Graduates of study programme LAW (1st degree, Bc.) are able to execute tasks in state administration and local self-governing bodies, preparatory tasks in courts (clerk), and also, is able to work as a court secretary. Graduates hold extensive knowledge on the history of state and law, Roman law, mechanisms of state bodies, especially of the conduct of legislative, executive and judicial powers. Moreover, they are able to issue local administrative acts in accordance with the administrative order. Graduates obtain knowledge in the theory of law, concepts of legal state, principles of state organisation and activities; know the Constitution of the Slovak Republic, theories of power division, control of constitutional procedures, sovereignty of the people, direct and indirect democracy. They acquire the knowledge of how to apply methods in the public administration and they know the basic legal institutes of administrative order. Graduates are able to apply legal statutes in the public administration and practical procedures and solutions of legal situations; they know how to apply procedures in the decision-making in the public administration, are able to cooperate with experts from many professions (a psychologist, a sociologist, etc.). Their cooperative skills are also developed enough to cooperate in teams. They fulfil the prerequisites to continue in the master studies.
Graduates of study programme LAW (2nd degree, Mgr.) are able to conduct more complicated activities within the state administration independently, are also able to work as trainees in judicial branch (courts, prosecution, advocacy, notary, etc.). Graduates hold extensive knowledge of legal history, theory of law and legislation – subsequently, they are fully prepared to use this knowledge in the legislation-making, either in parliament, government and central bodies of state administration. They are prepared to analyse programme and procedural issues of legal praxis and provide legal advice. They possess theoretical knowledge in the theory of law, understand important context, principles and theories of legal order. Graduates are able to solve legal issues independently, are able to research causalities and phenomena of legal branches and cooperate with experts from many professions (a psychologist, a sociologist, etc.).