Judicial Administration

Faculty of Management
4 years
Mode of study

Specific courses:

  • Constitutional law
  • Civil Law and Process
  • Administrative Culture and Ethics
  • Fundamentals of Public Administration
  • Family and Inheritance Law
  • Human Resources Management in the Public Sector
  • Criminal Law and Process
  • Property Law
  • Administrative Law and Process
  • Legal Information Systems
  • Labour and Social Security Law
  • Commercial Law
  • Court Administration
  • Registry and Legal Style
  • Access and protection of information
  • Organizational Psychology and Personal Skills

Expected knowledge and skills after acquiring qualification:

Students graduating in Judicial Administration receive Bachelor's degree in professional field Administration and Management.

The main purpose of the education is to prepare highly qualified experts in the field of judicial administration who possess integrated knowledge, practical skills and serious professional competencies. The tuition provides complex and profiled training oriented towards the main directions and activities in the administration of the bodies of the judiciary, as well as knowledge of basic legal branches and related legal institutes, forms and procedures of the different types of process, and also ways of out-of-court settlement of disputes.

Employment opportunities upon graduation:

Graduate students can find professional realization as judicial administrators and can occupy different managerial and administrative positions in the judicial and prosecution administrations.

The positions they can occupy are in the following groups:

  • Judicial Administrator
  • Administrative Secretary
  • Judicial Secretary
  • Employee in Registry, Court Registry, Archives