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Canon Law: Canon civil specialization - part-time master studies (old program) (WK-KCZ-MGR)

(in Polish: Prawo kanoniczne - studia niestacjonarne magisterskie)
long-cycle programmes
part-time programmes, 5 years
Language: Polish
No description for the programme.

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) magisterium

Access to further studies:

The possibility of applying for postgraduate and third-cycle studies

Professional status:

The Faculty of Canon Law with two fields of studies (the canon law field and the canon and civil law field) educates future specialists in canon law and teaches basic legal knowledge of civil law. The canon specialization is offered to the graduates of theological studies. The fundamental skeleton of subjects taught in the framework of the canon-civil law specialization corresponds to the fields lectured at other faculties of law existing at other Polish universities. Thus the graduates of the Faculty of Canon Law acquire the skills in performing legal professions. The studies of both specializations last five years. The graduates obtain the degree of master of arts in canon law and are prepared to perform legal professions on the ground of the Church law.

Access requirements

a graduation certificate of first-cycle studies and positive results of qualification proceedings

Teaching standards

Standards of education in accordance with the decree of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of 12 July 2007 on standards of education for particular fields of studies and levels of education as well as procedure of creating and conditions to be fullfield by the higher education institution for running interdisciplinary and macro-field studies (the Journal of Laws No 164, item 1116) and regulations of the Canon Law, particulary the Apostolic Constitution "Sapentia Christiana" of 15 April 1979 on Ecclesiastical Universities and Faculties (AAS 1979, pp. 469-499). The standards define general requirements including the number of hours of classes and lectures, the profile of the graduate, the content of education presented in particular subjects divided into groups: general education, basic education, and field education as well as recommendations and requirements on serving appreniceship.

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