A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
Pursuing an education in business law can prepare students to deal with legal and operational issues in business practices. Every program will vary, but many of them focus on both business-related topics as well as the legal issues involved.
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Professional Master in Business Law and Business prepares you after the license to the professional world and mainly in the legal environment for businesses and institutions. [+]
Professional Master in Business Law and Business prepares you after the license to the professional world and mainly in the legal environment for businesses and institutions. This diploma allows to reach an academic level in legal sciences (+5) also preparing you to the various national competition or pursue research abroad.
The Master in Law from the business and business is focused on the professional world; the graduate should know adviser on legislation, develop, modify and negotiate contracts in control clauses (contract law), but also manage litigation and disputes that any institution; Business, SME ... may encounter. The theoretical and specialized training lasts 3 semesters and practical training in a company or firm to validate learning a probation report and memory.... [-]