CLASS SCHEDULE

Lectures are distributed in two semesters consisting of 12 teaching weeks each. The class schedule is designed to rationalize the use of time, in order to equitably favor teaching agenda and distribute the workload.

Classes are exclusively held in the morning hours, with the exception of elective courses which take place in the afternoon, always respecting a break from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. that can also be employed for additional activities or personal study.

Lessons last 45 minutes each as to maximize the attention and learning span. Teaching consists mainly of lectures, together with practical activities and seminars, accompanied by numerous other educational activities, both curricular and extra-curricular activities, which enrich the human and professional training that the European University of Rome wants to provide its students with.

Please check the academic calendar, lectures & exams (only available in Italian).

EDUCATIONAL GOALS AND CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

The Master of Science in Psychology prepares you to perform your professional skills and provides you with specific knowledge on your field of interest, according to two curricula:

Clinical and Community Psychology – You will compare the theories and tools that allow you to analyze, diagnose and intervene in the field of psychological and relational problems at individual, family and group level. As a Clinical Psychologist you can set training, prevention, promotion of health and wellness, diagnosis, counseling and rehabilitation activities.

Psychology of Work and Organizations – You will learn to apply the theories and tools of psychology to business and the business environment to promote organizational health, effective communication, conflict management and organizational change. As a Labour Psychologist you can analyse and intervene in the workplace in order to promote the welfare of the workers and the optimal functioning of the organization.

The course allows you to acquire language and computer skills that will enable you to carry out professional activities, with complete mastery of modern technology.

The Master of Science in Psychology allows direct access to the working world and to enroll in the Chart of Psychologists, after passing a State Exam.

Class schedule

Lectures are distributed in two semesters consisting of 12 teaching weeks each. The class schedule is designed to rationalize the use of time, in order to equitably favor teaching agenda and distribute the workload.

Classes are exclusively held in the morning hours, with the exception of elective courses which take place in the afternoon, always respecting a break from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. that can also be employed for additional activities or personal study.

Lessons last 45 minutes each as to maximize the attention and learning span. Teaching consists mainly of lectures, together with practical activities and seminars, accompanied by numerous other educational activities, both curricular and extra-curricular activities, which enrich the human and professional training that the European University of Rome wants to provide its students with.

Please check the academic calendar, lectures & exams (only available in Italian).

EDUCATIONAL GOALS AND CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

The Bachelor’s Degree in Science and Psychological Techniques is the first step of the training process of a psychologist: introducing to the scientific study of the person, behavior and mind, in order to obtein certain knowledge of the individual in his family, social and labour context. You will develop a solid and broad cultural basis on which you will acquire your first skills of psychological techniques of investigation and intervention.

Internship opportunities and practical situations, offered already during the second and third year of the Bachelor’s Degree, will allow you to enter into the profession from the start and develop a critical understanding of what you have learned, in order to actively build your professionalism.

You can also tailor your curriculum according to your interest and your aspirations: from the second year you can opt for the curriculum Work and Organisational Psychology or for Clinical and Community Psychology,so as to choose the exams that more interest you.

The Bachelor’s Degree in Psychological Sciences and Techniques allows you to directly access the working world with the registration in the Chart of Junior Psychologists and to strengthen your knowledge and skills through direct access to Masters’ Degrees.

EUROPEAN LEGAL STUDIES MAGAZINE

The “European civilization” magazine was meant to be interdisciplinary (attached below are the indexes of the four edited files). Consequently, it was taken over and renamed as “European Legal Studies”. In order to avoid scattering of knowledge, which can lead to the detriment of the scientific nature of the publication, the journal editorial now focuses only on legal sciences, although intends to be open to all contemporary societal problems in a broader perspective.

Particular attention is paid to civil law, history of law, criminal law and constitutional law (disciplines which belong to a reasonable number of scientific areas). These fields are approached from an international and, particularly, European perspective, in order to highlight patterns and common roots in laws, values and principles, intending this way to construct unitary lines of development. Giuseppe Valditara coordinates the directive committee, which also includes Alberto Gambino, Antonio Palma, Mauro Ronco and Filippo Vari, each consistently presiding over one of the four main areas mentioned above and ensuring, through the use of anonymous referee system, a strict control over the quality of each contribution. Remarkably prominent is the scientific committee, also composed of presidents of the Constitutional Court, together with leading figures of foreign academies. The editorial board follows a strict efficiency criteria. Below you will find attached the indices of the first two installments already published.

Please note that the files here displayed are only available in Italian

The Ethical Code is available as annex

Below are given the indexes of back issues of the magazine “European Legal Studies”:

  • 2013
  • 2011-2012
  • 2010
  • 2009-1
  • 2009-2
  • 2008-Single Volume