Study plan Bachelor's Degree in Law

Study guides

Timetables

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Exámenes: Programación exámenes

Table of credits for each course

  Basic training Compulsory Optional Bachelor's Degree Final Project
1st year 48 12    
2nd year 12 48    
3rd year   60    
4th year   12 36 12
Total 60 132 36 12

Period of study

Six-monthly

Part-time or full-time

Full-time dedication. Part-time option available. (slow track).

Specialisations

Specialisation in Public Administration
Specialisation in Business
Specialisation in EU and International Law
Specialisation in the Individual and the Family
Specialisation in Law and Society

Basic and compulsory training

First year Second year
  • Law Theory
  • History of Law and Institutions
  • Roman Law
  • Introduction to Economics
  • Study Tools
  • Civil Law I
  • Constitutional Organisation of the State
  • Constitutional Law I
  • Criminal Law I
  • Criminal Law II
  • Civil Law II
  • Civil Law III
  • Criminal Law III
  • Administrative Law I
  • Administrative Law II
  • European Union Law
  • Public International Law
  • Commercial Law I
  • Constitutional Law II
Third year Fourth year
  • Commercial Law II
  • Civil Law IV
  • Finance Law and Tax Law I
  • Finance Law and Tax Law II
  • Procedural Law I
  • Procedural Law II
  • Employment and Social Security Law I
  • Employment and Social Security Law II
  • Administrative Law III
  • Private International Law
  • International Protection of Human Rights
  • Bachelor's Degree Final Project

Optional subjects

4th year:  
- Work Placement (12 credits)
- Autonomous Communities, Local Authorities and European Union (6 credits)
- Law of Regulated Sectors: Telecommunications and Energy (6 credits)
- Procedural Labour Law (6 credits)
- Law and Technology (6 credits)
- Introduction to Political Science (6 credits)
- Peace Maintenance and European Defence Policies (6 credits)
- Criminal Law on Risk and High-Technology Crime (6 credits)
- History of Law and Institutions of Catalonia (6 credits)
- Introduction to Criminology (6 credits)
- Transport Law (6 credits.)
- Law on Minors (6 credits.)
- International Taxation (6 credits.)
- Law as Depicted in Films (6 credits.)

 
- Seminar on Criminal Law Issues (3 credits)
- Seminar on Administrative Law Issues (3 credits)
- Seminar on Civil Law Issues (3 credits)
- Seminar on Civil (Roman) Law Issues (3 credits)
- Seminar on Issues in the History of Law and Institutions (3 credits)
- Seminar on Issues in Legal Theory and Philosophy of Law (3 credits)
- Seminar on Constitutional Law Issues (3 credits)
- Seminar on Private International Law Issues (3 credits)
- Seminar on Public International Law Issues (3 credits)
- Seminar on Commercial Law Issues (3 credits)
- Seminar on Labour and Social Security Law Issues (3 credits)
- Seminar on Procedural Law Issues (3 credits)
- Seminar on Financial and Tax Law Issues (3 credits)

In order to obtain a specialisation at least 30 credits (five subjects) must be taken for each pathway:

Specialisation in Public Administration Specialisation in Business
Local Law
Planning Law 
Catalan Political Institutions
Civil Service Criminal Law
Environmental Law
Legal Regime of Industrial Relations in Public Administrations
Funding for Regional Public Entities
Theory of the State
Gender and Law
Animal Law and Welfare
Fundamental Rights
Placement in Court Offices
Moot Court
 
Business Taxation
Social Security Law
Economic and Business Criminal Law
Maritime Law
Insurance Law
Introduction to the Analysis of Accounting Statements
Occupational Risk Prevention
Gender and Law
Criminal Cases
Francoist Dictatorship and Transition to Democracy
Placement in Court Offices
Moot Court 
 
Specialisation in EU and International Law Specialisation in the Individual and the Family
European Internal Market Law (free circulation)
International Cooperation for Development
Contemporary Law Systems
Multiculturality and Religious Freedom
Citizen Participation in European Union Institutions
Institutionalisation of the International System
Market Law
Compared Constitutional Systems in the European Union
Gender and Law
International Trade Law
Crimes against Humanity and Human Rights
Placement in Court Offices
Moot Court
 
Income Tax, Inheritance Tax and Donations
Family Law
Inheritance Law
International and Inter-Regional Aspects of the Law on Persons, Families and Estate
Consumer Protection Law
Citizenship and Non-Citizenship Law
Legal Guardianship and Family Processes
European Private Law
Gender and Law
Management of Civil Disputes
Civil Responsibility
Bioethics
Placement in Court Offices
Moot Court
Specialisation in Law and Society  
Gender and Law
History of Legal Cultures
Global Law: Foundations and Principles
Legal Guardianship and Alternative Solutions to Conflicts
The Case Method: Roman Case Law
Sociology of Law
Law and Religion
Placement in Court Offices
Moot Court
 
Not all optional subjects are offered this year.