| Cognitive Skills:
After successful completion of the course, students will be able to:
- define the basic concepts of international criminal procedural law
- name the main and secondary subjects in international criminal procedure and explain their roles
- describe the development of international criminal justice
- use the sources of international criminal procedure
- apply and interpret provisions in this area
- distinguish and categorize courts according to their characteristics
- compare the procedural rules of international courts with each other and with the rules of national legal systems
- evaluate the compliance of procedural solutions with the international and regional human rights standards in criminal proceedings
Practical and Generic Skills:
Besides development of intellectual skills, students will develop practical and generic skills such as public presentation and argumentation of their views and their clear and structured explanation in the text.
Matching Assessments to Learning Outcomes:
Grading and evaluation of student work will be based on continuous monitoring of their activities during the classes, research and oral presentation of selected topics, and final written and oral exam. The written exam consists of three essay type questions.