Private Law Master’s With Thesis

Program Description

The Thesis-based Master’s Program in Private Law will be conducted with a faculty consisting of expert and experienced academicians within the Faculty of Law. In addition to traditional teaching methods, interactive approaches will be employed to ensure the assimilation of seminar and scientific research techniques. The courses will focus on particularly controversial topics in practice and doctrine, and students’ contributions will be encouraged through presentations. Students enrolled in the Master’s Program in Private Law with Thesis will have the opportunity to conduct advanced research and publications in fields required in practice, such as Civil Law, Law of Obligations, Commercial Law, Maritime Trade Law, Labor Law, Trademark and Patent Law, Insurance Law, and Procedural Law, according to their areas of interest.

The Thesis-based Master’s Program in Private Law not only allows Law Faculty graduates to specialize in the field of law, keep up with the evolving legal system and regulations, and be effective and competent in their professions, but it also serves as the first step for legal professionals who aspire to pursue an academic career before their doctoral education. It is worth noting that this program will enable individuals with roles such as academicians, lawyers, judges, prosecutors, and legal consultants to make continuous progress throughout their careers.

Program Structure

The Thesis-based Master’s program in Private Law consists of a total of 21 credits, including 7 courses, one seminar course, one course on scientific research methods and ethics, and a thesis. The seminar course and the thesis will be graded as either pass or fail. The duration of the thesis-based master’s program is a minimum of four and a maximum of six semesters. The duration does not include the scientific preparation program. Periods in which the student does not register are included in the maximum duration.

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