Law and Finance

For the organization of modern society and state the knowledge of its legal and financial dimensions is necessary. National, international and transnational law are now a complex of knowledge which requires professionals who are able to cope with the complex demands of society and the profession. Nowadays it is not possible to address numerous issues of private and public law sphere in which legal relations of varying degrees of complexity are encountered and clarified, without the help of legal professionals. Without qualified legal professionals it will be difficult to implement successfully the EU accession process, and the judiciary and the administration can not function effectively or meet EU requirements and standards.

In the context of the analysis we performed a comparison with the curricula of law schools at the University "Džemal Bijedić" in Mostar and the University of Mostar and some developed European countries (Croatia, Slovenia, Austria, Czech Republic).The analysis showed that the proposed study program at the College "Logos Center" in Mostar won't essentially differ from the regime of teaching in law schools in those countries and higher education institutions. The teaching process: lectures, seminars, case law and legal clinics, as well as the breadth and comprehensiveness of the proposed curriculum support this view.

Law and Finance

The need for the consolidation of Bosnia and Herzegovina as a country of rule of law whose administration is organized on the principles of the rule of law, increasing need for more competent professional staff in the judiciary, and above all the needs of the internal labour market that relies on an increasingly complex and broad legal regulation that leads in national law to globalization and Europeanization, opens and expands the possibilities of legal academic education and meeting the 'overall labor market needs.

The main objective of the first (I) cycle of the study program Law and Finance is to create a profile of experts who will be able to work independently in all areas of law and finance.

Knowledge and skills acquired during the study should be a good basis for passing the exams and to continue the study of the second (II.) Cycle.

Partners outside the school system, such as the economy and the public sector have a steady interest in relation to the need for staff specifically juridical and financial professions, as well as the judiciary, prosecution, government bodies and local governments, companies, institutions, political institutions, associations, Chamber of Commerce, Bar Association, health institutions, trade unions, banks, other financial institutions ... The concept of elective content and mobility correspond to different profile entrepreneurship.

Openness for student mobility, harmonization of systems and facilitating the mobility of students in co-ordinates of the scheme of legal study is planned and feasible due to the similarity of compulsory subjects and the concept of election content of the parent and other faculties with similar profiled content.

Acquired title after graduation

The types of studies and vocation for the study course Law and Finance:

- Undergraduate study of Law and finance, with the study direction Law and finance, is of four academic years duration (eight semesters), upon graduation, a graduate acquires professional title: Bachelor of Law and finance with a total of 240 credits.

Professional titles will be harmonized with the Law on Professional Titles after its enactment.