cod. 1008324

Academic year 2023/24
2° year of course - First semester
Academic discipline
Diritto amministrativo (IUS/10)
"discipline economiche, sociali, giuridiche per l'architettura e l'urbanistica"
Type of training activity
40 hours
of face-to-face activities
4 credits
hub: PARMA
course unit

Learning objectives

To acquire knowledge and understanding of the course subjects

At the end of the course, students will have a good knowledge of planning
law and public contracts law
At the end of the course the student will be able to orient themselves independently and interact in the
world of law, especially in matters concerning planning law and public procurement law.


Course unit content

General principles of law (private and administrative law)

Planning law

Public contracts

Full programme


• General principles of private law and administrative law

• Planning law:

· Principles of planning law
· Urban planning rules
· Approval Procedures
· Planning Instruments and Contents
· Sustainable urban planning
Urban Re-cycle

• Public contracts:

·Public contracts in the Italian Legal System
· Definitions and principles
· Public Tender Process
· Types of Procedures
· Electronic and Aggregated Procurement
· Competitive Dialogue
· Innovation Partnership
· Subcontracting
· Concession and project financing
· Green Public Procurement


- Slides of the lectures, notes, and teaching materials

- Directives no. 2014/23, 2014/24 and 2014/25 (only the articles mentioned in the slides)

- Regional legislation concerning the protection and use of the territory

Slides of the lectures, teaching materials, the mentioned Directives and laws will be available on Elly’s Platform

Teaching methods

Lessons will be held in the lecture hall

First stage
At the beginning of the course, we will proceed with an analysis of some basic concepts concerning private and administrative law, concepts of interest to the technical professions (traditional lectures).

Second stage
Then students, divided into groups, will be invited to study and present the main topics of the course to the class, using slides and reports. Students will be expected to learn and acquire the contents taken from the materials provided by the Professor in an interactive way (that is, through cooperative learning and learning by doing).

Third stage
Lastly, still working in groups, students will study some legal systems relative to the different countries that they will choose to visit virtually. Each group will then have to submit one or more report.
After the second stage, and at the end of the course, students will be invited to discuss their projects with some stakeholders.

Assessment methods and criteria

Oral exam.

• Attending students:
- 40% of the score will depend on the oral exam concerning traditional lectures;
- 50 % of the final score will be based on the results of the work carried out in the second and third stages of the course,
- 10% of the final score will be based on on the level of participation, commitment and cooperation shown during the lessons.
• Non-attending students:
a traditional oral examination which will be based on the materials provided by the Professor

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