The purpose of the Law programme is to scientifically qualify students for employment in the public and private sector. The Bachelor programme is a completed study programme which provides students with a fundamental knowledge of legal and neighbouring science methods as well as central parts of the court system. In the BSc programme, students gain knowledge and skills that qualify for admission to a relevant Graduate programme or for a bachelor level job function.
Knowledge and understanding
The Bachelor programme provides students with a fundamental knowledge of the legal sciences, which enables them to reflect upon the theories, methods and practice of the subject. The Bachelor programme is a research-based full-time course that qualifies the student to independently manage business functions based on knowledge and methodical skills within the subject area. A subject area comprises a course or a group of related courses within social sciences.
The purpose of the Bachelor programme is to
- introduce the student to the scientific disciplines of a subject area, including the theories and methods of the field, in order for the student to achieve comprehensive proficiencies and skills.
- provide the student with professional knowledge and the theoretical and methodical qualifications to independently identify, formulate and address complex issues within the relevant components of the area.
- provide a basis for the student to exercise business functions and qualify for admission to a Graduate programme.
A BSc Law is able to apply legal methods to estimate fundamental theoretical and practical legal problems, and is acquainted with the significance of law in society.
A BSc Law is thus able to identify and analyse theoretical and practical legal problems with the involvement of relevant sources and social considerations as well as argue for different legal solution models and make a substantiated choice.
A BSc of Law is able to, in writing and orally, communicate and formulate legal problems and solution models to colleagues and non-experts, as well as substantiate and explain on an objective, legal foundation.
A BSc of Law can within central areas estimate whether a case has been sufficiently informed and in continuation make decisions. Likewise, the BSc Law is able to advise on legal options and consequences.
Through the studies, a BSc of Law will gain experience with independent, focused, systematic and structured work forms. The BSc of Law is able to identify own learning needs and structure own learning in different learning environments.
On this basis, a BSc of Law is able to address complex and development-oriented situations in a study and/or work context, and is able to independently and professionally enter an academic and interdisciplinary cooperation.