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Fakultet bezbednosti

Faculty Staff

Academic staff (faculty members): professors, researchers and teaching assistants.

Administrative staff: employees providing administrative, technical and professional services.

Professor ranks at the Faculty: professor, assistant professor, associate professor.

Researcher ranks at the Faculty: research assistant, research associate, and senior research associate.

Assistant ranks at the Faculty are: instructor and teaching assistant.

Over 50 professors are currently employed at the Faculty.

Professors have a right and an obligation to:

  1. deliver classes in full accordance with the curriculum within the allotted number of classes, as determined by the curriculum and syllabus;
  2. keep record of class attendance, examinations and student achievement in a manner stipulated by the General Enactment of the Faculty;
  3. organize and conduct research work;
  4. recommend available textbooks and workbooks for the course for which they have been elected;
  5. conduct student examinations regularly, as scheduled in examination terms;
  6. carry out consultations with students so as to enable them to master the curriculum;
  7. suggest improvements and reevaluations of the study curricula;
  8. advise students in the preparation of final papers and dissertations;
  9. develop cooperative relations with other members of the academic community;
  10. undergo quality tests of their work in accordance with the general enactment of the Council;
  11. perform other types of work determined by the Faculty Law, the Statute and general enactments.

Assistants have a right and an obligation to:

  1. prepare and give practice classes under the supervision of professors;
  2. assist professors in the preparation of the teaching and research process;
  3. participate in the conducting of examinations, as prescribed by the curriculum and the syllabus;
  4. carry out consultations with students;
  5. work on achieving a higher level of expertise in order to prepare for independent academic research and acquire a higher academic degree i.e. a doctoral degree.
  6. develop cooperative relations with other members of the academic community;
  7. undergo quality of their work in accordance with the general enactment of the Council;
  8. perform other types of work determined by the Faculty Law, the Statute and general enactments.