Master's Degree in Procedural Law and Citizenship
About the program
The Academic Master's Degree in Procedural Law and Citizenship is recommended by CAPES. Accredited according to Opinion CES/CNE No. 153/2002 pursuant to Ordinance MEC No. 2.530, dated September 4, 2002, published in the Federal Official Gazette (D. O. U.) No. 173 – Section 1, on Friday, September 6, 2002, the Master's Degree is part of the training processes at Universidade Paranaense, with progressive implementation, aiming to improve the Law, in both institutional and media scopes, joining the lato sensus graduation and post-graduation courses aiming at training professors and specialists in Law. The course activities are concentrated at UNIPAR's Post-Graduation Department in the Umuarama Headquarters Campus. The didactic activities of the Course are held on Fridays and Saturdays.
Celso Hiroshi Iocohama (Coordenador do Curso) (email@example.com)
Legal status - Masters
Course recommended by CAPES and accredited pursuant to Ordinance MEC No. 1077, dated August 31, 2012, published in the Federal Official Gazette No. 178 – Section 1, from September 13, 2012.
Students with Bachelor's Degree in Law in full graduation course, dully accredited by MEC, pursuant to the legislation in force.
I - Produce and use socially relevant knowledge in the legal area; II - Associate research, teaching and extension; III – Qualify professors and researchers; IV – Train professionals for the labor market; V – Create processes for exchanging knowledge and experiences with society in general; VI - Promote the exchange program with other national and foreign institutions, especially in Mercosur; and VII - Attribute the title of Master in Law.
30 installments of R$ 1.891,00
This fee is related to the registration for 2016, and the University has the right to make any changes due to legal or economic demands.
Scholarship from the Post-Graduation Supporting Programs for Private Teaching Institutions (PROSUP). The PROSUP scholarship is offered to the students registered in Master's Degree in Procedural Law and Citizenship. It has the duration of 12 months. No other type of scholarship can be accumulated. The availability of the PROSUP scholarships is subjected to CAPES understanding and shall be published in Public Notices.
The Regulation of the Master's Degree course in Procedural Law and Citizenship was defined by the Course Collegiate, and approved by the Stricto Sensu Post-Graduation Coordination, by the Board of Directors in Research and Post-Graduation and approved by the Higher Council of Teaching, Research and Extension at Universidade Paranaense.