40.03.01 Jurisprudence

Students majoring in Jurisprudence can acquire the knowledge, skills and competences that enable them to participate in the development of legal regulation, to make decisions and to perform legal steps in exact conformity with the Russian Federation’s law, and to correctly qualify facts and circumstances from the legal perspective. The educational program is designed to train professionals in the field of civil law and intended for applicants who wish to make a career either in organizations associated with law or in business.
Level of education:
Bachelor’s degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Place of training:
Moscow
Entrance examination:
— Russian language
— Social science
— History
Profiles and specializations:
Jurisprudence
Students majoring in Jurisprudence can acquire the knowledge, skills and competences that enable them to participate in the development of legal regulation, to make decisions and to perform legal steps in exact conformity with the Russian Federation’s law, and to correctly qualify facts and circumstances from the legal perspective. The program is designed to train professionals in the regulation of civil law matters and related legal fields. The program is advantageously practice-oriented, combining advanced legal theory with practice in order to train professionals who are capable of providing qualified legal opinions and advice. Upon graduation, its students can find employment with courts of justice, prosecution and investigation authorities, police, the bar, or the notarial system, and also as legal advisers at enterprises, institutions, or banks.
Professions that a graduate can choose
  • clerk to a judge
  • court clerk
  • court counselor
  • investigator
  • attorney-at-law
  • corporate lawyer
  • legal adviser
  • law enforcement officer
  • notary public
  • bailiff
  • tax advisor
  • receiver
  • patent attorney
Specialized disciplines
  • Theory of the state and law
  • History of the state and law of russia
  • History of the state and law of foreign countries
  • Roman law
  • International law
  • Constitutional law
  • Municipal law