The purpose of the Program
The purpose of the Master in Legal - Criminal Program is to provide a
critical assessment of the new legislation that is being developed between
International Law and Criminal Law. This program will provide the opportunity
to develop study expertise in International Terrorism, Organized International
Crime, War Law and Armed Conflict, including Human Rights. The purpose of this
program is to provide students with excellent knowledge and skills in writing
and analyzing Criminal Law at the College "BUSINESS" Prishtina. This
program was originally designed for the needs of our students who are on the
verge of completing their studies in the legal program of Criminology, which
has a 4 (four) year system and which is designed based on the experience of our
program, then at the University of Prishtina, the University of Zagreb, the
University of Tirana, and many other universities.
The objective of the Master's Program in Law - Criminal is:
• Gaining advanced theoretical, practical and comparative knowledge in
the science of Criminal Management as well as gaining knowledge in the field of
legislation and jurisdiction in terms of crime prevention.
• Gaining deep knowledge in terms of understanding the problems related
to crime and criminal sanctions in the field of criminal law and criminal
procedure, organized crime, criminology and penology and forensic science
(medicine, psychiatry, psychology) .
• Gaining advanced knowledge in research techniques and methods in the
field of criminal law and procedure.
Study program structure, study conditions, level, module, credits
Postgraduate studies from the Legal - Criminal program will last (1)
one academic year, respectively two semesters:
Mandatory: Scientific research methodology, Criminal Material Law,
Criminology with Penology, Elective (from four subjects he has to choose two
subjects): International Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure Law, Forensic
Psychology, Legal Psychology, and in.
Diploma Thesis and Elective Course (out of three must choose one) Legal
Clinic, Criminal Liability of Legal Entities, Protection of Human Rights in
Each subject heard and passed the exam will bring the student 6 (six)
credits, while the Master's Thesis will bring 24 credits. This means that 60
credits are required to successfully complete postgraduate studies. Each course
must be completed by meeting the requirements laid down in the syllabus
(syllabus) of the course.
This program was accredited from - until - ,
now, it is not accredited.