Programs of Study
The School of Humanities and Social Sciences
The School of Humanities and Social Sciences has three departments:
- The Department of Humanities
- The Department of Social Sciences and Behavioral Sciences
- The Department of Law
The School is characterized by innovative programs of study that meet the needs of modern society. The School curricula aim to provide students with the necessary academic qualifications that will allow them to pursue a successful career in the field of Humanities, Social Sciences and Law.The academic staff of the School are active researchers with international teaching experience, and are involved in a number of European research projects.
The School of Humanities and Social Sciences is the first School in Cyprus that inaugurated a program ‘European Policy and Communication’ building the foundations for young scholars to get acquainted with the economic, social and policy formulation of the EU. The students of the School are active participants in the Erasmus program which provides them with valuable knowledge and experience as citizens of Europe.
The first University Language, Speech and Hearing Clinic was established at European University Cyprus in 2011. Here students of the Speech and Language Therapy Program are trained under the direct supervision of experienced Speech Pathologists, according to International Accreditation guidelines. The Clinic is a site for on-going research and outreach programs, conducted by academic and clinical faculty: students obtain experience in high quality clinical research related to various areas of Speech Pathology, including speech and language, phonation, swallowing, and hearing.
The Law Department holds a leading position among students who are interested in studying law. The Law Program is taught in Greek and has two directions, Greek Law and Cypriot Law. The program in Cypriot law is recognized by the Legal Service of the Republic of Cyprus. The Faculty of Law (Greek Law) of European University Cyprus, following a decision of the National Academic Recognition Information Centre of Greece (DOATAP), is recognized as equivalent and corresponding to the degrees of Law Schools of Greek Universities. As a result the Law degree of European University Cyprus enjoys the same academic and professional recognition as with the Law degrees of state Universities in Greece. Therefore graduates can registered, without going through exams, procedure in the Bar Associations of Greece.
European University Cyprus has signed a memorandum of cooperation with the Law School of the University of Athens, Democritus University of Thrace, the European Public Law Organization and the Institute for Constitutional Studies of the University of Athens.
The Law Department has signed Erasmus mobility agreements with the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, the Democritus University of Thrace, the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and the Panteion University
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