Università degli Studi di Perugia

Degree course in Philosophy and ethics of relationships

Course Name
PHILOSOPHY AND ETHICS OF RELATIONSHIPS
Course Code
LM57
Class (Ministerial code)
LM-78
Website
https://www.fissuf.unipg.it/didattica/corsi-di-studio/filosofia-ed-etica-delle-relazioni
Field(s) of study
- ISCED 2 Arts and Humanities
Qualification award
- Master Degree
Level of qualification according to the NQF and the EQF
- EHEA Second cycle; EQF Level 7
Length of programme / number of credits
- 2 years / 120 ECTS
Language of Teaching
- Italian
Mode of study
- Blended
Didactic centre
Piazze Ermini, 1 06123 Perugia Department of Philosophy, Social, Human and Education Sciences
Programme director
Massimo Borghesi
Access to the course
- open access with assessment of personal competencies
Specific admission requirements
. In order to be admitted to the Master's degree course, you must have a three-year (Class L5) or four-year (Class 29) degree, or a university degree of three years' duration, or another qualification obtained abroad, recognized as suitable. Can be enrolled: a) students with a degree in Philosophy both in Italian and foreign Universities (subject to recognition by the Cds); b) students holding another degree to which at least 48 credits can be recognized among the following philosophical fields (between M-FIL/01 - M-FIL/02 - M-FIL/03 - M-FIL/04 - M-FIL/05 - M/FIL/06 - M-FIL/07 - M-/FIL/08), political philosophy (SPS/01), philosophy of science (M-STO/05), pedagogy (M-PED/01 or M-PED/03- M-PED/04), psychology (M-PSI/01 - M-PSI/04 - M-PSI/05- M-PSI/07). Among all these should be at least 24 CFU among the philosophical fields (between M-FIL/01 - M-FIL/03 - M/FIL/06 ); c) graduates in economics, social and political science and language classes both three-year and master classes and specifically: L-11- L-18 - L-33 - L-37 - L-40 and LM-62 LM76 - LM 77 - LM/81 - LM/ 82 - LM/83, LM37) provided they have taken at least 48 CFU (also as free examinations before enrolment) in scientific disciplinary fields (between M-FIL/01 - M-FIL/02 - M-FIL/03 - M-FIL/04 - M-FIL/05 - M/FIL/06 - M-FIL/07 - M-/FIL/08), political philosophy (SPS/01), philosophy of science (M-STO/05).
Evaluation of specific subject knowledge on entry
The verification of the possession of the curricular requirements will be done through a non-selective access test, the modalities of which will be indicated in the didactic Regulation of the course of study. Foreign students are required to take a test to verify their proficiency of the Italian language, except Erasmus Incoming students, Exchange Students and students in mobility as per the Cooperation Agreement
Profile of the programme
The CdS, divided into 6 curricula, is characterized by its strong interest in philosophy in the relationship with civil economy, psychology, anthropology, and of course with ethics. The CdS aims at a general knowledge of the historical evolution of philosophical, philosophical-economic, ethical-political and psycho-pedagogical thought. In particular, it aims to develop the ability to use the theoretical and methodological tools of philosophical investigation, with particular attention to the critical analysis of argumentation and conceptual connections.
Programme learning outcomes
- The expected learning outcomes are as follows: - the understanding of the underlying reasons for philosophical problems in view of a personal elaboration of general and specific issues affecting the human being, his relationship with nature, the link with cultural and religious traditions; - the acquisition, also defined by the possible choice of a specific curriculum, of skills in dialogue with the human sciences, in particular with anthropology and psychology, and with the economic sciences. - the acquisition of an ability to interpret the problems of communication in different contexts of life both in cognitive and ethical terms; - the advanced knowledge, in written and oral form, of at least one European Union language other than Italian, with reference also to disciplinary lexicons. - the development of the capacity of theoretical elaboration of questions concerning man in his social, political and religious dimension; - the acquisition of further cultural bases necessary for the teaching of philosophy, with reference also to the historical, psychological, sociological and pedagogical aspects of teaching and learning.
Qualification requirements and regulations
Admission to the final test for the achievement of the qualification will require that the student has acquired all the credits foreseen in the study plan for training activities other than the final test. The final test for the achievement of the qualification is public and consists of the presentation of a thesis work to a special commission. The final paper will be followed and coordinated by a course teacher who takes on the role of speaker. The rapporteur can be supported by a co-rapporteur throughout the course of the elaboration. The co-supervisors may also be non-faculty members of the University who in any case supervised the ongoing work as an expert on the problems faced by the candidate. The discussion of the final exam is carried out before specific commissions composed of at least 7 members and no more than 11 university professors and researchers. The Rector appoints the Final Test Commission and its President, upon proposal of the Director of the Department after consultation with the Coordinators of the CDS. The final exam includes 9 credits.
Examination regulations and grading scale
Assessment is normally an oral or written exam; in some cases there are intermediate exams during the course; other evaluation elements (seminars, reports, etc.) can be foreseen in specific course units and are described in the Course Unit Profiles. The grades for subject exams are measured in thirtieths (0-30 scale), the minimum grade is 18/30 and the maximum grade is 30/30. The maximum grade can be enhanced with “cum laude” (30 cum laude), in case of excellence. Grades are given by an exam commission of at least two teachers, whose President is the chair of the subject. The main exam sessions are held in January/February, April, June/July, September. Students may retake exams, if not passed. The University provides an ECTS Grading Table, which shows the actual distribution of the examination and final grades among students for each degree program. The final degree evaluation is expressed in one hundred and tenths (0-110 scale), the minimum grade is 66/110 and the maximum grade is 110/110. The calculation of the final grade of each candidate takes into account the average of the grades obtained in the subject exams, as well as the quality of the work performed in research or in the final thesis which is discussed in public before an exam commission. “Cum laude” (110 cum laude) may be added to the maximum grade if the exam commission decides unanimously.
Obligatory or optional mobility windows
No mobility windows were foreseen in the design of the study program.
Work-based learning
For all curricula (except for the Civil Economy one) the 150 hours provided (6 CFU) can be divided into 125 hours dedicated to the classroom internship at secondary schools or affiliated institutions, including the University of Perugia itself - as an internal internship - (with support activities for teaching or related activities provided by the host institution) and 25 hours to be carried out in seminars and conferences organized by the Department. For the Civil Economy curriculum, instead, the 150 hours will be dedicated for 125 hours to the internship activity in the company (with activities related to the carrying out of tasks and projects in collaboration with the partner institutions), while the remaining 25 hours will be carried out in workshops and seminars organized by the Department. In particular, the student identifies, together with the Training Internship Manager, the company or institution in which he intends to carry out the internship among those that have an agreement or, if possible, further agreements are opened. At the end of the internship period the student presents the internship report and the attendance sheet to the tutor. The Internship Manager sends the list of students who have completed the internship (attaching the certificates of completion of the same internship) to the secretary who will update the student's career. The assignment of CFU corresponds to the internship activity carried out.
Occupational profiles of graduates
Graduates will be able to perform highly responsible functions in the following areas: - press and/or intermediary communication centres, public relations services, personnel management in the administrative sector in public bodies or private companies; - management of libraries or museums; - exhibitions, literary awards and other cultural activities requiring particular skills in the aesthetic, literary and historical-artistic fields; - publishing; - organization of refresher courses in the field of bioethics, environmental ethics and more generally applied ethics directed in particular at health care professionals and other interested sectors; continuous consultancy in the same sectors; - collaboration with social services and offices responsible for promoting cultural activities in the public administration; - marketing and creative advertising; - assistance in the design and management of vocational training courses. Graduates who will have credits in sufficient number in appropriate groups of sectors, as provided for by the legislation in force, will be able to participate in the admission tests for training courses for secondary education. In addition, a master's degree is a necessary requirement for the admission tests for the PhD.
UnitLanguageAnnoPeriodCFU
BIOECOLOGICAL MODELS OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATIONAL PROCESSES
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian1I9
CHINESE
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian1II9
CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian1I6
CONTEMPORARY HISTORY I
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian1I6
CULTURES AND RELIGIONS OF THE ANCIENT WORLD
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian1II12
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY (CHILD 0-3)
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian1I9
EARLY MODERN HISTORY
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian1I12
EARLY MODERN HISTORY
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian1I12
ECONOMICS
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian1I9
ECONOMICS
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian1I6
ECONOMICS OF SOCIAL ENTERPRISES
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian1II9
ENGLISH LITERATURE
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
English1II9
FORMS OF HUMANISM IN THE HISTORY OF WESTERN THOUGHT
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian1II12
FORMS OF HUMANISM IN THE HISTORY OF WESTERN THOUGHT
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian1II12
FORMS OF HUMANISM IN THE HISTORY OF WESTERN THOUGHT
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian1II12
FORMS OF HUMANISM IN THE HISTORY OF WESTERN THOUGHT
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian1II12
FORMS OF HUMANISM IN THE HISTORY OF WESTERN THOUGHT
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian1II12
FORMS OF HUMANISM IN THE HISTORY OF WESTERN THOUGHT
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian1II12
GREEK HISTORY
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian1I6
GREEK HISTORY
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian1I12
LOGIC
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian1I6
LOGIC
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian1I6
LOGIC
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian1I6
LOGIC
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian1I6
LOGIC
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian1I6
LOGIC
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian1I6
MEDIEVALE HISTORY
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian1I12
MORAL PHILOSOPHY
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian1II12
MORAL PHILOSOPHY
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian1II12
MORAL PHILOSOPHY
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian1II12
MORAL PHILOSOPHY
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian1II12
MORAL PHILOSOPHY
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian1II12
MORAL PHILOSOPHY
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian1II12
PARADIGMS OF PRACTICAL RATIONALITY
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian1II9
PARADIGMS OF PRACTICAL RATIONALITY
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian1II9
PARADIGMS OF PRACTICAL RATIONALITY
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian1II9
PARADIGMS OF PRACTICAL RATIONALITY
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian1II9
PARADIGMS OF PRACTICAL RATIONALITY
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian1II9
PHILOSOPHICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian1II9
PHILOSOPHICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian1II9
PHILOSOPHICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian1II9
PHILOSOPHICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian1II9
PHILOSOPHICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian1II9
PHILOSOPHICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian1II9
PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE IN THE U.S.A
Curriculum: Filosofia
English1II6
PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE IN THE U.S.A
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
English1II9
PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian1I12
PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE, THEORY OF MIND AND PRAGMATIC COMMUNICATION
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian1I9
PHILOSOPHY OF LAW
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian1I9
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC ETHICS
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian1II6
RELIGION AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian1I9
RELIGIONS AND PHILOSOPHY OF CHINA
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian1I9
ROMAN HISTORY
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian1II12
SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian1I12
SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATIONAL PROCESSES
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian1I9
THEORY OF SUBYECT AND OTHERNESS
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian1I6
BIOECOLOGICAL MODELS OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATIONAL PROCESSES
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2I9
BIOECOLOGICAL MODELS OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATIONAL PROCESSES
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2I9
CHINESE SOCIETY AND CULTURE
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian2I9
CHINESE SOCIETY AND CULTURE
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian2I9
COGNITIVE ASSESSMENT THROUGH NEUORIMAGING
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian2II9
COGNITIVE ASSESSMENT THROUGH NEUORIMAGING
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian2II9
CONTEMPORARY HISTORY II
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2II6
CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2II6
CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian2II6
CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2II6
CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2II6
CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2II6
CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2II6
CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2II6
CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian2II6
CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian2II6
CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian2II6
CULTURES AND RELIGIONS OF THE ANCIENT WORLD
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian2II9
CULTURES AND RELIGIONS OF THE ANCIENT WORLD
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian2II12
CULTURES AND RELIGIONS OF THE ANCIENT WORLD
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian2II9
CULTURES AND RELIGIONS OF THE ANCIENT WORLD
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2II12
CULTURES AND RELIGIONS OF THE ANCIENT WORLD
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian2II12
EARLY MODERN HISTORY
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2I12
ECONOMICS
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2I6
ECONOMICS
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2I6
ECONOMICS
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian2I6
ECONOMICS
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2I6
ECONOMICS
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian2I6
ECONOMICS
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2I6
ECONOMICS
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian2I6
ECONOMICS
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian2I6
ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2I6
ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2I6
ECONOMICS OF THE THIRD SECTOR
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2II6
ECONOMICS OF THE THIRD SECTOR
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2II6
ELECTIVE COURSES
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2whole year12
ELECTIVE COURSES
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2whole year12
ELECTIVE COURSES
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian2whole year12
ELECTIVE COURSES
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2whole year12
ELECTIVE COURSES
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian2whole year12
ELECTIVE COURSES
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian2whole year12
ENGLISH LITERATURE
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian2I9
ENGLISH LITERATURE
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2I6
ENGLISH LITERATURE
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2I6
ENGLISH LITERATURE
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2I9
ENGLISH LITERATURE
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2I9
ENGLISH LITERATURE
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian2I9
ENGLISH LITERATURE
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
English2II6
ENGLISH LITERATURE
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
English2II6
EXEGESIS OF MEDIEVAL HISTORICAL SOURCES
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2II6
GREEK HISTORY
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2I6
GREEK HISTORY
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2I6
GREEK HISTORY
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2I12
GREEK HISTORY
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian2I12
GREEK HISTORY
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2I6
GREEK HISTORY
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian2I6
GREEK HISTORY
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian2I12
GREEK HISTORY
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian2I6
GREEK HISTORY
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2I6
HISTORY OF CULTURE AND INSTITUTIONS IN THE MODERN AGE
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2I6
LABOUR HISTORY IN CONTEMPORARY AGE
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2II6
MEDIEVALE HISTORY
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2I12
OTHER LANGUAGES
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian2whole year6
OTHER LANGUAGES
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2whole year6
OTHER LANGUAGES
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian2whole year6
OTHER LANGUAGES
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2whole year6
OTHER LANGUAGES
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2whole year6
OTHER LANGUAGES
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian2whole year6
OTHER LANGUAGES
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian2whole year6
OTHER LANGUAGES
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2whole year6
OTHER LANGUAGES
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2whole year6
OTHER LANGUAGES
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian2whole year6
OTHER LANGUAGES
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian2whole year6
OTHER LANGUAGES
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2whole year6
PARADIGMS OF PRACTICAL RATIONALITY
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian2II9
PARADIGMS OF PRACTICAL RATIONALITY
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian2II9
PEDAGOGY OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2I6
PEDAGOGY OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2I6
PEDAGOGY OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian2I6
PEDAGOGY OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2I6
PEDAGOGY OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2I6
PEDAGOGY OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian2I6
PHILOSOPHICAL HERMENEUTICS
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian2II6
PHILOSOPHICAL HERMENEUTICS
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian2II6
PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE IN THE U.S.A
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
English2II6
PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE IN THE U.S.A
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
English2II6
PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE IN THE U.S.A
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
English2II6
PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE IN THE U.S.A
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
English2II6
PHILOSOPHY OF COMMUNICATION AND INTERPRETATION
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian2I6
PHILOSOPHY OF COMMUNICATION AND INTERPRETATION
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian2I6
PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE, THEORIES OF THE MIND AND PRAGMATICS OF COMMUNICATION
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2I6
PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE, THEORIES OF THE MIND AND PRAGMATICS OF COMMUNICATION
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2I6
PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE, THEORY OF MIND AND PRAGMATIC COMMUNICATION
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian2I6
PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE, THEORY OF MIND AND PRAGMATIC COMMUNICATION
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian2I6
PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE, THEORY OF MIND AND PRAGMATIC COMMUNICATION
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2I6
PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE, THEORY OF MIND AND PRAGMATIC COMMUNICATION
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2I6
PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE, THEORY OF MIND AND PRAGMATICS OF COMMUNICATION
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2I6
PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE, THEORY OF MIND AND PRAGMATICS OF COMMUNICATION
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2I6
PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION AND ONTOLOGY
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
English2II9
PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION AND ONTOLOGY
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
English2II9
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC ETHICS
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian2II6
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC ETHICS
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian2II6
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC ETHICS
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2II6
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC ETHICS
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2II6
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC ETHICS
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2II6
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC ETHICS
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2II6
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC ETHICS
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian2II6
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC ETHICS
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian2II6
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC ETHICS
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian2II6
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC ETHICS
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian2II6
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC ETHICS
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2II6
RELIGION AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian2I9
RELIGION AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian2I9
RELIGIONS AND PHILOSOPHY OF CHINA
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2I6
RELIGIONS AND PHILOSOPHY OF CHINA
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2I6
RELIGIONS AND PHILOSOPHY OF CHINA
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2I6
RELIGIONS AND PHILOSOPHY OF CHINA
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2I6
RELIGIONS AND PHILOSOPHY OF CHINA
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2I6
RELIGIONS AND PHILOSOPHY OF CHINA
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2I6
ROMAN HISTORY
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2II6
THEORIES AND METHODS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF INDIVIDUAL FUNCTIONING,DISABILITY AND HEALTH
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian2II9
THEORIES AND METHODS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF INDIVIDUAL FUNCTIONING,DISABILITY AND HEALTH
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian2II9
THEORY OF SUBYECT AND OTHERNESS
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2I9
THEORY OF SUBYECT AND OTHERNESS
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2I9
THEORY OF SUBYECT AND OTHERNESS
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2I6
THEORY OF SUBYECT AND OTHERNESS
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2I6
TRAINING
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2whole year6
TRAINING
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2whole year6
TRAINING
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian2whole year6
TRAINING
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2whole year6
TRAINING
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian2whole year6
TRAINING
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian2whole year6
TRAINING
Curriculum: Filosofia
Italian2whole year3
TRAINING
Curriculum: World religions and philosophy
Italian2whole year3
TRAINING
Curriculum: Filosofia ed economia civile
Italian2whole year3
TRAINING
Curriculum: Didattico
Italian2whole year3
TRAINING
Curriculum: Filosofia e psicologia
Italian2whole year3
TRAINING
Curriculum: Filosofia e storia
Italian2whole year3

Free-choice training activities

UnitPeriodCFU
Group Recupero attività I e II anno
CFU (University training credits) required: Min1 - Max12
Group ATTIVITA' OPZIONALI CARATTERIZZANTI I ANNO
CFU (University training credits) required: 9
Group ATTIVITA' OPZIONALI I ANNO AFFINI
CFU (University training credits) required: 12
Group ATTIVITA' OPZIONALI II ANNO AFFINI
CFU (University training credits) required: 6
Group ATTIVITA' OPZIONALI II ANNO AFFINI
CFU (University training credits) required: 9
Group ATTIVITA' CARATTERIZZANTI II ANNO OPZIONALI
CFU (University training credits) required: 6
Group Recupero attività I e II anno
CFU (University training credits) required: Min1 - Max12
Group ATTIVITA' OPZIONALI I ANNO
CFU (University training credits) required: 6
Group ATTIVITA' AFFINI OPZIONALI II ANNO
CFU (University training credits) required: 6
Group ATTIVITA' CARATTERIZZANTI OPZIONALI I ANNO
CFU (University training credits) required: 6
Group ATTIVITA' AFFINI OPZIONALI II ANNO B
CFU (University training credits) required: 12
Group Recupero attività I e II anno
CFU (University training credits) required: Min1 - Max12
Group ATTIVITA' OPZIONALI I ANNO
CFU (University training credits) required: 9
Group ATTIVITA' OPZIONALI AFFINI II ANNO
CFU (University training credits) required: 9
Group ATTIVITA' OPZIONALI AFFINI II ANNO
CFU (University training credits) required: 6
Group ATTIVITA' CARATTERIZZANTI OPZIONALI II ANNO
CFU (University training credits) required: 6
Group Recupero attività I e II anno
CFU (University training credits) required: Min1 - Max12
Group ATTIVITA' OPZIONALI I ANNO
CFU (University training credits) required: 6
Group ATTIVITA' AFFINI OPZIONALI II ANNO
Maximum number of training activities: 1
Group ATTIVITA' CARATTERIZZANTI OPZIONALI II ANNO
CFU (University training credits) required: 6
Group ATTIVITA' AFFINI OPZIONALI I ANNO
CFU (University training credits) required: 12
Group ATTIVITA' AFFINI OPZIONALI II ANNO SECONDO GRUPPO
CFU (University training credits) required: 12
Group Recupero attività I e II anno
CFU (University training credits) required: Min1 - Max12
Group ATTIVITA' OPZIONALI CARATTERIZZANTI I ANNO
CFU (University training credits) required: 9
Group ATTIVITA' CARATTERIZZANTI DISCIPLINE CLASSICHE OPZIONALI II ANNO
CFU (University training credits) required: 6
Group ATTIVITA' OPZIONALI AFFINI II ANNO I GRUPPO
CFU (University training credits) required: 6
Group ATTIVITA' OPZIONALI AFFINI II ANNO II GRUPPO
CFU (University training credits) required: 6
Group ATTIVITA' CARATTERIZZANTI DISCIPLINE ANTROPOLOGICHE OPZIONALI II ANNO
CFU (University training credits) required: 6
Group Recupero attività I e II anno
CFU (University training credits) required: Min1 - Max12
Group ATTIVITA' OPZIONALI AFFINI I ANNO I GRUPPO
CFU (University training credits) required: 9
Group ATTIVITA' OPZIONALI AFFINI I ANNO II GRUPPO
CFU (University training credits) required: 9
Group ATTIVITA' CARATTERIZZANTI FILOSOFICHE II ANNO OPZIONALI I GRUPPO
CFU (University training credits) required: 9
Group ATTIVITA' AFFINI OPZIONALI II ANNO
CFU (University training credits) required: 9
Group ATTIVITA' CARATTERIZZANTI OPZIONALI II ANNO
CFU (University training credits) required: 6
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