Bachelor of Laws (LL.B)
Charisma University’s Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) program provides a personalized and convenient opportunity of starting a journey into the legal profession. The program is designed to meet the global LL.B educational requirements; thus, the program assiduously prepares students to sit for the Bar examination in any country of their choice.
Charisma University LL.B program is a three year program structured in the synchronous learning method. To earn an LL.B degree from Charisma University, students will complete 108 units of course work within the three years of study. The program is offered in three semesters of 16 weeks per semester, within the University’s academic calendar year. Students are required to take 12 credits of course work each semester.
All courses are 3 credits each and are synchronously taught for 3 hours per week. The coursework includes but is not limited to case studies, oral presentations, Assignments, mid-term examinations, Legal research and writings, Quizzes, and final examinations.
Students are required to take any three elective courses of their choice within the third year, from the elective courses listed in the curriculum below. The three elective courses will be taken as follows, one elective course in the second semester and two electives in the third semester. At the end of the third semester in the same final year, students are expected to submit a well written legal-based project before the LL.B degree can be awarded.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Develop abilities for identifying and comprehending key concepts in substantive law, legal theory, and procedure.
- Construct oral and written legal analyses.
- Develop the skills for conducting superior legal research.
- Acquire knowledge for undertaking rules of professional ethics in law.
- Develop requisite competencies in excelling in Bar Examination.
Students must complete all the required first year courses (36 Credits). Each course is valued as 3 Credits.
Students must complete all the required second year courses (36 Credits). Each course is valued as 3 Credits.
Students must complete all the required 36 credits (12 courses) in the third year. Each course is valued as 3 Credits. Students are required to choose one elective course and two elective courses for second and third semesters respectively.
Third Year Electives
Students must choose only three courses (9 Credits) as electives from this section for third year semesters two and three. Each course is valued as 3 Credits.