ISC aims to launch a master’s degree in private law to achieve three dimensions: the cognitive dimension, the specialized dimension, the distinguished research dimension in the field of private law, follow-up to the latest legal systems, and benefit from the latest developments in the science of law. The program works to achieve them, prepare high-level skills for specialists in the field of private law, in addition to contributing to the realization of the university’s mission and strengthening its position as a beacon of science and development, a tributary of human resource development, and preparing specialists in various branches of law in order to develop society for the better and preserve on his identity.
Master of Private Law
The first stage - Compulsory courses 72 Credits
Research Methods and Scientific Methodology course aims to introduce students to the different models of ways to carry out useful legal research. Students will acquire knowledge about the design, methodology and techniques of scientific research, data collection, analysis and interpretation, and the use of research data in order to reach logical results that address the research problem. This course will help each student develop their ability to use this knowledge to become more effective as a legal researcher.
The curriculum’s inputs include: the form and type of knowledge, learners’ characteristics, needs, tendencies and interests, society’s philosophy, values, hopes and aspirations. The outputs of the curriculum are: knowledge, skills, and attitudes.
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The general framework of this course: – Types of commercial business, merchant, commercial contracts and commercial papers, banking operations, commercial companies, bankruptcy provisions. The special framework for studying this course: – An in-depth and comparative study of one or more topics from the general section, such as: – The legal personality of the public shareholding company, holding companies and joint investment companies, Monitoring the company’s business, international commercial contracts: investment contracts: construction contracts, service delivery contracts, technology transfer contracts.
The curriculum for this course in the Master’s Program in Private Law includes the principles of studying all types of employment contracts, the principles of resolving individual and collective labor disputes, and an analytical and applied study of the issue of work injuries in laws, labor law, social security law, worker benefits in accordance with the provisions of the laws, and the benefits of an occupational injury trustee in The Social Security Law, Disability, Old Age and Death Insurance in a Comparative Study of Jurisprudence and Judiciary
The origin and development of named contracts, and the nature of unnamed contracts, adaptation and interpretation of named contracts, and exposure to models of named contracts such as sales and rent contracts, owners and tenants, and insurance contracts.
The study curriculum for this course includes a study of judicial jurisdiction, case theory and procedures, the theory of judicial rulings, methods of appealing these rulings, and procedures for implementing judicial rulings in the procedure departments. It also includes a detailed and analytical study of one of the topics such as: the theory of interest in the case and the theory of judicial ruling.
The course includes an in-depth study of one or more administrative law topics such as: expressing the will in the administrative contract, administrative control, management discretion, job discipline, invalidity of administrative decision, presidential administrative oversight, and financial control.
The general framework of the course: the general theory of the obligation that includes the sources and provisions of the obligation in addition to the general principles of the original subordinate rights in kind. The special framework of the course: a comparative and in-depth study of one or more topics from the general section, such as: the preliminary stage in retirement, the basis of liability for a harmful act, the theory of abuse of right, the retroactive effect on legal actions, materialism in civil laws, transfer of obligation in civil laws, Movable common property, real estate ownership.
Optional courses 24 Credits
This course includes the definition of the principles of international criminal law, such as the principle of legality and the right to defense and all the foundations on which this law is based. Coming into force in 2002 and its basic scope and state judicial sovereignty over its territory, the responsibility and immunities of heads of state, and the statement of obligations, motives and crimes within the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court, preventing focus on the implementation of the Rome Convention at the domestic domestic level and the basic obligations arising from it, related to the subject of international criminal responsibility of the individual On the subject of the International Criminal Courts.
This course studies copyright, related rights, patents, trademarks and geographical indications, integrated circuits, industrial designs, aspects related to dispute settlement and international measures related to the protection of intellectual property rights.
This course includes: definition of international trade, definition of international trade law, knowledge of the relationship or comparison between international trade and national trade law, definition of international trade contracts, pillars of international trade contracts and comparison with the contract, types of international trade contracts and we deal with international sales contracts (SIF, bot contract The joint project, technology transfer contract, contracts developed in the field of international trade), discussing the problems facing international trade contracts and then solutions to these problems, settling disputes in international trade contracts through arbitration or settlement.
The course includes the study of the general theory of crime and criminal punishment, and the special section of the Penal Code, specifically the crimes of persons and funds, provided that from this section what is compatible with the crimes under study in the special curriculum.
The course includes an in-depth study of one or more emerging crime topics such as: cyber crimes, money laundering crimes, organized crimes, human trafficking crimes, and crimes against private life.
The second stage - Practical Training 30 Credits
In practical training, the student is assigned to teach a virtual course chosen by the college from among the courses studied by the student at the bachelor's level. The student should divide this course from twelve to fourteen brief lectures. The student presents each lecture in the form of a written summary of its topic in Word or PDF format, accompanied by a video recording of it with the student's voice using Power Point, the duration of which is no less than ten minutes and not more than about twenty minutes.
The thrid stage - Master's Thesis 54 Credits
The student submits a request to the university administration to register a master’s thesis, along with a proposed topic in one of the subspecialty tracks.
● If the initial approval of the subject title is achieved, the college council will designate a supervisor to guide and follow up the student in preparing the plan.
● The research plan includes the importance of the topic and a critical presentation of previous studies in it, specifically the research problem, then defining the study's curriculum and its main hypotheses or questions that you want to answer, and the division of the study and its sources.
● The student presents his proposed plan in a scientific seminar, discussing the plan as a topic and an approach.
● The student adjusts his plan based on the professors' observations in the seminar if he is asked to amend.
● After the seminar, the plan is presented to the college council to take its decision regarding the registration of the subject.
● In the event of approval, the college council’s decision is presented to the university council to approve registration, and the registration date is calculated from the university council’s approval date