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A masters is awarded to students who have completed postgraduate level study in a specific field of study or area of professional practice while demonstrating a high level of mastery during the process.

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Masters In Internet Law, New Information Technologies

Campus Stellae Instituto Europeo
Online Full time Part time 6 - 12 months September 2018 Spain Santiago de Compostela + 1 more

The Master has a minimum duration of six months and maximum of one year. There is an extension option of another year, with cost ... [+]

Master of Laws in Internet and New Technologies of Information and Communication

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DURATION

Minimum 6 months and maximum 1 year. An extension option of one year, with an additional cost to the student of 200.00 €.

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ACADEMIC VALUE

The master has a 600-hour academic assessment.

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TARGET

Graduates, diploma, students in 4th and 5th grade, professional and academic Untitled related to the specialty, leading in the latter case the title of Graduate Expert.

PROGRAM

MODULE I. ORIGINS AND INTERNET BASICS. MODULE II. INFLUENCE OF NEW INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATIONS IN SPANISH LAW. MODULE III. INFLUENCE OF NEW INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATIONS IN INTERNATIONAL LAW. IV. COMPETITION LAW. MODULE IV. SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY, THE HONOR AND OWN IMAGE. MODULE V. THE PROVISION OF SERVICES IN THE INFORMATION SOCIETY: TRADE, EMPLOYMENT AND ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE. MODULE VI. TELECOMMUNICATIONS LAW. MODULE VII. LEGAL PROTECTION OF GOODWILL. ... [-]