Program Information

Program Objective:

The objective of the program is to provide training for auxiliary staff supporting judges and prosecutors.

Major Courses:

The Justice Program offers a comprehensive curriculum that combines theoretical and practical knowledge, tailored to the requirements of justice services. The courses cover various legal areas, including public law, private law, legal procedures, criminal law and procedures, enforcement and bankruptcy regulations, attorney and notary legislation, financial legislation, legal language, forensic medicine, execution procedures, penal legislation, as well as practical courses such as typography, Turkish language, foreign language, accounting, business management, archive management, and filing techniques.


Prospective students aiming to study in the School of Social Sciences Justice will enhance their success in this field if they possess an interest in the legal field, a strong grasp of the Turkish language, academic diligence, attention to detail, and a sense of responsibility.

Graduate Titles and Career Paths:

Upon completion of the Justice Program, graduates are awarded the title of "Justice Professionals." Justice professionals are responsible for carrying out essential procedures in courts, execution offices, and execution institutions. This includes processing citizens' applications to the courts and implementing the decisions made by judges.

Career Opportunities:

Graduates of the School of Justice can pursue positions as court clerks, assistant clerks, bailiffs, or assistant bailiffs. Additionally, they may have opportunities to advance to higher-level roles within execution institutions. These graduates can also find employment in public or private banks, various public and economic organizations, as well as private business enterprises.