LL.B in laws

•    Producing competent and quality educated manpower in the programs the school run
•    Reaching the community through the provision of free legal aid services and other community based programs in which undergraduate students are highly engaged
•    Inculcating the basic values of the FDRE Constitution in the minds of graduates and the community and creating the sense of duty to work towards its observance and enforcement
•    Contributing to the national effort to strengthen the proper administration of justice and prevalence of rule of law
Entry requirements
•    The admission criteria to the undergraduate program are set by the ministry of education up on considering the national entrance exam result of candidates.

     After completing the program of study, LL.B graduates will acquire knowledge and competence which would enable them: 
•    work as judges and prosecutors at various levels of the Federal and State court structures in Ethiopia; 
•    serve as public defenders for persons accused of committing crimes; 
•    practice law individually or along with other legal professionals at any level of the court structures in the country, depending on the class of license issued; 
•    provide services as legal advisors to business organizations, governmental agencies or non-governmental organizations; 
•    render high-quality research service to organizations as consultants or permanent employees; 
•    engage in teaching at Law Schools in higher education institutions across the nation; and 
•    work individually or in establishments with a view to enhancing individual and group rights, the rule of law, good governance, and the deepening of constitutionalism and democratic values through research, education, advocacy and awareness-raising enterprises.