School of Law

The School for Computer Science at AUEoffers an innovative study program aimed at preparing students for dynamic careers in the rapidly evolving field of computer science. With a focus on practical skills and cutting-edge technologies, the program equips students with the knowledge and expertise needed to thrive in today’s digital landscape.


The study program at AUE covers a comprehensive range of topics in computer science, including programming languages, data structures, algorithms, software engineering, cybersecurity, and artificial intelligence. Through a combination of theoretical coursework and hands-on projects, students gain a deep understanding of core concepts while developing practical problem-solving ability.

Career Opportunities

Upon graduation, students have a wide range of career opportunities in the legal profession. They can pursue roles as lawyers, legal consultants, corporate counsels, judges, legal researchers, and more. Additionally, graduates may choose to work in government agencies, non-profit organizations, international organizations, or start their own legal practices.

Program Learning Outcomes

Master fundamental principles and techniques in computer science, including programming, data management, and software development.

Analyze complex problems and design innovative solutions using computational thinking and problem-solving skills.
Demonstrate proficiency in programming languages, algorithms, and data structures to develop efficient and scalable software solutions.
Apply best practices in software engineering, including software design, testing, and maintenance, to ensure the reliability and security of software systems.
Collaborate effectively in interdisciplinary teams to tackle real-world challenges and deliver high-quality software projects.

This comprehensive program prepares students to excel in the dynamic and rapidly evolving field of computer science, providing them with the skills and knowledge needed to make valuable contributions to the digital economy.


Semester 1CreditsNumber
Political science6POZ1101F
Political theories 16POZ1103F
Introduction to law6PSZI010D1
Macedonian (as a foreign) language 16KRI1205F
Elective subject6 
Semester 2CreditsNumber
Political system6POZ1201F
Political theories 26POZ1202F
EU – integration and policies6POZ1203F
Political history of Macedonia6POZ1204F
Elective subject6 
Semester 3CreditsNumber
Contemporary political systems7POZ2101F
Elections and electoral systems5POZ2102F
Constitutional law6PSZI020D1
Fundamentals of economics6EKZ1101P 
Elective subject6 
Semester 4CreditsNumber
Foreign policy6POZ2201F
Political parties and interest groups6POZ2202F
International human rights law6POZ2203F
Academic writing6POZ2204U
Elective subject6 
Semester 5CreditsNumber
Public administration6POZ3101F
History of diplomacy6POZ3102F
International relations6POZ3103F
Elective subject6 
Elective subject6 
Semester 6CreditsNumber
Distributed Computer Systems6INZ36326F
Intelligent systems6INZ36127F
Advanced databases6INZ36129F
Network operating systems6INZ35223F
Elective subject6 
Semester 7CreditsNumber
International public law7PSZII070F1
Civil society6POZ3201F
Contemporary political history5POZ3202F
Elective subject6 
Semester 8CreditsNumber
Alternative and peaceful resolution of conflicts6POZ4201F
Rhetoric and argumentation6POZ4202F
Diplomatic consular relations and protocol6POZ4203F
Elective subject6 
Graduate thesis6 

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