Alte University offers master's programs in law, business administration, and national and international security.
The Alte University Master of Laws program focuses on equipping students with thorough theoretical knowledge and developing practical skills.
Proof of this is the mock courtroom at the university, where students gain hands-on experience. There is also a Law and Economics Center focused on both local and international scientific research. In addition, the student has the opportunity to deepen practical knowledge on the basis of memorandums signed with various organizations.
The university has all the conditions for students to master legal education and make the best use of their abilities, which will help them to develop critical thinking, analytical skills, various ways of solving problems, and, most importantly, the environment that is important for the free development of students.
As for the business master program, it is focused on deepening the internship component and using teaching methods that develop professional skills.
It is noteworthy that students undergo professional internships under the guidance of qualified specialists in various public and private structures, who are then their potential employers. Our students gain knowledge and experience by sharing similar programs at Western universities and by visiting foreign professors from our partner universities.
The strengths of the program are research-based teaching, the development of partnerships with advanced educational institutions, and the promotion of student and teacher mobility in the international educational space.
National and International Security is the graduate program of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences. This program is unique in its content.
The goal of the national and international security program is to train highly qualified researchers, analysts, and developers in the field of security policy who, taking into account the relevant political, economic, and legal aspects, will be able to adequately assess specific national and international security problems and identify optimal solutions.
The program focuses on teaching both rigid as well as economic, social, and political aspects of security, in addition to providing students with fundamental knowledge of safety theories and key concepts.