Bachelor's degree in
Law for Public Administration
The three-year degree course in “Public Administration Law” aims to train a legal operator who possesses a solid basic legal background, supported by adequate economic-business, IT and linguistic knowledge, as well as in the field of digital administration, with particular attention to protection of personal data. The necessary connection with the world of work is provided through internships and training periods during which the students will acquire the operational tools to access the work market.
At the end of the three-year course, which includes 18 exams in addition to the aforementioned internships and traineeships, graduates will be able to:
- provide legal advice in public administrations and complex organizations, including sports federations and private law entities under public control;
- be responsible and/or supportive in the management of administrative procedures;
- prepare legal documents regarding contracts, public tenders, reports, etc.;
- support the legal office of public administrators;
- network with national and local public bodies to ensure the correct carrying out of institutional practices.
General Competence acquired:
- Know and understand the elements, structure, resources, interpretation and application of the legal system and be able to interpret the sources and fundamental legal concepts of each of the different systems.
- Know and understand the mechanisms and procedures for resolving legal disputes, as well as the legal position of individuals in their relations with administrative bodies and with the public authorities in general.
- Know and understand how to apply the sources’ priority criteria so as to determine the applicable rules in each case, especially criteria related to compliance with constitutional rules, principles and values.
- Interpret legal texts from an interdisciplinary perspective using legal principles and social, ethical and deontological values and principles as analytical tools.
- Deliver convincing legal arguments on theoretical questions concerning various legal matters.
- Solve case studies in accordance with current statutory law, which implies the prior preparation of material, the identification of problematic issues, the selection and interpretation of the applicable law and a reasoned explanation for those choices.
- Manage the legal language and terminology of the different branches of the law with skill and precision: Draft legal documents in an orderly and understandable manner. Communicate ideas, arguments and legal reasoning both orally and in writing using the appropriate records in each context.
- Use information and communication technologies to search for and obtain legal information (legislation and jurisprudence databases, bibliographies, etc.), and as tools for work and communication.
As a further opportunity, graduates can access the Master’s Degree in Law or complete their preparation by attending Specialization Schools, Level II Masters and specialization courses.
Course Coordinator: Prof. Patrizia Guida