Society and Culture / Bachelor's degree programme
Legal Services in Business and Public Administration

General information for the a.y. 2022-2023

Disciplinary areaSociety and Culture
Duration 3 years - 180 Credits
Admission Accesso Libero No limited access
Language Partially taught in English (3 courses)
Teaching method Offered through distance learning (blended course)
Regulation Main Teaching Regulations

Presentation

The degree programme in Legal Services in Business and Public Administration is aimed at responding to the current demand both in the public and private sectors to combine a solid legal preparation with the ability to understand and apply existing regulations in specific and specialised areas. The Programme is provided in mixed mode, i.e. classroom lectures are integrated with remote learning provided via the Internet. All classes, both in face-to-face and remote mode, are video-recorded and made available to students on the dedicated Web platform, which allows students to interact with professors in different ways. Students will be offered a dedicated online tutoring service.

Course content

The Degree Programme is divided into two main training areas. The first two years are common to all students and focus on learning a basic knowledge of law and the fundamentals and mechanisms that are distinctive of the main law sectors, sided by the practice of the English language and legal information technology. The second part has the duration of one year and offers three different study routes, each designed to provide an in-depth training of three areas of specialisation and aimed at creating different types of professionals: corporate lawyer, labour consultant and professionals dealing with justice, public services and administration.

Career options

At the end of the programme, students graduate with a set of legal knowledge that may be flexibly adapted to several instances; as legal experts, they may be employed both in private companies and public administrations, including Municipalities, Regions, Courts and Prosecutors' offices, INAIL, INPS, Local Health Authorities, Hospitals, Revenue Agency or Labour Inspectorates. In addition, further job opportunities are in the fields of labour consulting, trade unions, professional associations, banks, and insurance companies. Those wishing to continue their studies should refer to the Further studies section.

List of single courses taught in English

- European and international criminal Law [ credits: 6]
- Insolvency Law [ credits: 6]
- Law and Religion [ credits: 6]

More information

Course Director
prof. Alessandro Valerio Guccione
e-mail alessandro.guccione@unimore.it
Tutor
prof.ssa Maria Cristina Santini, Provvedimenti studenti: prof. Guido Corapi
e-mail mariacristina.santini@unimore.it, guido.corapi@unimore.it

The course is managed by the Department of Law