This Master's programme will start with several compulsory subjects and the compulsory non-credit course Academic Writing and Presentation Skills.
In addition, you will complete two research projects, take three optional courses, and write a Master’s thesis. With respect to the optional courses, you are (in principle) free to choose from the entire range of legal disciplines on offer within the Utrecht University School of Law. You are, however, expected to develop your own research profile in consultation with the tutor who supervises you throughout your two-year programme.
By completing this programme, you will gain in-depth knowledge of the field of research in your relevant legal discipline by means of two research projects, which you will complete under the supervision of an experienced professor or senior lecturer.
|Year 1||Period 1||Period 2||Period 3||Period 4|
|15 EC||15 EC||15 EC||15 EC|
|Dynamics I: Constitutional and Administrative Law||Dynamics II: Criminal Law, Human Rights and International Law||Dynamics III: Private Law
|Research Project I: Internal and/ or Comparative Perspective|
|Methodology I: Internal Perspective||Methodology II: Comparative Perspective||Methodology III: Law as an Academic Discipline, Science and Humanities||Methodology IV:External Perspective|
|0 EC||0 EC|
|Methodology Round Table (non-credit course)||Methodology Round Table (non-credit course)|
|Year 2||Period 1||Period 2||Period 3||Period 4|
|15 EC||15 EC||30 EC|
|Elective course within research profile||Elective course within research profile||Thesis Legal Research|
|Research Project II: External Perspective||Elective course within research profile|
|0 EC||0 EC||0 EC||0 EC|
|Methodology Round Table (non-credit course)||Methodology Round Table (non-credit course)||Methodology Round Table (non-credit course)||Methodology Round Table (non-credit course)|