Learning Outcomes Students who successfully complete a program in Community and Justice Studies are expected to achieve the following outcomes in each of the listed areas: Civic Knowledge Understand one’s sources of identity and their influence on civic values, assumptions, and responsibilities to a wider public* Understand how her/his experiences of engagement relate to broader social, political, and economic contexts of place Understand systematic and group influences on social problems from theoretical and applied perspectives Understand theories of organizational decision-making, democratic change, or dynamics of community change Gain civic and intercultural knowledge Civic Skills Demonstrate skills of deliberation and bridge building across differences* Function effectively in cross-cultural environments to create change Use frameworks of multiple academic disciplines for ethical analysis of societal issues and conducting community research Civic Values Develop a concern for issues of justice and equality Develop a commitment to increase efficacy in public life, whether through everyday citizenship, service, professional work, or activism Demonstrate a determination to raise social and ethical issues and questions in and about public life Develop a responsibility to a larger good* Examine personal motivations and how they affect one’s own active citizenship** Demonstrate the ability to reason ethically about social issues and to connect them to philosophical models of value Collective Action Demonstrate effective engagement in local and global contexts Participate in a significant project that recognizes and responds to real community needs and desires in ways that move beyond the charity model Navigate political systems and processes, both formal and informal* *AAC&U, Crucible Moment, p. 4 **Taken from Learning Outcomes developed by Tufts University After Graduation Popular Fields with a Bachelor Degree: Non-profit administration Education Higher education administration Community garden and local food justice Social work Public health Economic justice Community organizing Youth mentorship Political activism Public administration Recent Employers: Americore VISTA Peace Corps Service employees international union Department of Veteran Affairs Boston Consulting Group Duke Divinity School K-12 public schools Popular Graduate Programs: Masters of Public Administration Masters of Social Work Masters of Education [-]

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Ibmec
Campus Part time 4580 hours March 2017 Brazil Rio de Janeiro

Graduation in Ibmec Law deals with the law in full encourage students to work interconnection among its various branches and also its connection to other areas such as Economics and International Relations. The student absorbs the expertise necessary for a legal professional at the same time it is prepared to discuss in depth all reality that surrounds it. [+]

Bachelors in Law and Regulations. The course Graduation in Ibmec Law deals with the law in full encourage students to work interconnection among its various branches and also its connection to other areas such as Economics and International Relations. The student absorbs the expertise necessary for a legal professional at the same time it is prepared to discuss in depth all reality that surrounds it. Ibmec encourages its students to explore in practice the creation of new concepts and ideas making it a resilient professional and adaptable to different segments. Skills such as leadership and entrepreneurship are worked throughout the course through internships, extension projects and a methodology that makes the teacher, in a systematic way, discuss the applications of law. Excellence focused practice-oriented part of the curriculum of the Faculty of Law Ibmec, with operations in Legal Practice Center Evandro Lins e Silva. Through the free service to people who do not have the financial means to pay the court costs and attorneys' fees, the student has contact with the reality of the judiciary, drafting pleadings, attending parties, carrying out forensic activities and attending hearings. In Entrepreneurship and Internationalisation Centre - CIS, students can work in junior companies from the first half and enjoy the international coverage through agreements in over 54 institutions worldwide. Job market CAREERS PUBLIC AREA LEGAL Judiciary, Public Defender, Public Ministry (prosecutor and prosecutor of Justice), legal advice, local authorities law, public enterprises, joint stock companies, among others. ADVOCACY Advocacy companies and law firms that operate in different areas of law, such as civil, criminal, administrative, labor, intellectual property, international, etc. DIPLOMACY The competition for admission to the diplomatic service requires extensive knowledge of the various branches of legal knowledge. The course of law is therefore one of the options most suitable for the formation of the future diplomat. POLITICAL CAREER The law school provides interested in pursuing a political career more knowledge about the structure of the state, public policies and the functioning of the legislative process, enabling the formation of more capable politicians technical and socially, which may act under the legislative or executive. UNIVERSITIES professor and researcher at colleges and institutes legal education and research. [-]

Bachelor of Applied Arts in Criminal Justice

St. Thomas University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Fredericton

Criminology is a discipline that seeks to understand how people behave in difficult, confusing, stressful, tragic, and bizarre situations. As the study of Criminology often involves political, social, and personal consideration, students learn to analyze theories of criminal behaviour and fairly and accurately evaluate criminal justice systems and policies. [+]

Criminology is a discipline that seeks to understand how people behave in difficult, confusing, stressful, tragic, and bizarre situations. As the study of Criminology often involves political, social, and personal consideration, students learn to analyze theories of criminal behaviour and fairly and accurately evaluate criminal justice systems and policies. Our program at St. Thomas examines the people and institutions that affect, and are affected by, the justice system, exploring the impact on offenders, victims, and the public. CRITICAL & TRANSFERABLE SKILLS By studying Criminology, students develop exceptional academic and research literacy. As presentation of this research is essential to the discipline, students also gain significant experience in skills such as communication and debate. Analytical and evaluative skills are central to the study of Criminology and Criminal Justice as students are required to question the policies and institutions in place for those who have been identified as criminal and those who have been victims of criminal behaviour. COMMON CAREERS AND GRADUATE PATHWAYS A foundation in Criminology and Criminal Justice will prepare you for a wide variety of careers. The knowledge and skillset gained from this subject area is both deeply analytical, practical, and demanding. Graduates from this program have pursued careers in law, police and RCMP, government, social policy, corrections, social work, education, and more St. Thomas is the first university in Atlantic Canada to offer a major in Criminology and the first Canadian university to develop an applied arts degree program in Criminal Justice. A major or honours in Criminology is for students who plan to work in the criminal justice system, public safety areas such as policy development and program evaluation, or those applying to graduate school. RELATED AREAS OF STUDY Criminology can be viewed as an integrated approach to the study of crime and it combines elements of knowledge from a variety of disciplines including Psychology, Sociology, Human Rights, Political Science, Philosophy, History, and more. Minor in Criminology Students wishing to complete a Minor in Criminology must complete CRIM 1013 and 1023 and an additional 12 credit hours in Criminology courses. Major in Criminology Students must complete CRIM 1013 Introduction to Criminology and CRIM 1023 Introduction to Criminal Justice (a total of 6 credit hours) as a prerequisite for all courses offered by the Criminology Department. Students are also required to complete 3 credit hours from each of the six course streams (for a total of 18 credit hours) plus an additional 12 credit hours of CRIM electives (from any course stream; for a total of 36 credit hours). The Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice has organized its courses into the following Course Streams: Cultural Studies CRIM 2463 Cultural Criminology CRIM 2743 Social Protest in Canada CRIM 3263 Crime and the Media CRIM 3273 Crime in Popular Film CRIM 3563 Visual Criminology CRIM 4143 Hate Crime CRIM 4273 Advanced Studies in Crime in Popular Film CRIM 4503 Discourse and Crime CRIM 4513 Ethnography and Crime Criminal Justice Studies CRIM 2243 Corrections CRIM 2943 Victimology CRIM 3123 Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice CRIM 3143 Charter Rights and Criminal Justice CRIM 3153 Criminal Behaviour CRIM 3283 Crime Prevention CRIM 4123 Peacemaking Criminology and Restorative Justice CRIM 4133 International and Comparative Criminal Justice Law & Society Studies CRIM 2123 Criminal Law CRIM 2253 Crime and Society in Historical Perspective CRIM 3223 Criminal Procedure CRIM 3243 Advanced Criminal Law CRIM 3503 Wrongful Conviction! CRIM 4403 Feminist Legal Studies Child & Youth Studies CRIM 2223 Young Offenders and Juvenile Justice CRIM 2263 Children and Youth at Risk CRIM 3803 Child and Youth Rights CRIM 4153 Advanced Studies in Youth Justice Policy Police & Security Studies CRIM 2843 Corporate Crime and Corporate Regulation CRIM 2233 Police and the Canadian Community CRIM 3513 Organized Crime CRIM 3643 Terrorism CRIM 4233 Policing, Security, and Governance Theoretical & Methodological Studies CRIM 2013 Early Criminological Theory CRIM 3013 Contemporary Criminological Theory CRIM 2103 Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods CRIM 2113 Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods CRIM 3103 Advanced Qualitative Research Methods CRIM 4113 Advanced Data Analysis CRIM 4423 Power and Control in Society Honours in Criminology Students honouring in Criminology require a total of 36 credit hours in Criminology to qualify for the Major (as outlined above, under Major in Criminology) plus an additional 21 credit hours, described below, for a total of 57 credit hours, to complete the program. Students wishing to pursue an Honours in Criminology must complete the following courses: CRIM 1013 & 1023 (or 1006), CRIM 2013, CRIM 2103, CRIM 2113, CRIM 2253, CRIM 3013, and CRIM 3103 or CRIM 4113, with a cumulative grade point average of 3.3, in the Honours/Criminology subject. [-]

Master of Laws

The University of Waikato
Campus Full time 12 months March 2017 New Zealand Hamilton

With a one-year Master of Laws qualification from the University of Waikato you can tailor your programme through a selection of taught papers and/or research thesis. [+]

Bachelors in Law and Regulations. Master of Laws With a one-year Master of Laws qualification from the University of Waikato you can tailor your programme through a selection of taught papers and/or research thesis. The Faculty of Law at the University of Waikato places a strong emphasis on the development of research skills. The classes are small and are typically offered in seminar style discussions. This approach to teaching at an advanced level creates opportunities for you to share perspectives and discuss issues related to the topic. It'll help you to improve your communication skills and gain expert knowledge. It creates opportunities for you to network with others and renew motivation and confidence. You'll also get a lot of one-on-one time with the lecturing or supervising academic staff. We offer the largest selection of papers in Cyber Law in New Zealand, and therefore you can complete this Masters focusing on this area. The Faculty hosts two research centres: Centre for Environmental, Resources and Energy Law (CEREL) and Māori and Indigenous Governance Centre (MIGC). You’ll benefit from the expert knowledge and national and international professional associations in these fields. For example, you’ll be eligible to apply for the International Bar Association scholarship. Waikato Faculty of Law is the only school in New Zealand that offers this opportunity. Whether your interest lies in Cyber Law, Law of War and Conflicts, Transnational Criminal Law, Indigenous Issues or Environmental Law, you will benefit from nationally and internationally recognised academic staff. Master of Laws in Māori/Pacific and Indigenous Peoples' Law Passionate about indigenous issues? This Masters programme will allow you to study in-depth the historical and developing trends within the area of indigenous peoples' rights. You'll develop skills enabling you to participate actively in the development of Pacific jurisprudence and to enhance global understanding of Pacific legal systems. Read more about Master of Laws in Māori/Pacific and Indigenous Peoples' Law. Double LLM: University of Waikato and University of Arizona Interested in holding two LLMs from internationally highly regarded Faculties of Law in significantly less time and in two different countries? If you’re a dedicated, engaged student and you’ve successfully completed 90 points of LLM at Waikato (or 75% of our LLM), you could receive 6-8 credits towards the LLM degree at the James E Rogers College of Law, University of Arizona. There are two options on offer for LLM in Arizona: Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy LLM (composed of 24 credits) or International Trade and Business Law LLM (composed of 26 credits). Career opportunities Government departments Law teaching and research Civil and public service and the judiciary Banking, financial services and financial regulation International development organisations Non-governmental organisations such as human rights agencies Private legal practice Business Honours programme The Honours Degree may be awarded with First Class Honours, or Second Class Honours (first division), or Second Class Honours (second division). To be eligible for the award of honours, you would need to complete you Master of Laws qualification within 12 months (if studying full-time) or within 24 months (if studying part-time) and pass all your papers. Cultural experience The Faculty members come from a wide range of nations and cultural backgrounds, creating a truly multicultural environment. This helps foster in our students an increased awareness of global issues, exposes them to multiple historical and cultural perspectives as well as offer insight into legal systems outside the jurisdiction of the Common Law. We have the most diverse and vibrant student body of all law schools in New Zealand. Up to 30 per cent of all our students identify themselves as Māori and nearly 16 per cent come from Pacific background. Nearly 40 per cent of our students are over the age of 25. The Faculty's three dynamic law student associations: Pacific Law Student Association, Te Whakahiapo (Māori Student Association) and Waikato University Law Student Associations play an important role of fostering great collegial relationships between students and offer plenty of social and learning opportunities. Our Mentoring Programme will provide extra support and guidance in your studies, help you to navigate through the transition period from school or previous employment to university study as well as advise you on other services and opportunities available to you on campus. Admission and enrolment To be accepted to the LLM programme, you need to have: Completed an LLB or a combined Law degree at the University of Waikato with at least a 'B' grade point average or an equivalent qualification at another university; or Completed an LLB (Hons) at the University of Waikato with at least a 'B' grade point average or a combined Law degree at the University of Waikato or an equivalent qualification at another university; or Satisfied the prerequisites for graduate study in the subject at a level that is considered appropriate by the Academic Board. In exceptional circumstances, candidates who do not meet these requirements, but who have proven record of academic merit and relevant experience may be accepted into the programme. Students whose first language is not English are required to provide satisfactory evidence of their English language proficiency. An overall score of 6.5 (with at least 6.0 achieved in the Writing band) in the IELTS or equivalent. [-]

LLB In Tax Administration

University Of Applied Sciences Ludwigsburg - Public Administration and Finance
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Germany Ludwigsburg

In the study course "Elevated service in the Tax Administration" (control program) of the Department 2 - Tax and business law - is assigned, the students are trained professional theory and professional practice for the activities of the higher service of the Tax Administration ... [+]

In the study course "Elevated service in the Tax Administration" (control program) of the Department 2 - Tax and business law - is assigned, the students are trained professional theory and professional practice for the activities of the higher service tax administration. The objective of the study is the career examination for the elevated service of the Tax Administration and the related award of the university degree Bachelor of Laws (LL.B). After 3 years of tax studies, graduates can be employed as a clerk in the entire tax administration eg in the tax, at the Regional Finance Office or the Ministry of Finance. Moreover, they can also act wherever fiscal, legal and, economy-scientific expertise is in demand. This is possible because the control program is not only a specialist training for the entire tax law but also a generalist study of Law and Economics. In vocational education tax studies at the University of Ludwigsburg and in practical training at the tax offices and the methodological and social skills are formed in addition to the tax, legal and economics skills that are needed for various tasks in the areas of taxation and economic. Duration of the control study: 3 years The control program includes specialized studies with 21 months duration at the university and a 15-month practical training in the education tax offices the Oberfinanzdirektion Karlsruhe. Status during control study Students are official candidates / inside and get an education provided by approximately 1,000 EUR. The students are in the preparatory service the level career of the tax administration. Beginning of the tax study The bachelorisierte control program begins on 1 October of setting the vintage with the basic studies. destinations Students are expected due to the mediated theoretical analytical skills acquired methodological and social action skills and are mixed with a sound knowledge of German tax law in a position to meet the varied and demanding tasks of tax administration. The studies at the Academy and practical training in the education tax offices convey the essential content of the tax law and the principles of civil law and public law. The control program also provides an understanding of economic, business management and international relations. Students are trained to become experts in tax law and therefore also have the best career opportunities in many areas of industry. course structure The control program is divided into four stages of study (undergraduate degree I with 5 months, Basic Studies II 4 months, basic studies III 5 months and graduate with 7 months) and in four practical phases. Thus the concept of dual training is realized. Bachelor thesis Before and during the main course, students have to prepare a bachelor thesis. The thesis must have been at least with sufficient "rated". Tests and performance checks Due to legal requirements, an intermediate examination for the modules to be studied in the basic course I provided at the end of the first part of the basic studies. The existence of the intermediate examination is a prerequisite for the continuation of the control studies. After undergraduate studies II / III final exams are scheduled for the modules in this study sections to be studied, influence the overall result of the career examination and the Bachelor grade. At the end of the main study is the career examination and the Bachelor's degree. As part of the writing career examination are to be processed for five modules practice exams. is completed, the control study with the oral career examination. The performance shown in the tests affect the overall results of the career examination and the Bachelor grade. The performance during the practical training or for practice modules are evaluated and affect the overall results of the career examination and the Bachelor grade. The existence of all individual modules during control study is a prerequisite for the award of the Bachelor degree. graduation Students are awarded with passing the career examination of the degree of "Bachelor of Laws" (LL.B.). [-]

Bachelor in Law

University of Minho - Law School
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Portugal Braga

This course provides the technical and scientific capacity to access the courses of the second cycle (Master). [+]

Bachelors in Law and Regulations. Academic degree: Bachelor (Bologna 1st cycle degree) ECTS: 240 Duration: 8 curricular semesters Regime: Normal Place: Gualtar Campus, Braga Main Scientific area: Law BACHELOR | 4 YEARS NORMAL + POST-LABOUR The Bachelor degree in Law is distinguished by the promotion of an adequate and complete legal training, following standards of high demand and academic accuracy, preparing its students not only to the exercise of the classic professions arising from obtaining a law degree - judiciary, law, public administration, registration and notary, as to the exercise of the most innovative activities in the business domain and public administration. The students must know the Portuguese Law and acquire critical and independent thinking skills about the subject. [-]

Bachelor's in Peacebuilding & Development

Eastern Mennonite University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Harrisonburg Lancaster + 1 more

Join a campus where peace and justice are a big part of conversation across disciplines. Choose to major in peacebuilding and development and you’ll dig deep into the complexities of working for social change. Program professors have lived internationally and are committed to work for justice at home and around the world. [+]

Peacebuilding and Development Major Join a campus where peace and justice are a big part of conversation across disciplines. Choose to major in peacebuilding and development and you’ll dig deep into the complexities of working for social change. Program professors have lived internationally and are committed to work for justice at home and around the world. EMU’s undergraduate major is uniquely enriched by the presence of the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding on campus which draws peace practitioners from around the world. A major in peacebuilding and development consists of 52-54 SH. The peacebuilding and development major prepares students for professional practice in the fields of peacebuilding and international and community development. It focuses on understanding and promoting constructive social change toward peace, justice, and well-being for people in situations affected by conflict, poverty, and inequality. The major has an emphasis on the development of practical skills through experiential learning grounded in extensive in-class simulations, on campus and local practice opportunities, and a practicum in the field. The required practicum is typically completed through the Washington Community Scholars’ Center in Washington, D.C., through the grant- supported International Peacebuilding and Development Practicum (IPDP), or through a local or student-initiated internship. It provides experience and opportunities for networking and skill development. This focus on practice is paired with rigorous interdisciplinary grounding in theories of violence, peace, and social change as well as investigation of theological, philosophical, economic, political, cultural, and ecological motivations for change. To graduate with this major, students must be admitted to the program. This normally will occur by application during the spring semester of the sophomore year. Transfer students beyond the sophomore level will apply for admission after their first semester at EMU. Only students admitted to the program will be permitted to participate in program practica. Students seeking admission to the program must complete an application and an interview with their PXD advisor, meet the GPA standards of 2.0 overall, and earn at least a C in all PXD courses. Students must achieve at least a C in all upper-level PXD courses for graduation with the major. Students who have not met the requirements of admission to the department by the beginning of their senior year will not be able to graduate with this major. PXD majors are required to take one Summer Peacebuilding Institute (SPI) course that may substitute for any other requirement (as approved by their PXD advisor). Exposure to the Summer Peacebuilding Institute of the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding provides students with a unique opportunity to connect with professional peacebuilding and related areas of practice. Students are eligible to take SPI courses in the summer of their junior or senior year. Graduates are prepared for graduate study or entry-level positions in non- governmental, government, non-profit, and private organizations whose missions are to address social problems and to create and sustain social change. Areas of practice could include peacebuilding and community and international development, mediation and conflict transformation/resolution, peace and justice activism, collaborative problem solving, community organizing, program evaluation, peace education, social services, research, restor- ative justice, law, and social and public policy analysis and advocacy. Understanding social change This major provides a foundation for understanding social justice and helps student implement intentional social change through peacebuilding and development. It also prepares students for graduate study and/or careers in the field of social justice and social change. Our graduates are working right now in peacebuilding and conflict transformation, international development, community development, or related fields. You’ll become an effective practitioner of change. We’ll equip you by providing the theoretical models and frameworks necessary for understanding intentional social change by teaching specific skills, tools and techniques to help create a more peaceful and just society. Learning on the job Students majoring in peacebuilding participate in internships or practicums every semester. These required practicums give students on-the-job training and enforce classroom skills like mediation, conflict analysis, program evaluation, group facilitation, community assessment, and organization of campus and community events. Professors help each student develop a portfolio from these experiences so that when they graduate, students are able to demonstrate to employers that they have immediate value and experience. Students are encouraged to either complete internships in Washington D.C. through the Washington Community Scholars’ Center, apply for the International Peacebuilding and Development Practicum (IPDP) program grant, pursue placements that previous students have completed in Harrisonburg, Virginia, or discover an agency that is uniquely suited to his or her interests. Careers Careers in peacebuilding and development include international and community development, mediation and conflict transformation/resolution, peace and justice advocacy, community and collaborative peacebuilding, program evaluation, city and regional planning, peace education, social services, research, law and social and public policy advocacy. Resources on campus Faculty in a variety of programs have worked and served internationally promoting development and environmental sustainability. Examples are: Nursing program’s Ann Hershberger Bible and religion’s Peter Dula Business and economics’ Jim Leaman and Chris Gingrich Environmental studies’ Doug Graber Neufeld. Our graduate program in peacebuilding is also an asset to any undergrad in this field; dozens of grad-level international scholars flock to EMU each year to study at the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding. Lisa Schirch, EMU research professor and peace studies expert, is the program director of 3P Human Security (formerly 3D Security), which promotes conflict prevention and peacebuilding in U.S. security policymaking. [-]

Bachelor in Laws (LL.B) – Université Panthéon-Assas (Paris II)

Medine Education Village
Campus Full time October 2017 Mauritius Quatre Bornes

The LL.B program is general and fundamental and will focus on core business and international legal issues. Students will concentrate on case studies and deepening of key legal subjects from a transversal and pluridisciplinary perspective. [+]

Bachelors in Law and Regulations. The LL.B program is general and fundamental and will focus on core business and international legal issues. Students will concentrate on case studies and deepening of key legal subjects from a transversal and pluridisciplinary perspective. The LL.B. program prepares students with all necessary skills to apply to Bar schools (in some cases with one additional year for legal reasons) or to enter legal departments of international companies. The LL.B program will be delivered in English and will combine both French civil law and English common law. This hybrid aspect is very relevant in many countries where both systems are applied. Next intake: October 2016 Tuition fees for the LL.B. amount to 6,000 Euros per academic year. [-]

Law with French Law LLB Honours

University of Westminster - Westminster Law School
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 United Kingdom London

Law is an interesting and challenging discipline which impacts at every level, from people's individual daily lives to the operations of Government on the international stage. Increasingly the international dimension to legal study has become more important, across a wide range of legal areas, as the influence of the European Union and international organisations have become so significant. [+]

Law is an interesting and challenging discipline which impacts at every level, from people's individual daily lives to the operations of Government on the international stage. Increasingly the international dimension to legal study has become more important, across a wide range of legal areas, as the influence of the European Union and international organisations have become so significant. This course provides you with the foundation subjects required to obtain a Qualifying Law Degree, along with an exciting and dynamic educational experience which includes the opportunity to spend a year studying at one of our partner universities in France, gaining invaluable experience of another legal culture while acquiring knowledge of its legal language and legal system. It will also equip you with the transferable and cognitive skills necessary for lifelong personal and professional development. Depending on your language skills and overall performance, while in France you may have the opportunity to study for a Licence en Droit and, if successful, obtain an additional qualification. A law degree is seen as a valuable asset by a variety of employers, as is knowledge of another European legal system and another European legal language. This course will prepare you for a range of legal careers including practice as a barrister or advocate, solicitor, clerk, officer of the court or legal executive. Our graduates also pursue careers in legal interpreting, the Civil Service, international organisations, NGOs and local government. When you apply, you will need to demonstrate a good working knowledge of French to ensure you are able to study in France. Student mobility takes place under the Erasmus+ scheme. Course content Alongside the foundation Law modules necessary for a Qualifying Law Degree, you will study French language modules in Year 1 and 2 (Credit Levels 4 and 5) to prepare for study in France. In Year 2 you will also study a specialist module on French Law and Legal Language, to gain knowledge of the basic elements of French private and public law and legal language in preparation for your year abroad. You will then spend ten months at a French university and study law in French, giving you the opportunity to obtain a French legal qualification. Arrangements exist between the University of Westminster and the universities of Bordeaux, Nancy, Nice, Paris Ouest Nanterre and Toulouse. Upon successful completion of your year abroad you will return to Westminster in Year 4 to complete your studies. You may also qualify for an Erasmus+ grant to cover some of your expenses during the year abroad. Teaching methods include lectures, seminar-based discussion, class presentations, invited guest speakers and practical group exercises. Assessment methods include open and closed book exams, in-class tests, oral presentations, and written coursework. Year 1 (Credit Level 4) Subjects of study include: Contract Law Criminal Law French Language Legal Skills and Process Public Law Tort Law Year 2 (Credit Level 5) Subjects of study include: Equity and Trusts EU Law French Language French Law and Legal Language Land Law Legal Profession and Legal Services Year 3 (Credit Level 6) Subjects of study include: Advanced Criminal Law Clinical Legal Practice Commercial Law Company Law Competition Law Criminal Procedure and Evidence Disability Law Dissertation in French Law Employment Law Entertainment Law Environmental Law Family Law and Family Justice Human Rights in the UK International Law and Global Justice Law of Intellectual Property Law of International Trade Media Law New Legal Thinking, Theory, Philosophy and Justice Religion, Law and Society Westminster electives As part of your course you can take elective modules at Level 6. Electives are an exciting opportunity to widen your experience at university and to gain skills and knowledge that will help make you more employable. [-]

Bachelor of Laws (LLB)

University of Nicosia
Campus Full time Part time 4 years September 2017 Cyprus Nicosia Greece Athens + 3 more

The aim of the program is to enable students to acquire a first degree in law which would allow them to be admitted to the legal profession or to work as a legal consultant by developing skills and abilities pertinent to a lawyer, such as problem solving, critical thinking, self-motivation and specialized knowledge of the law. [+]

Bachelors in Law and Regulations. Duration (years): 4 years Qualification Awarded: Bachelor of Laws (LLB) Level of Qualification: Bachelor Degree (1st Cycle) Language of Instruction: English and Greek Mode of Study: Full-time or Part-time Minimum Credits: 120 Minimum ECTS Credits: 240 Profile of the Programme: Aims: The aim of the program is to enable students to acquire a first degree in law which would allow them to be admitted to the legal profession or to work as a legal consultant by developing skills and abilities pertinent to a lawyer, such as problem-solving, critical thinking, self-motivation and specialized knowledge of the law. The program has been recognized by the Cypriot Legal Council for the purposes of professional recognition of the degree and by DOATAP in Greece and other organisations. It collaborates with the University of London External Program and offers a joint LLM together with EAP in Greece and Loyola in USA. Objectives: - To provide students with a sound understanding of the foundations and socio-legal environment of law and to enable them to develop their analytical and research skills - To provide students with a critical understanding and a specialized knowledge of a wide range of core courses in law, as well as the opportunity to study law from an extensive catalogue of optional subjects, covering the entire range of legal knowledge - to expose students to a wide range of disciplinary approaches to legal study, encouraging them to reflect on the complexity of legal practice and of the variety of ways of understanding law's role in contemporary society. Career Prospects: On successful completion of the program graduates will be able to be employed in fields relevant to the legal profession such as advocates, judges, notaries, legal consultants, private and public organisations, non-governmental organisations, private companies etc. Access to Further Studies: Upon graduation, students may have direct access to further postgraduate studies (LLM or the Master in Law and Politics) or any other post-graduate Graduation Requirements The student must complete 240 ECTS and all programme requirements. A minimum cumulative grade point average (CPA) of 2.0 is required. Thus, although a ‘D-‘ is a PASS grade, in order to achieve a CPA of 2.0 an average grade of ‘C’ is required. Learning Outcomes By the end of the programme the graduates will be able to: 1. Demonstrate knowledge of principle features of the legal system including general familiarity with its institutions and procedures. 2. Demonstrate knowledge of legal principles and values in a wide range of topics extending beyond the core curriculum. 3. Demonstrate some in-depth knowledge of specialist areas. 4. Demonstrate critical awareness in the analysis of the legal order. 5. Demonstrate ability to identify and comprehend legal issues. 6. Demonstrate ability to decide whether factual circumstances are sufficiently elucidated for a legal decision. 7. Demonstrate ability to identify debates and engage with these while accurately reporting the applicable law. 8. Demonstrate ability to act independently in planning and undertaking complex legal tasks. 9. Demonstrate ability to read a range of complex works within and about law and to summarise their arguments accurately. 10. Demonstrate ability to conduct legal research for giving legal advice. 11. Demonstrate ability to reflect on own learning. [-]