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The online master's degree in Animal Law and Society has 60 ECTS credits.
It consists of 5 thematic blocks for a total of 50 ECTS credits and a final Master's Dissertation for 10 ECTS credits.
Each module has a programme to be followed by the students, using the materials provided. To this end the students have support from a personal online tutor. In addition, they can take part in online forums on each thematic block, in order to share their ideas with the other course participants: students, lecturers, module coordinators and specialist visiting lecturers.

The modules must be taken in order, according to the established calendar.
The practical module is also online and comprises the practical aspects of all the modules taught on the master's programme, together with case studies to be developed by the students themselves. These case studies are supplied by the teaching staff and may be suggested by collaborating organisations.

The Master's Dissertation consists of a paper on a topic chosen by the students, to be written under the tutorship of a member of the programme's teaching staff, and subsequently defended before an examining board.

Subject Credits Type

Bases for integration of animal rights in a globalised society Comparative analysis of animals, law and society

15 ECTS

Obligatory

Application of law and state legislation Design and management of a model of professional application of animal rights

10 ECTS

Obligatory

The Animals in the Positive Law. Challenges and Solutions

9 ECTS

Obligatory

New models of integration of the right to animal welfare in the global society

10 ECTS

Obligatory

Practical application of knowledge

6 ECTS

Obligatory

Master's dissertation

10 ECTS

Obligatory

Title obtained

Master in Animal Law and Society

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