Teaching

Political Sciences and International Relations (L-36)


The aim of the Bachelor's Degree in Political sciences and international relations (L-36) is to train professional figures able to operate within a particula complex and globalized political-institutional, social and cultural context.

The learning pathway merges the interdisciplinary nature typical of the degree class with teaching methods that combine theoretical and experiential training. Furthermore, the course aims at the development of soft skills (team work, problem solving, leadership, communication skills, etc.), increasingly important in the world of work.

The teaching approach is inspired by the learning by doing principle, and provides opportunities for in-depth study - seminars, workshops, laboratories - with experts in the field (representatives of the institutions, journalists, data strategists, analysts, etc.), as well as internships and stage at institutions, organizations and companies.


Modality of attendance 

The educational activities are presential, however students who meet certain requirements may also participate in live streaming, wherever they are, interacting live with the classroom.


LEARNING PATHWAYS

Political and Social Sciences

 

The "Political and Social Sciences" learning pathway (provided in italian), adopts a bottom-up logic, and thus looks at the complex network of relationship between society, politics and institutions from the perspective of the citizen. The educational activities provided are highly inter-disciplinary and mainly related to the historical, political, social, economic, statistical, juridical sphere, with specific attention to the processes of political participation, to the international economic dynamics, to the social effects of public policies.

Career opportunities

The graduates in Political Sciences and International Relations - Political and Social Sciences learning patway - may pursue a career at:

  • national and international institution 
  • international organizations
  • local and national publica administrations
  • political parties, trade unions, representative organizations (lobbying, public affairs, institutional relations)
  • national and international NGO
  • profit-oriented companies and associations/foundations of the third sector
  • news media and communication agencies
  • charities
  • think tank and research institutes 

Subject

CFU

SSD

Computer and telematics skills

3

 

Political Economy

9

SECS-P/01

FFundamentals of Law

6

IUS/01

Fundamentals of Public Law

9

IUS/09

General Sociology

6

SPS/07

Statistics

9

SECS-S/01

Contemporary History

9

M-STO/04

History of Political Doctrines

6

SPS/02

Total I Year

57

Subject

CFU

SSD

International Law and European Union Law

9

IUS/14

Political Philosophy

6

SPS/01

Political and Economic Geography

6

M-GGR/02

Media and Politics

9

SPS/08

Economic Policy

9

SECS-P/02

Political Science

9

SPS/04

History of Public Institutions

6

SPS/03

History of International Relations

9

SPS/06

Total II Year

63

Subject

CFU

SSD

International Economy

6

SECS-P/01

English

9

L-LIN/12

International Relations

9

SPS/04

Political Sociology

6

SPS/11

Second Language

6

 

Optional Subject

12

 

Further knowledge for the transition into the labour market

3

 

Internships

3

 

Final Dissertation

6

 

Total III Year

60

Total

180

 


International politics and government

The International politics and government learning pathway (provided in english), adopts a top-down logic, and thus looks at the transformation of the systems of international relations assuming the perspective of the political-institutional actors governing them. The educational activities provided are highly inter-disciplinary and mainly related to the historical, political, social, economic, statistical, juridical sphere, with specific attention to the management of public organizations, to the image promotion strategies, and the management of crisis situations.

Career opportunities

The graduates in Political Sciences and International Relations - International politics and government learning patway - may pursue a career at:

  • national and international institution 
  • international organizations
  • local and national publica administrations
  • political parties, trade unions, representative organizations (lobbying, public affairs, institutional relations)
  • national and international NGO
  • profit-oriented companies and associations/foundations of the third sector
  • news media and communication agencies
  • charities
  • think tank and research institutes

Subject

CFU

SSD

Contemporary history

9

M-STO/04

Economics

9

SECS-P/01

Fundamentals of law

6

IUS/01

History of ideologies

6

SPS/02

Public law

9

IUS/09

Sociology

6

SPS/07

Statistics

9

SECS-S/01

IT skills

3

 

Total I Year

57

Subject

CFU

SSD

Economic policy

9

SECS-P/02

History of international relations

9

SPS/06

International and EU law

9

IUS/14

Management theory of private and public firms

6

SECS-P/08

Media and politics

9

SPS/08

Political and economic geography

6

M-GGR/02

Political science

9

SPS/04

Social psychology

6

M-PSI/05

Total II Year

63

Subject

CFU

SSD

Crisis management

6

SPS/04

English

9

L-LIN/12

Global marketing

6

SECS-P/08

International relations

9

SPS/04

Second mandatory language

6

 

Elective modules

12

 

Other skills

3

 

Stage

3

 

Final dissertation

6

 

Total III Year

60

Total

180

 

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