In its Undergraduate Program, the School of Law has engaged in giving training for Bachelor at Law (LL. B) students in Regular, Weekend and Summer Programs. The program has been designed with the aim of achieving the following basic objectives:
vEnabling graduates to have basic understanding of the theoretical, philosophical as well as practical conceptions of substantive and procedural laws both at the domestic and international framework;
vEmpowering graduates to acquire and develop skills in critical legal analysis, reasoning, and problem solving; oral and written communication; legal research; negotiation; mediation; and other fundamental skills necessary to participate effectively in the legal profession;
vEnhancing graduates to appreciate the constitutional values, the rule of law, democracy and good governance;
vCreating competent and competitive legal professionals in the labour market that strive to annihilate social injustice by providing pro bono legal services to the needy portion of the society, and discharging their responsibility in a transparent and accountable way; and
vProducing graduates that prioritize the interest of the public and their profession instead of their personal interest.
Students will be eligible for graduation upon successful completion of at least 174 Credit Hours including Externship and Exit Exams and if they achieve a minimum CGPA of 2.00 Points. In addition, a student should not have an “F” grade in any of the courses taken. Those students who register for senior thesis must score the passing mark. Moreover, students must accomplish their externship and should obtain numerical grade for it. Furthermore, students must pass the National Law Students Examination, which is organised by the National Agency for Examinations.