Bachelor’s Degree Programs
3. Law Studies;
Bachelor’s Program Requirements
University Bachelor's Degree is the first level of higher education - a combination of educational programs, which provides teaching the basics of relevant specialties, which is necessary for working with the qualification of a person for further studies in the Master's Degree Program.
Prerequisite for admission to the Bachelor Study Program
A person with a state certificate certifying the full general education issued in Georgia or equal to it, has the right to study on the educational program, in accordance with the rules established by the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia on the basis of the results of the National Examinations; The right to obtain student status without the National Examination for foreign citizens may be based on the rules established by the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia; The right to study on the program can be obtained from other faculty of Guram Tavartkiladze Tbilisi Teaching University or other higher education institution bachelor program student, in accordance with the requirements of regulation of Georgian legislation and GTUNI regulation of educational process based on external mobility.
Credits assigned to the program
The educational program provides the accumulation of ECTS 240 credits. 1 credit = 25-30 astronomical hour, 1 astronomic hour = 60 min. Credit involves contact and independent work. Credit Time (hour) reflects the amount of work which is required by the student to use one component of the program and to achieve learning outcomes. One academic year consists of two, autumn and spring semesters, including 43 weeks, among them 38 academic and sessions week, 4 weeks for additional 6 exams (2 weeks in each semester), 1 week for Christmas holidays. During the semester Bachelor student is desirable to obtain the average 30 credits, and 60 credits in the year , however, depending on the program specifics and the student's individual load, the number of credits per year may be less than 60 or more, but not more than 75.
After the expiry of the Bachelor's Program, a student with academic debt has the right to continue studying taking additional semesters (not more than 6 semesters) for completing an educational program.