Master-level studies involve specialized study in a field of research or an area of professional practice. Earning a master’s degree demonstrates a higher level of mastery of the subject. Earning a master’s degree can take anywhere from a year to three or four years. Before you can graduate, you usually must write and defend a thesis, a long paper that is the culmination of your specialized research.
The field of law focuses on the study of the system of rules put in place to govern behavior within a society. Different sets of laws exist for different societies, and law students usually focus their education on local or international law.
For a couple of years Azerbaijan has improved their higher education system by improving education level in several universities to international standards. There is also improved students relationship where some of the courses are offered in international languages like English, Chinese and Spanish.
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The specialty of Law was established in 1996 at NSU. 50 students were accepted to full-time and part-time departments of Law specialty in the same year. [+]
The specialty of Law was established in 1996 at NSU. 50 students were accepted to full-time and part-time departments of Law specialty in the same year.
The chair of Law subjects was organized in 1997 at Nakhchivan State University. Fakhraddin Nagiyev was the first head of the chair. The experienced lawyer, candidate on Law Subjects Najaf Orujov replaced him in 2001. The assistant-professor Shukur Mammadov was selected as the head of the chair from 2004. Ph.Doctor on Law Gahraman Behbudov leads from 2006.
14 staff work in the chair, one of them is a Ph.doctor, 2 are Ph.doctor on History, 4 are senior teachers, 7 are teachers. In addition, 5 teachers teach part-time, 6 teachers teach per-hour.... [-]