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Bachelors in Public Administration within the Faculty of Law, gain knowledge in different fields, as in legal, historical, political and in economic and at the same time they will gain knowledge in the field of Administrative Law and Public administration.
For the implementation of this program is engaged an adequate academic staff in constitutional and administrative field. The studies of the study program of the first cycle in Public Administration last three (3) years. Upon successful completion of studies, the student will gain a degree for completed undergraduate studies: a bachelor in the field of Public Administration.
To prepare students for building a career in the public, non-governmental and private sector
Development of competencies and management with public institutions, research institutes, public policy analysis, human resource management with nonprofit organizations;
Creation of a new generation of competent and professional administrators who will respond to European integration challenges;
Research during preparation of studies in the field of implementing policies on economics, management in the judiciary as well as the development of the culture of action on practice and theory;
Implementation of contemporary institutional communication through new technologies;
To promote critical thinking over concepts in comparative public administration, with an emphasis on historic, socio-economic and social administration components.
Engaging students in research projects provides them the opportunity to familiarize themselves with everyday issues, as well as to develop their skills for understanding and for approaches to resolve the problem.
Typical employment, including embassies and accredited consulates in different countries, Ambassadors and staff of the embassy in different countries, EU institutions, and the United Nations, Public Administration, Central institutions (Government, Presidency and Parliament) advice on public administration, various international organizations, analyst of international r and European elations, and others.
Employers expect graduates to provide not only knowledge and expertise in a field, but also strong personal skills that they need to be more effective for the institution where they work and operate.