In modern living conditions, the organization of society and the state is inconceivable without the organization of a modern, efficient, rational and economical public administration, which will meet the growing needs of social affairs management. The interconnectedness of the administration of law and the overall complexity of national, international and transnational law today, require adequately educated professionals who are able to cope with all the requirements
societies and professions. The problems of public administration in the modern state are complex and complex in many ways, and in addition to public law, they also include the sociological, economic and even political dimension. The knowledge and skills of a modern administrative expert are diverse. They include both administrative-legal and administrative-technical skills. A wide fund of knowledge that can only be acquired through appropriate and systematic education, would enable employees in state administration bodies, other state bodies, public services, and bodies of local self-government units, to be able to solve various and complex problems in management. various social affairs.
Compliance with the requirements of professional associations
In the continental countries of Western Europe, administrative work is considered a vital occupation. In this sense, civil servants are professionals who build their careers over the years, continuously climbing the hierarchical ladder, both in terms of positions they hold and the titles they hold, and in terms of salary, which they receive as a reward for their work. Employees are expected to do their job professionally and in accordance with
their shared legal powers. This understanding of the administrative service, the tendency towards the growth of administrative organizations, as well as the specialization of the administration during the twentieth century, leads to the development of education systems aimed at training future candidates for public service and training existing civil servants.
Partners outside the higher education system
County of Split-Dalmatia, which is also a working teaching base for students of administrative studies.
The City of Split, which is also a working teaching base for students of administrative studies.
State Administration Office in the Split-Dalmatia County, which is also a working teaching base for students of administrative studies.
The Split-Dalmatia Police Administration, which is also a working teaching base for students of administrative studies.
Openness of studies towards student mobility
Students will be able to continue their education at postgraduate specialist and doctoral studies at the Faculty of Law in Split, other law faculties in Croatia, as well as at social faculties, which will achieve their vertical mobility, after starting a university graduate administrative study. in plan.