Field of Study: Administration

The graduates in Administration have general knowledge of social sciences, especially law and administration as well as some basic knowledge of economics. The graduates are able to use their knowledge in real jobs observing ethical rules. They are prepared to work in office positions in different institutions of public administration (government and self-government) as well as private institutions. The graduates are well-prepared to expand their knowledge and improve their skills on their own in the realities of the European Union. The graduates are able to solve problems in their workplace, to communicate with their work colleagues, to operate all the office equipment, to work effectively in a team and to organise and manage small teams. The graduates are able to set up and run their own businesses observing and aplying  rules of law in practice at the same time. The graduates can speak one foreign language at B2 level according to the Common European Framework and use a specialist language in administration, law and economics needed for their job. The graduates are prepared to start courses leading to receiving an MA degree.

During their studies Administration  students gain knowledge in the following areas:

1. Rudiments of Law,
2. History of Administration,
3. Administration,
4. Constitutional System of Government Organs,
5. Administration Law,
6. Administrative Proceedings,
7. Organisation and Management in Public Administration,
8. Macro and Micro Economics,
9. Public Economic Law,
10. Civil Law and Administrative Contracts,
11. Labour Legislation and Office Law,
12. Public Finances and Financial Law,
13. Sociology and Sociology Research Methods,
14. Public Orders,
15. Criminal Law and Misdemeanour Law,
16. European Union Institutions and Law,
17. Statistics and Demography,
18. Administrative Lagislation,
19. Executive  Proceedings in Administration,
20. Negotiation  and MediationTechniques in Administration,
21. Self-government System,
22. Information Technology,
23. Protection of Intellectual Property,
24. Philosophy,
25. Law Logic,
26. Environmental Protection,
27. International Law,
28. Ethics.
29. Podstaw psychologii.-Rudiments of Psychology

Students can choose  specializations which meet their interests. A given specialization comes into being  if it is chosen by  an adequate number of students (the exact number of students needed to start a specialization is specified by the Rector in his directive).

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