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Course Offer

The following list of courses (file “Course offer”, at the bottom of the page) is a support to Incoming Students coming to our School to help them compose their Learning Agreement (LA).

Italian students at our university receive credits for so called “insegnamenti” (courses). These courses can be composed of one, two or more “moduli” (modules), which are separate courses with their own exams. The grades obtained in modules make up an average which is then registered as a total grade for the whole course. Modules are identified by the final letter “M” in the course code.
Therefore all modules have two code numbers: one is the code of the single module (ending in “M”), the other is the code of the whole course (“insegnamento”, code not ending in “M”)

The first letter of the course code always indicates if the course is a BA course (starting with “E”) or an MA course (starting with “F”). Erasmus students can choose courses freely, from any degree and any year.

In the first column of the list you will see the title of the module, in the next column the corresponding code number (ending in “M”). Column 3 indicates which courses are taught directly in English (all courses in English are modules which can also be chosen separately by Erasmus students). Column 4 contains the credits for each module. In column 5 you will find the title of the “insegnamento” (full course) to which the module in question belongs. In column 6 you will find the code number of the full course and in column 7 the amount of credits of the full course.

Italian students cannot choose modules separately, for them there are no credits for single modules. For Erasmus students, however, there is a special arrangement. We have a list of about 70 modules which Erasmus students can also choose separately. These modules in our list “Course offer” are coloured in yellow. If you choose one of these modules in yellow, for your LA you have to indicate the module-code (ending in “M”).

If you compare the credit points in column 7 with the credits in column 4 you will be able to see which courses are composed of more than one module. If the course only has one module, you can always choose it for your LA. In this case you indicate the code-number of insegnamento for your LA (not ending in “M”). These courses in our list (with just one module) are coloured in red.

If, however, the credits of the full course and of the single module are not the same, and the course is therefore composed of more than one module, you have to check if that particular module can be chosen separately (if it is in yellow). If not you have to take the full course (insegnamento), that is all the modules of the course. In this case you have to use for your LA the code-number for the whole insegnamento (not ending in “M”) for your LA.

If you choose to take a full course composed of two or more modules, in your final Transcript of Records you will find only the title of the full course with the total average grade obtained and the credits of the full course (i.e. the titles of the modules will not appear).

When a module has two or more teachers, it means that it is attended by so many students that it needs to be divided into two groups. In this case groups are divided alphabetically according to the students family names (from A-Lh and from Li-Z). In column 9 you will then see the names of two or more different teachers, one for each group. Generally the two groups will have different timetables.

For any assistance with the composition of your LA, please feel free to contact us!