40.04.01 Jurisprudence

This educational program is intended to train highly qualified legal specialists with a full range of knowledge and competences in the field of jurisprudence, including the legal regulation of entrepreneurship and business, and also intellectual property rights.
Level of education:
Master’s degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Place of training:
Entrance examination:
— Management, economics and law theory
Profiles and specializations:
Legal support for entrepreneurship
Students majoring in Legal Support for Entrepreneurship are trained to become specialists who can provide legal support for the operation of a business or another entity and are capable of defending entrepreneurs’ rights. They are in high demand among business entities, players in the banking sector, government agencies, law firms and notarial offices. Instructors under the program include competent representatives of various companies and government agencies, who give master classes and seminars to discuss the most topical legal issues. Generally, the faculty consists of highly competent experts, including a number of practicing lawyers and a retired law enforcement officer with academic degrees and titles.
Professions that a graduate can choose
  • lawyer in a government or private commercial organization
  • attorney-at-law
  • corporate lawyer
  • judge
  • law enforcement officer
Specialized disciplines
  • Theory and practice of legal regulation of business and entrepreneurship
  • Protection of entrepreneurs’ rights: procedural aspects
  • Legal regulation of the real estate market
  • Legal regulation of insolvency (bankruptcy)
Graduating department:
Department of Intellectual Property