Національний університет «Острозька академія» — наступник першого вищого навчального закладу східнослов’янських народів — Острозької слов’яно-греко-латинської академії. Сьогодні виш визнано одним із найпрестижніших вищих навчальних закладів України.

Університет

Національний університет «Острозька академія» має статус самоврядного (автономного) дослідницького національного вищого навчального закладу. В університеті функціонують наукові центри, лабораторії, спеціалізовані вчені ради із захисту кандидатських дисертацій.

Наука
Ресурси

Серед ресурсів, що надаються студентам, викладачам, працівникам та гостям університету наукова бібліотека, редакційно-видавничий відділ, відділ зв’язків з громадськістю, Центр вивчення спадщини Острозької академії, відділ працевлаштування, ресурсні центри, методичні кабінети.

В Національному університеті «Острозька академія» діє п'ять факультетів та Інститут права ім. І. Малиновського, студенти яких навчаються на шістнадцяти престижних спеціальностях.

Факультети
Корисне

При Острозькій академії створена велика кількість студентських організацій, а також проектів, у яких студенти беруть активну участь, мають змогу проявити свій творчий потенціал та реалізувати себе.

The Department of State Law Disciplines

Administration

The Head of the Department: Scrypniuk Valentyna Mykolaiivna, Doctor of Legal Science, Professor.

Contact information: main building.
Phone: (03654) 2-39-30
E-mail: state.law@oa.edu.ua
Office hours: Tuesday - Thursday: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., lunch break: 1 p.m. – 2 p.m.,

Senior Assistant: Mazuruk Oksana Arkadiivna
Contact information: main building
Phone: (03654) 2-39-30
E-mail: state.law@oa.edu.ua
Office hours: Monday - Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., lunch break: 1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

General information about the Department

In 1999 after the reorganization of the Department of Legal, Psychological, and Pedagogical Disciplines the Department of General Theoretical Legal Disciplines was created (Order №11 of 29.09.1999). It was renamed into the Department of History and Theory of State and Law on 14 October, 1999. In March, 2005 it got a new name of the Department of State Law Disciplines.

The Department provides teaching of the following subjects: Employment law, Employment Legislation, Legal Regulation of Social Protection, History of State and Law of Ukraine, Notary Service, Civil Protection, Safety of Vital Activity, Fundamentals of Workplace Safety, Local Self-Government, Fundamentals of Ecology, Workplace Safety in Industry, Fundamentals of Legal Statistics.

The scientific research topic of the Department is ‘The Problems of State Building and Human Rights Protection in Ukraine’ (state registration number: 0110U000890).

The Laboratory of Civil Society and Local Self-Government was created at the Department in 2012. Its main tasks are: research, implementation and methodological support of the content, methods, technologies, and means of civil society, and improvement of the local self-government functioning; establishment of a scientific school of legal information technology of local self-government; accumulation of texts to provide the examples of work experience (best practices of local self-government), scientific and practical comments (state normative and legal acts); drafting of normative and legal acts of local self-government and local communities (regulations, statutes) and electronic versions of books, textbooks, and methodological manuals for educational purposes; creation of the fund of electronic and printed handbooks, methodological manuals of different kinds for the members of local communities, deputies, pupils and students; inclusion of the scientific achievements of the Laboratory of Civil Society and Local Self-Government into the educational process of I. Malynovskyi Institute of Law in the contents of special educational courses, scientific and practical seminars, scientific works of the students and postgraduates; studying of a foreign scientific experience of the scientific research systems development in the sphere of civil society and local self-government; implementation of pedagogical innovations and latest educational technologies, achievements of science and progressive ideas into practice; creation of the student focus groups ‘The Problems of Work Organization of the Civil Society Parts and the System of Local Self-Government Authorities’, the members of which will take part in student conferences, etc.

In general, 10 lecturers (7 on the staff) work at the Department, 6 of them have academic degrees.

The Department Staff

Valentyna M. Skrypniuk, Doctor of Legal Science, Professor, the Head of the Department (on the staff)

Oleksandr V. Skrypniuk, Doctor of Legal Science, Professor (in a part-time position)

Pylyp D. Pylypenko, Doctor of Legal Science, Professor (in a part-time position)

Roman S. Martyniuk, PhD (Political Science), Associate Professor (on the staff)

Mykola V. Hryschuk, PhD (Political Science), Associate Professor (on the staff)

Oleh P. Herasymchuk, PhD (Legal Science), Associate Professor, Deputy Head of the Department (on the staff)

 Liudmyla I. Kovalchuk, instructor (in a part-time position)

Olha S. Lysenko, instructor (on the staff)

Dina V. Baisan, instructor (on the staff)

Mariia B. Tsypiaschuk, instructor (on the staff)

Oksana A. Mazuruk, trainee instructor (on the staff)