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

Animals in positive law, Challenges and solutions

15 ECTS

Obligatory

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

10 ECTS

Obligatory

Master's dissertation

10 ECTS

Obligatory

Specific skills

- Understand the study of animals from a globalised legal and social perspective.
- Obtain a profound, comprehensive and integrated view on animal rights and how to implement these rights.
- Transform the study of legal protection for animals into a professionalisation tool and a service to society, with the knowledge, skills and experiences needed to make an immediate and positive impact directly from this branch of law.
- Understand the possibilities and limitations in applying animal rights within technological contexts.
- Offer theoretical and practical tools needed for an efficient management of the welfare of animals.
- Design and manage projects for the protection, reinforcement and development of animal rights.
- Lead the work of communities, teams and departments which work with or are interested in the improvement of animal welfare.
- Develop the ability to be analytical and critical with the aim of creating one's own arguments in professions related to animal welfare and to the transfer of acquired knowledge.

Transferable skills

- Stimulate dynamic comprehension of multi-level concepts and notions
- Organise and systematise legal and social information resources
- Independent learning and teamwork skills
- Ability to integrate theoretical data from different areas of knowledge into a practical project
- Develop legal reasoning within applied contexts
- Integrate knowledge and practical skills into the context of a globalised society

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