INTERNAL TRANSFER FROM A CURRENT OR INACTIVE BACHELOR’S PROGRAM

Intra-departmental transfers from one of the programs offered to another (i.e. towards the single-cycle Master’s in Law, three-year Bachelor’s in Legal Services Sciences, or Bachelor’s in Law on prevention and safety) are subject solely to sufficiency of CFUs, without other evaluation of their academic career.

Students still registered in the three-year Bachelor’s program in Legal sciences or the four-year Bachelor’s in Law, which are no longer in operation, may transfer to one of the current degree programs and obtain recognition of their completed exams. Students already in possession of one of the above degrees may register for the single-cycle Master’s degree in Law by requesting recognition of their completed exams.

For these cases, the following lists the exams valid for conversion and their value in CFUs:

  • Constitutional law 10
  • Political economy / Public finance 9
  • Institutions of private law I 9
  • Institutions of Roman law 9
  • Public finance 9 History of Italian law 9
  • Canon law 3
  • General procedural law 6
  • Comparative legal systems 6 or 9
  • Comparative history of public administrations 6 (corresponds to Constitutional history in the current three-year bachelor’s programs, of 3 CFUs, meaning that the student can use the remaining value of 3 CFUs for credit with respect to another course)
  • History of Roman law 6
  • Commercial law 9 or 15
  • Labour law 9
  • European Union law 9
  • International law Philosophy of law Institutions of private law II 9 (corresponds to Law of contracts and other legal transactions, in the current three-year bachelor’s programs)
  • General theory of Law 9 Administrative law (two-year course) 18 (the student can use 9 credits for the current Administrative law course and 6 for credit in another course)
  • Civil law 6
  • Criminal Law (two-year course) 15 18 (the student can use 9 credits for the current Administrative law course and 6 for credit in another course)
  • Civil procedural law (introductory course) 9
  • Criminal procedure 9 or 15
  • Criminology 6
  • Banking law 3
  • Criminal enforcement law 6
  • Ecclesiastic law 6
  • Bankruptcy law 6
  • Industrial law 6
  • Commercial criminal law 6
  • International commercial law 6 (corresponds to Comparative private law, in the current three-year bachelor’s programs)
  • Comparative civil procedure law 6
  • Comparative public law 6 or 9
  • Regional law 6
  • Roman law 6
  • Tax law 6
  • Urban and environmental law 6
  • International organisations 6
  • History of modern and contemporary law 6
  • History of Roman law 6
Students registered in the current single-cycle master’s of Law or three-year Bachelor’s degree in Legal Services Sciences, who intend to transfer to the new Bachelor’s in Prevention and safety

Students registered in the current single-cycle master’s of Law or three-year Bachelor’s degree in Legal Services Sciences, who intend to transfer to the new Bachelor’s in Prevention and safety, are subject to the following rules concerning examinations already completed:

  • Concerning conversion of credits between courses, if a completed examination is assigned a value that is less by only one or two CFUs then it is valid in place of the new course; if the difference is greater than 2 CFUs, the student must complete supplementary work or exams in agreement with the professor responsible for the relevant educational material;
  • If the completed exam is not noted in the lists below, regardless of whether it was taken in the program of the single-cycle Master’s in Law or the Bachelor’s in Legal Services Sciences, then it is valid for registration in the new Bachelor of Law in prevention and security (since the name of the course is the same and the CFUs of any exam taken are equal or greater).

Year 1

For the new course on Institutions of private law (9 CFUs), the following courses have equal validity:

  • Institutions of Private Law I (9 CFUs) in the single-cycle Master’s of Law program;
  • Institutions of Private Law (9 CFUs) in the Bachelor’s in Legal Services Sciences.

Year 2

For the new course on Labour law and workplace safety (9 CFUs):

  • Completion of either the examination on Labour law (12 CFUs) in the single-cycle Master’s in Law or the three-year bachelor’s course on Labour market and contracts law (9 CFUs) is valid for nine CFUs.

For the new course on Criminal Law (15 CFUs):

  • Completion of Criminal law 1 and Criminal law 2 (total of 15 CFUs) in the single-cycle Master’s of Law program is valid for 15 CFUs.
  • Completion of only Criminal Law 1 in the single-cycle Master’s program in Law, or the Criminal law course in the three-year Bachelor’s in Legal Services Sciences is valid for only nine CFUs, meaning that the student must complete education for a further six CFUs.

For the new course on Elements of criminal procedure and criminal evidence law (12 CFUs):

  • Completion of Criminal Procedure 1 and Criminal procedure 2 (total of 15 CFUs) in the single-cycle Master’s program in Law program is valid for 12 CFUs.
  • Completion of only Criminal Procedure in the single-cycle Master’s in Law, or Criminal procedure in the three-year Bachelor’s in Legal sciences services (9 CFUs) is valid for only 9 CFU, therefore the student must complete education for an additional 3 CFUs.

For the new course on Environmental law and territorial governance (6 CFUs), the following courses have equal validity:

Urban and environmental Law (6 CFUs) and Urban planning law (6 CFUs) of the single-cycle Master’s program in Law and the bachelor program in Legal Services Sciences.

Note that this list refers to the subjects taught in the first and second year of the new Bachelor’s program in Prevention and Safety, i.e. the two years that will be activated in the academic year 2020-2021. The possible recognition of credits linked to the programs of the 3rd year will be decided later.

For students still registered in the former bachelor’s program in Legal sciences

For students still registered in the former bachelor’s program in Legal sciences or who have obtained that degree, and intend to continue their studies for the single-cycle Master’s of Law, the following rules apply with respect to examinations already passed:

  • The former subject of choice is recognised as the subject of choice for purposes of the new degree program.
  • Completion of both the former Basic informatics and Legal informatics allows recognition of full completion of the current Legal informatics and logic; in the case of completing only the Basic informatics exam, the course content for Legal informatics and logic will be reduced accordingly.
  • The former Comparative legal systems and Comparative public law are recognised for 9 credits, without supplementary examination.
  • Comparative legal systems and comparative public law are recognised for 9 credits, without supplementary examination; the 3 missing credits for Labour law and 4 missing credits for International law must be supplemented by passing a special examination on a syllabus determined by the lecturers, except in the case of a corresponding course of lectures.
  • Comparative legal systems and comparative public law are recognised for 9 credits, without supplementary examination; the 3 missing credits for Labour law and 4 missing credits for International law must be supplemented by passing a special examination on a syllabus determined by the lecturers, except in the case of a corresponding course of lectures.
  • The former Commercial law, Administrative law, Criminal law, Civil procedure and Criminal procedure are recognised as the first part of the current respective courses.
  • the former Basic English language examination is recognised as the current English language course, without supplementary examination.