Resolution Of 28 July 2015, Of The Autonomous University Of Barcelona, By Which Publishes The Modification Of The Curriculum Of Graduated In Law.

Original Language Title: Resolución de 28 de julio de 2015, de la Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, por la que se publica la modificación del plan de estudios de Graduado en Derecho.

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Read the untranslated law here: http://www.boe.es/buscar/doc.php?id=BOE-A-2015-9359

The curriculum of the degree or graduated in law from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona title was published by resolution of 30 October 2013 in the 'Official Gazette' of 20 November.

Modification of the curriculum approved by the Commission on academic affairs, delegate the Council of Government of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, at its session of 19 February 2014, this Chancellor, in accordance with the provisions of article 35 of the organic law 6/2001, of 21 December, on universities, in the wording given by the organic law 4/2007 12 April, amending the previous one, it has resolved to publish the curriculum leading to the degree graduate or graduate in law from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, which will be structured as shown in the annex to this resolution.

BellaTerra, 28 July 2015.-El Rector, Ferran Sancho i Pifarre.

Annex curriculum of the graduate degree in law from the Autonomous University of Barcelona code RUCT: 2500786 branch of knowledge: social science and legal overview of materials and distribution in ECTS credits: basic commodity credits training type 60 mandatory 132 electives 36 end of grade 12 240 total credits work structure of teachings: commodity credits character temporal organization basic political science.





6. basic training (social and legal sciences).





Half-yearly.






Basic administrative law (right).





6. basic training (social and legal sciences).





Half-yearly.






Basic Civil right (right).





6. basic training (social and legal sciences).





Half-yearly.






Basic international law (right).





6. basic training (social and legal sciences).





Half-yearly.






(Right) basic criminal law.





6. basic training (social and legal sciences).





Half-yearly.






Basic Roman law (law).





6. basic training (social and legal sciences).





Half-yearly.






Economy.





6. basic training (social and legal sciences).





Half-yearly.






Education.





6. basic training (social and legal sciences).





Half-yearly.






History of law and of the basic institutions (right).





6. basic training (social and legal sciences).





Half-yearly.






Theory of the Basic Law (law).





6. basic training (social and legal sciences).





Half-yearly.






End of degree work.





12 mandatory.





Annual.






Political science.





6 optional.





Half-yearly.






Ecclesiastical law.





12 optional.





Half-yearly.






Roman law.





27 optional.





Half-yearly.






Company.





6 optional.





Half-yearly.






History of law and institutions.





33 elective.





Half-yearly.






Externships.





12 optional.





Half-yearly.






Theory of law.





27 optional.





Half-yearly.






Administrative law.





39. compulsory/optional.





Half-yearly.






Civil law.





51. compulsory/optional.





Half-yearly.






Constitutional law.





39. compulsory/optional.





Half-yearly.






Labour and Social security law.





39. compulsory/optional.





Half-yearly.






Financial law and taxation.





42. compulsory/optional.





Half-yearly.






International law.





81. compulsory/optional.





Half-yearly.






Commercial law.





42. compulsory/optional.





Half-yearly.






Criminal law.





39. compulsory/optional.





Half-yearly.






Procedural law.





42. compulsory/optional.





Half-yearly.





Students can obtain the following mentions studying 30 optional credits: mention in public administrations.

Mention in international and Community law.

Mention in law and society.

Mention in company.

Mention in person and family.

Academic recognition in credits: students may earn optional credits for participation in University cultural, sports, activities of student representation, solidary and cooperation under the conditions determining the legislation and the regulations in force.