Many higher education institutions now offer law degrees with options e.g. law and a second language. Other options include law and accountancy, law and economics, law and Management Studies, law and engineering, International law and even law and music.
With a PhD
at University of Strasbourg
you will typically (in your first year) have studied core modules involving methods, procedures and systems; you will also have looked at Constitutional and Administrative Law, Contract Law and Criminal Law.
Years Two and Three:
The following 2-3 years will allow you to choose from a wide variety of options including Civil Liberties, Commercial and Company Law, Criminal Justice, Education and the Law, Employment Law, European Union Law, Intellectual Property Law and many others
phd students: You will typically have focused on a variety of research programmes including Theoretical Issues in Law and Society, Public Administration, Public Law, Comparative Legal Cultures, European Environmental Law and Policy or Product Liability and Regulatory Issues.