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Administration (ZU-Admin5)

(in Polish: administracja)
second cycle degree studies
extra mural, two years (four semesters)
Language: Polish
No description for the programme.

ECTS Coordinators:

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) Magisterium na kierunku administracja

Access to further studies:

doctoral studies, post-graduate studies

Professional status:

The graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration awarded the degree of Master of Administration is qulified for work at the top levels of management both in public service and private companies. The knowledge of the stuctures and fundamentals of the European Union law enables the graduate to initiate and develop cooperation at the regional and local level among the member states of the EU. The graduate has the essential theoretical knowledge of the scholarly disciplines dealing with various spheres of activity of administration, which enables him/her to solve independently theoretical and practical problems arising while performing administrative functions. The Master of Administration also has the ability to understand and interpret legal texts, use the rules of logical thinking as well as an opportunity to seek further specialisation in any area of administration.

Teaching standards

In accordance with the curricula introduced by the resolution no. 291/2007-2008 of the Council of the Faculty of Law and Administration of Adam Mickiewicz University of June 24th 2008 regarding the curriculum for the field of "administration". The curricula and syllabuses were approved in accordance with the regulations of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of July 12th 2007 regarding the standards of education for specific degree programs and levels of education, as well as the procedures for setting up degree programs and conditions which universities must meet in order to offer interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary degree programs. (Journal of Laws no 164, item no 1166 with amendments.), as well as in accordance with the appendix no 1 to the aforementioned regulations.