Politics: Philosophy and Economics

Immagine
I corsi di laurea e di laurea magistrale in Luiss.

I - Anno accademico (2021-2022)

Codice Insegnamento SSD Crediti Docente
AN2 CONTEMPORARY HISTORY M-STO/04 8
T057 LAB OF COMPUTER SKILLS INF/01 2
AT6 MICROECONOMICS SECS-P/01 8
AN6 SOCIOLOGY SPS/07 8
AN1 STATISTICS SECS-S/01 8
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AN7 BEHAVIOURAL ECONOMICS AND PSYCHOLOGY SECS-P/01 8
AN3 HISTORY OF POLITICAL THOUGHT (DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE) SPS/02 8
AN4 POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY SPS/01 8
AN5 PUBLIC LAW IUS/09 8
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AN8 ACADEMIC ENGLISH L-LIN/12 8
  • TBA

II - Anno accademico (2022-2023)

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T009 INTERNATIONAL LAW IUS/13 8
  • TBA
T008 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS SPS/04 8
  • TBA
T006 POLITICAL SCIENCE SPS/04 8
  • TBA
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T007 EUROPEAN UNION LAW IUS/14 8
  • TBA
T004 MACROECONOMICS SECS-P/01 8
  • TBA
T022 METHODS OF SOCIAL RESEARCH SPS/07 8
  • TBA

III - Anno accademico (2023-2024)

Codice Insegnamento SSD Crediti Docente
T011 HISTORY OF POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS SPS/03 6
  • TBA
T010 POLITICAL ECONOMY OF DEVELOPMENT SECS-P/02 6
  • TBA
T020 POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY SPS/11 6
  • TBA

     

Ulteriori crediti Crediti
A scelta dello studente 18
Per la prova finale 4
Per la conoscenza di almeno una lingua straniera 8
Abilità informatiche e telematiche 2
Altre conoscenze utili per l'inserimento nel mondo del lavoro 10
Totale n. crediti 180

Elective courses (18 credits)
At the end of second semester of second year student must compile study plans online through Web Self Service and choose three elective courses in order to complete the 18 compulsory credits into the study plan.
Elective courses

Politics, Philosophy and Economics
First mandatory language: Academic English (8 credits)
Course length: 1 or 2 semesters. Course commencement: 1st semester of the first year. Students with a level equal or above C1.1 will start attending in the 2nd semester of the first year.

Second Mandatory Language (8 credits)
Course length: 5 semesters. Course commencement: 2nd semester of the first year. Students are required to select the second mandatory language through Web Self Service during the first semester.
University language Center

Political Science
First mandatory language: English (8 credits) Course length: 5 or 6 semesters. Course commencement: 1st semester of the first year. Students with a level equal or above C1.1 will start attending in the 2nd semester of the first year.

Second Mandatory Language (8 credits)
Course length: 5 semesters. Course commencement: 2nd semester of the first year. Students are required to select the second mandatory language through Web Self Service during the first semester.
University language Center

Final Thesis
The final exam for the bachelor’s degree program consists in a evaluation of a dissertation written in Italian or English, depending on the degree program. The dissertation may be on a topic pertaining to a subject that the student has passed an exam on. It should be noted that bachelor's degree students no have to defend their final paper.
Informazioni sulla Prova Finale

ActivitiesCourseAttendanceCourse ContentsAssessment method

Academic writing workshopCompulsory course for all students enrolled in the II semester of the II year of the bachelor's degree program, course finishes in the I semester of the III yearThe course fulfills requirements for the final research paper, and students are required to attend and pass the Workshop in order to graduate.
It equips students with the theoretical knowledge and practical competence necessary to produce formal writing that is clear and well-organized, concise, as well as grammatically and orthographically accurate.
This competence is developed by engaging in activities which enable students to produce the kind of writing which is indispensable for the final research paper.Students must attend regularly (at least 70% of the total contact hours) and produce the required number of written assignments. The workshop teacher can evaluate students' participation in a variety of ways including exercises, written work, class participation, a test or final in-class writing.
Laboratory of data analysis for economics and political sciences (6 CFU sui 10 CFU previsti per le "Altre conoscenze utili per l'inserimento nel mondo del lavoro")Compulsory annual course for all students enrolled in the second year of the bachelor's degree programCompetences in data collecting and processing represent a vital toolkit that is an integral part of a full professional profile.
Therefore it is suitable for both public administration and corporations which now, more than ever, need to make decisions based on objective, relevant and timely data in order to be competitive and efficient.
Students attending the laboratory will learn how to gather data of interest in terms of both the topic – political, economic or social – and territorial planning – national or international. In addition, they will be able to process them and use the findings.Students must attend at least 70% of classes and produce a brief report on data analysis, suggested by the instructor or by the students themselves.
Lab of computer skills (2 CFU)Compulsory course for all students enrolled in the first year of the bachelor's degree program. First semester - First yearThe course provides the basics of the working principles of modern digital technologies.
Objectives of the class: understanding the concepts of data, information and coding; understanding the combination of hardware and software components, that makes up modern digital devices especially those used in business; understanding the main aspects of modern communication networks, the architecture of the web, and the features of the cloud computing; understanding the concept of software application as solution of specific problems; understanding the concepts of algorithm and computer program; understanding the basic concept of database and the potential of BigData analysis as a tool for decision support; understanding information security key concepts; being aware of the perils arising from the use of malicious software and the exposure of corporate and/or personal sensitive information.
In order to take the final exam and receive credits, students must have completed the following New ECDL modules: Word Processing, Spreadsheets, Presentation.The competences are assessed either via oral or written (on the basis on the number of students) format.
Elements of mathematical analysisCompulsory course for all students enrolled in the first year of the bachelor's degree program. First semester - First yearObjectives of the class: Acquire the main basic elements of mathematics for the benefit of learning the disciplines that use them such as Statistics, Economics and others. Allow, with a limited commitment and minimal use of formalisms, an understanding of the main mathematical analysis tools even for those who have not had the opportunity to learn them previously, thus reducing the differences in preparation between students from different types of pre-university study.Written test based on learning verification exercises.