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COURSES HELD IN MACERATA FOR LEARNING AGREEMENT

The Department of Law offers a wide range of courses in English and Italian languages. Of course, courses held in English are perhaps the easiest to be attended by incoming students. Pursuant to the very spirit of Erasmus+ programme, we strongly encourage them to take advantage of their stay in Macerata in order to learn Italian language (language courses are offered free of charge at the CLA (Centro Linguistico di Ateneo); see the proper IRO's page), and to take courses in Italian, too.

For this purpose, you can find here the instructions to check the entire teaching offer of the Department of Law, with an explanation of the meaning of the several abbreviations.

Courses held in English Language:

Semester

Course

SSD

CFU

Teaching hours

Course leader

1

Comparative Contract Law IUS/02 8 40 Ermanno Calzolaio

1

Comparative Legal System

IUS/02

9

45

Laura Vagni

1

Criminal Procedure and New Technologies IUS/16 8 40 Claudia Cesari

1

Environmental Law IUS/08 8 40 Chiara Feliziani

1

European Union Law

IUS/14

9

45

Fabrizio Marongiu Buonaiuti

1

Maritime Law IUS/06 8 40 tbc

1

The Chinese Legal System IUS/02 8 40 tbc

2

Constitutional Law

IUS/08

6

30

Angela Cossiri

2

EU Food Law IUS/03 8 40 Pamela Lattanzi

2

European Company Law IUS/04 8 40 Alessio Bartolacelli

2

European Legal History

IUS/19

6

30

Luigi Lacchè

2

Global Markets and Chinese Economy SECS-P/06 8 40 Francesca Spigarelli

2

International Law IUS/13 12 60 Andrea Caligiuri

2

Migration Law IUS/13 8 40 Fabrizio Marongiu Buonaiuti

Moreover, every year at the Department of Law several visiting scholars from all over the world deliver seminars and lectures in very different areas. Incoming Erasmus+ students are always very welcome to such events, as well as the events of the UniMC International Week which takes place twice a year in November and April.

N.B.: in many cases, attending the seminars allows students to get additional CFU (ECTS) credits. Contact each seminar's organizing teacher for more information.

Besides the courses held at the Department of Law, there are more law-related courses held in English language at other University of Macerata Departments

Semester

Course

SSD

CFU

Teaching hours

Course leader

Department

1

Courts and Human Rights

IUS/21 8 (*) 60 (*) Benedetta Barbisan Department of Political Science

1

Food Law and Policies IUS/03 8 (*) 40 (*) Anna Ilaria Trapè Department of Political Science

1

International contract law IUS/01 6 40 Tommaso Febbrajo Department of Economics

1

International Institutions Law IUS/13 8 40 Roberto Baratta Department of Political Science

1

International trade law and WTO rules

IUS/04

6

 

8

30

 

40

Federica Monti

Department of Economics

Department of Political Science

1

Investors law

IUS/05

6

40

Tommaso Febbrajo

Department of Economics

2

Chinese Commercial Law IUS/04 8 40 Federica Monti Department of Political Science

2

Environmental Law

IUS/01

6

36

Matteo Benozzo

Department of Education

2

Global Environmental Law IUS/10 8 40 Elisa Scotti Department of Political Science

2

International Human Rights IUS/13 8 40 Laura Salvadego Department of Political Science

2

Transport and Tourism Law IUS/06 6 36 Sirio Zolea Department of Education

(*) subject to confirmation; please visit the relevant web page.

Incoming students at the Department of Law are free to choose the above mentioned and other courses taught in different Departments, as far as the majority of chosen courses are lectured at the Department of Law.

All of the modules/courses above stated are taught in Macerata. N.B.: the semester of the course is subject to change from year to year. If no updated information is available online for the relevant academic year, please contact the module/course leader.

 

Students can find the updated syllabus for each course by searching the Teacher’s name in the “search” field of the webpage http://docenti.unimc.it/front-page?set_language=en&cl=en -> Teaching, and then choosing the course.

 

All the courses lectured at the Department of Law

You can find all the courses held at the Department of Law at the following website: http://giurisprudenza.unimc.it/it/didattica/offerta-didattica/-semestri-

Once there, the prospective incoming student must click on the academic year he/she intends to come to Macerata. If no, or just little information on such year has been uploaded yet, please refer to the information present for the immediately previous year (i.e.: refer to information on “anno accademico 2018-2019” if no information, or just partial information, is available for the academic year 2019-20).

You will find there a long list of courses, in Italian: don’t worry! Here it comes an orienteering guide!

Sort the list (by clicking "SSD") by “SSD” key. SSD ("Settore scientifico disciplinare") is the general area each course belongs to (for instance: Sport Law [diritto dello sport] belongs to the SSD IUS/01, that is Private Law).

Here is the list of the SSDs lectured at the Department of Law, so that you can better understand the general field of each course.

ING-INF/05

Information processing systems

IUS/01

Private law

IUS/02

Comparative private law

IUS/03

Agri-food law

IUS/04

Business Law

IUS/05

Economics Law

IUS/06

Navigation and air law

IUS/07

Labour law

IUS/08

Constitutional law

IUS/09

Public law

IUS/10

Administrative law

IUS/11

Ecclesiastical and canon law

IUS/12

Tax law

IUS/13

International law

IUS/14

European Union law

IUS/15

Civil procedural law

IUS/16

Criminal procedure

IUS/17

Criminal law

IUS/18

Roman and Ancient Law

IUS/19

History of medieval and modern law

IUS/20

Philosophy of law

L-LIN/12

Language and translation - English

M-DEA/01

Demology, ethnology and anthropology

M-GGR/02

Economic and political geography

M-PED/01

Theories and science of education and social education

M-PSI/04

Developmental and educational psychology

M-PSI/05

Social psychology

M-PSI/07

Dynamic psychology

M-PSI/08

Clinical psychology

M-STO/04

Contemporary history

M-STO/08

Archival science, bibliography and librarianship

MED/42

Hygiene and public health

MED/43

Forensic medicine

SECS-P/01

Economics

SECS-P/02

Economic policy

SECS-P/03

Public economics

SECS-P/06

Applied economics

SECS-P/07

Business administration and Management

SECS-P/08

Management

SECS-P/09

Finance

SECS-S/05

Social statistics

SPS/03

History of political institutions

SPS/04

Political science

SPS/07

General sociology

SPS/09

Economic sociology and sociology of work and organisations

SPS/12

Sociology of law, deviance and social change

After selecting the desired general area, you can browse among the related courses by clicking on their name (Nome insegnamento). You’ll find, by this way, the content of each course’s syllabus, along with the readings required for the exam. Please, be aware that, if not otherwise stated, the course is lectured in Italian language.

Other keys and information for the general course chart

"Semestre" = Semester when the course is lectured. 1 means, approximately, from mid-September to the end of November; 2 means, approximately, from the beginning of February to the end of April. For more detailed information, please refer to the academic calendar of the relevant academic year, which is available here.

"Docente" = Module/Course leader. Click on her/his name to visit the personal page, where information to contact the module/course leader is available.

"CFU" = ECTS Credits for the course

"Ore" = Teaching hours for the course

"Corso di laurea & Classe" = means the general path each course is included in. This is not very relevant to incoming students.

Again, incoming international students at the Department of Law are allowed to insert in their Learning Agreements also courses held in different Departments of the University of Macerata, if this is approved by their Home Institution's Erasmus coordinator, and insofar the majority of the attended courses is held at the Department of Law. In order to get more information on the courses lectured in the remaining Departments, please refer to each Department’s webpage, that you can find here: https://www.unimc.it/it/it/around_unimc/dipartimenti.