The Master's Course in the Graduate Faculty of Law concentrates on the legal aspects of economic activity. Studies are divided into three subject areas: Civil Law, Corporate Law, and International Law. The Civil Law block includes courses on current property law, consumer law, environmental issues, family, civil rights, ethics and the law, and government administration. Corporate Law features courses covering legal perspectives on business-related issues such as corporate structure and trade law. International Law targets the necessary professional expertise in the international sphere of business. Subjects include European Union Law, International Trade Law, International Relations and International Maritime Law.