Course Regulations

The Didactic Regulations of the Course of Study 'specify the organizational aspects of the course of study,' in compliance with the norms contained in the Regulations.

The purpose of the Study Course Regulations is to ensure that students have access to organizational information, which is always clear, transparent and comprehensive, continuously and constantly updated, to enable the best conduct of their course of study.

In particular, the Regulations contain:

  • the list of teachings, indicating the scientific-disciplinary fields of reference and the possible articulation into modules, as well as other educational activities;
  • the specific educational objectives, credits and any propaedeuticity of each teaching and any other educational activity;
  • the curricula offered to students and the rules for the submission, where necessary, of individual study plans;
  • the type of didactic forms, including distance learning, examinations and other verification of students' profit;
  • the provisions on attendance requirements, if any.