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Master's Degree in Advanced Studies of Public Administration and Public Law

STRUCTURE PROFESSIONAL MODE

YEAR COMPULSORY
SUBJECTS
OPTIONAL
SUBJECTS
EXTERNAL
PRACTICALS
COURSE
PROJECT
TOTALS

1st

36

6

6

12

60

TOTALS

36

6

6

12

60

FIRST YEAR: Compulsory subjects

CODE  SUBJECT CREDITS
15645101 State Theory and Legal Thought

3

15645102 Historical and Legal Analysis of the Public Administration

3

15645103 Political Institutions and Constitucional Justice

3

15645104 Current Issues of Political Science

3

15645105 Administrative Organization and Activity 3
15645106 European Union Law and Policy 3
15645107 Public Procurement and Management of Public Services 3
15645108 Civil Service Law 3
15645109 Public Policies: Development, Analysis and Evaluation 3
15645110 Public Economics 3
15645111 Financial Law 3
15645112 Sociology of Public Administrations 3
15645115 Work Placement 6
15645301 Final Master's Project 12
  Optional Subjects 6

OPTIONAL SUBJECTS:

In this section you will find the list of all the optional subjects on the curriculum. Before you select the subjects you wish to register for, please make sure that they have been activated.

CODE SUBJECT CREDITS
15645201

Organizational Communication and Marketing of the Public Administrations

3

15645202

Electoral Law

3

15645203

Urban Law and Management

3

15645204

Economic Regulation, Instrumental Entities and Public Companies

3

15645205

Administrative and Social Law

3
15645113 Public Integrity 3
15645207 Legal Analysis of Prevention and Safety 3
15645210 Managerial Skills and Organizational Competencies 3
15645211 Electronic Administration 3
15645212 Advanced Administrative Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution 3
15645213 Administrative Liabilities and Risks Management 3
15645214 Environmental Law 3

 BRIDGING COURSES:(*)

CODE SUBJECT CREDITS
12645215 Introduction to Public Law and to the Spanish Legal System 3

(*)After checking the candidate’s transcript, the body responsible for admission can decide that the student must attend and satisfactorily complete some of the subjects that are programmed as bridging courses.

STRUCTURE RESEARCH MODE

YEAR

COMPULSORY
SUBJECTS

OPTIONAL
SUBJECTS

COURSE
PROJECT

TOTALS

1st

42

6

12

60

TOTALS

42

6

12

60

FIRST YEAR: Compulsory subjects

CODE

 SUBJECT

CREDITS

15645101

State Theory and Legal Thought

3

15645102

Historical and Legal Analysis of the Public Administration

3

15645103 Political Institutions and Constitucional Justice

3

15645104 Current Issues of Political Science

3

15645105

Administrative Organization and Activity

3

15645106 European Union Law and Policy 3

15645107

Public Procurement and Management of Public Services

3

15645108

Civil Service Law

3

15645109 Public Policies: Development, Analysis and Evaluation 3

15645110

Public Economics

3

15645111

Financial Law

3

15645112

Sociology of Public Administrations

3

15645113

Public Integrity

3

15645114

Legal Research Methodology

3

15645301

Final Master's Project

12

 

Optional Subjects

6

OPTIONAL SUBJECTS:

In this section you will find the list of all the optional subjects on the curriculum. Before you select the subjects you wish to register for, please make sure that they have been activated.

CODE

SUBJECT

CREDITS

15645201

Organizational Communication and Marketing of the Public Administrations

3

15645202

Electoral Law

3

15645203

Urban Law and Management

3

15645204

Economic Regulation, Instrumental Entities and Public Companies

3

15645205

Administrative and Social Law

3

15645207

Legal Analysis of Prevention and Safety

3

15645210

Managerial Skills and Organizational Competencies

3

15645211

Electronic Administration

3

15645212 Advanced Administrative Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution 3
15645213 Administrative Liabilities and Risks Management 3
15645214 Environmental Law 3

BRIDGING COURSES:(*)

CODE SUBJECT CREDITS
12645215 Introduction to Public Law and to the Spanish Legal System 3

(*)After checking the candidate’s transcript, the body responsible for admission can decide that the student must attend and satisfactorily complete some of the subjects that are programmed as bridging courses.