1-1 Definition and Purpose of the Program
Law Bachelor Program is meant to improve students’ knowledge of law and legal expertise based on Islamic jurisprudence, Islamic-Iranian culture and custom, and new legal issues. The programs is expected to train professionals who can help administer justice at domestic and international levels and meet the country’s needs for attorneys, solicitors, and legal experts by serving in the Judiciary, ministries, executive bodies, and the private sector.
The necessity and importance of offering this program lies in the country's need for judges, lawyers, and legal experts at domestic and international levels. Therefore, the creation and proper implementation of this program can help meet the needs of the country in this area. Of course, there are different concentrations at the specialized level of this field offered in the form of various master and doctoral programs. These concentrations include private and Islamic law, criminal law and criminology, public law and international law, etc., which examine the broad theoretical and practical dimensions and legal aspects.
1-2 Alumni's Mission and Ability
Graduates of this program, provided that they meet required conditions, can serve as:
1- judges and judicial advisors in courts; 2- employees of the prosecutor's office, including interrogators; 3- judicial and administrative experts of the Judiciary; 4- legal experts at bankruptcy liquidation offices and ward supervision departments; 5- legal and judicial experts at judgment execution offices (civil and penal); 6- legal experts at document and property registration offices; 7- employees of notary offices 8- attorneys-in-law, attorneys-in-fact and solicitors; 9- legal advisers (legal experts) in ministries and other public and private institutions; 10- educators to teach relevant courses; and 11- legal experts in banks, stock exchange offices, and insurance offices.
1-3 Program Curriculum
The minimum and maximum durations of education in this program are in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology; and basically, all courses are offered in 8 semesters. The length of each semester is 17 weeks, and course hours are usually based on one unit-hour per week.
1-4 Number and Type of Courses
The total number of program units is currently 140 , which is defined by considering 21 units of basic courses, 87 units of specialized courses, 22 units of general courses, and 30 units of elective courses.