The study program has established basic tasks and goals that are in accordance with goals of high education and which are prescribed by the High Education. Law.

The Faculty of Law of PIM University in Lukavica, within its core business, develops educational, professional and scientific research in the field of legal sciences. In addition to the existing ones, this Law Faculty also implements new educational standards in accordance with the Bologna Declaration in order to improve the educational process and the quality of teaching. In this way, students are enabled to acquire theoretical and expert knowledge and professional skills at the contemporary educational level in order to work creatively and successfully in Bosnia and Herzegovina and abroad. Also, in order to acquire practical knowledge and experience from students, the Faculty of Law has established cooperation with judicial authorities, business entities, centers for social work, penitentiary institutions, state administration and local self-government, diplomatic and consular services, public and private security agencies, The Faculty of Law of PIM University in Lukavica has developed cooperation with its related institutions in the country and the world, which enables the exchange of teachers, associates and students, but also the improvement of educational and scientific activities. By adopting and applying a new quality management system, the Faculty of Law of PIM University in Lukavica ensures the achievement of high domestic and international standards of quality of educational, professional and scientific research work. The ultimate goal of the Faculty of Law is to create high-quality experts and law experts in the field of law, as well as to raise the general level of legal awareness as one of the essential elements in the construction of the rule of law. Also, by improving curricula, by linking with international and domestic institutions, the Law Faculty of PIM University in Lukavica also aims to become one of the key promoters of the legal profession and science in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Law study has clearly defined goals. The goals of the study program are the development of creative abilities and mastering academic and practical skills and methods for achieving professional competence in the field of judiciary, administration and local self-government and criminal and security activities. Students are trained to independently organize work and prepare conditions for smooth running of the management and management process. Such education will enable them to work in all public and private activities in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the European Union.

The specific objectives of the accredited study program are:

  • enabling the student to actively participate in the design of his / her education,
  • enabling the student to master the scientific education process,
  • enabling students who successfully complete first-stage studies, easily join the second level of academic studies,
  • enabling the student to acquire practical knowledge through exercises that will be organized in cooperation with courts, prosecutors’ offices, security agencies, centers for social work, state administration bodies and local self-governments, enterprises, institutions, etc.

These goals are achieved using interactive teaching methods, which enable students to acquire practical knowledge and skills during the course of the study program.

The task of the Law Faculty of PIM University in Lukavica is the continuous improvement of all joint activities, irrespective of whether they are related to basic or accompanying activities. Multistage practice has shown that among them there is a high degree of conditionality, which is why the policy and strategy include the objectives, standards and procedures that provide:

  • the quality of the study program,
  • quality of teaching,
  • quality of scientific and research work,
  • the quality of teachers and associates,
  • the quality of non-essential staff,
  • quality of internal organization, coordination and management,
  • quality of students,
  • the quality of literature, library and information resources,
  • quality of space and equipment,
  • the quality of non-existent activities,
  • quality and scope of international cooperation,
  • quality of internal and external information, and
  • quality of financing.