VeniUniversity

Master of Philosophy in Legal Sciences

DESCRIPTION

ACADEMIC CURRICULUM

The courses offered by VCCU are 100% online, available to students in a virtual environment (synchronous classes) and can be taken from anywhere.

TARGET AUDIENCE:

Graduates in Law and related areas.

GOAL:

To develop knowledge that allows students to reflect on the multiple aspects of the legal area, and to develop a critical judgment, which allows them to center and resolve autonomously the situations in the field of legal sciences. This course is based on research and academic rigor, seeking to develop leaders capable of facing contemporary challenges with excellence and foundation.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

The students will study through an online platform where they will have access to classes, complementary content, support, and monitoring.

Faculty formed by professors with PhDs in areas related to the curricular components of the course.

Our courses are registered and recognized by the United States Government and valid in more than 100 countries that are signatories to the Hague Apostille.

AREA OF CONCENTRATION:

Applied Social Sciences.

RESEARCH LINES:

Line 1: Theories of Justice and Effectiveness of Justice.

Line 2: Gender, Race, Culture, and Human Rights Education.

Line 3: Environmental Law, Transnationality, and Sustainability.

ESTIMATED DURATION: 24 MONTHS

  • 12 months of course components;
  • 12 months for the preparation of the Dissertation through direct guidance.
  • The examining board takes place in the 24th (twenty-fourth) month (if the student does not complete the dissertation, they will request an extension of the course and pay the tuition fees normally).
  • The student must make 03 academic publications during the period of studies.
  • Theory of Law
  • Comparative Law
  • Ethics and Spirituality
  • Constitutional
  • Democracy and Human Rights
  • Contemporary Constitutionalism
  • Political Development: Democracy, State of Law, and Citizenship
  • Scientific Research Methodology in Social Sciences
  • Higher Education Methodology
  • Integrating Seminar
  • Fundamental Rights, Access to Justice, and New Rights
  • Social Inclusion, Protection, and Defense of Human Rights
  • Social and Environmental Sustainability of Development
  • Research and Development of the Dissertation
  • Presentation for the qualification of the research
  • Presentation of the Dissertation
  • Foreign Language Proficiency

   Total Hour Volume: 970 hours

   Total Credits Required: 98 credits

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