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A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.
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The Master Degree in Human Rights and the Ethics of International Cooperation is the result of a teaching collaboration between the following Departments: Law; Letters an
Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere (Martin Luther King)
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world (Nelson Mandela)
The Master Degree in Human Rights and the Ethics of International Cooperation is the result of a teaching collaboration between the following Departments: Law; Letters and Philosophy; Management, Economics and Quantitative Methods, and it is strictly related to the University Research Center for International Cooperation.
This Master Degree Program seeks to provide graduates with intellectual tools and practical skills required to function in a multi-faceted and contradictory world of international cooperation. In this global context, strong inequalities between rich and poor countries persist, where institutions, the management of resources and living conditions cannot guarantee the most elementary human rights. The program deals with these problematic issues....
OBJECTIVES: To acquire a thorough knowledge of the history of literature and the culture of European and American civilizations from various viewpoints; Fluency in at lea
To acquire a thorough knowledge of the history of literature and the culture of European and American civilizations from various viewpoints
Fluency in at least one of the main languages spoken in Europe and the Americas
Expertise on at least one of the important civilizations of Europe and the Americas
The ability to use the main information technology tools.
Planning, co-ordination and cultural mediation as well as specific competence (historical and literary expertise) relating to European and Pan-American cultures and literature, as well as a good theoretical knowledge of their main features.
Education and Methodologies
Literary and Cultural Studies (with subjects taught in English)
OBJECTIVES: The acquisition of a full understanding of the history, philological study and criticism of Western art and literature; The comparative study of these traditi
The acquisition of a full understanding of the history, philological study and criticism of Western art and literature
The comparative study of these traditions from a comparative point-of-view, paying attention to the contact and interconnections between the major Western European and American cultural traditions, from classical era to present day
The synchronic and diachronic study of works that may be distant in time, space, culture and genre, using the theory and methodology of comparative studies.
The course aims to produce an adaptable professional, capable of teaching literature and of continuing literary and historical reserch and also of working in qualified posts requiring a thorough comparative understanding of the most important contemporary cultures (posts in the areas of publishing and communications, journalism, public relations, literary and specialist translation) or those requiring the knowledge of new communication theories and technologies (in the areas of archives, libraries, public arts administration, cultural centres and foundations and specialist cultural study unit, public and private, in Italy and abroad)....
The courses aims to provide students with the necessary competencies to be able to operate as an autonomous clinical psychologist.
The courses aim to provide students with the necessary competencies to be able to operate as an autonomous clinical psychologist. The course provides:
Instruction on the theories, methods, techniques, and dynamics of clinical psychology including its evolutionary and social components and epistemological foundations;
Training in the main types of clinical therapies directed towards individuals, couples, families, groups, and organizations;
Comprehensive grounding in operational tools that distinguish each type of therapy and a knowledge of the issues and ethics involved in the work of a clinical psychologist;
The ability to work in the field providing evaluations, diagnosis, preliminary overviews, and consultancy;
The ability to assess the quality and efficiency of previous evaluations of a patient;
A written and oral proficiency in English or another EU language apart from Italian.
The purpose of the Degree is to prepare a new professional psychologist who is capable of dealing not only with the personal problems of individuals, couples, and familie
The purpose of the Degree is to prepare a new professional psychologist who is capable of dealing not only with the personal problems of individuals, couples, and families but also with work-related problems, their development in enterprises, institutions, and non-profit organizations.
Aside from lectures, courses are characterized by active learning through exercises, role plays, and group work. Students will be given the tools to work in macro-social contexts, to promote a satisfactory balance between the needs of individual empowerment and business objectives, taking into account the sustainable development of business in both national and international contexts.