1st and 2nd level Professional Master Courses
Didactic, anthropological, psycho-pedagogical methods and economical-legal aspects (24 ECTS credits)
First level professional master course
Director of the course: Prof. Fausto Benedetti
The professional master course is aimed at developing specific pedagogical competencies with a special focus on didactic methods for law and economics subjects.
The educational path is divided into two modules covering the following disciplines:
- Anthropological and psycho-pedagogical disciplines
- Law and economic disciplines
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The first module is a multidisciplinary pathway granting 24 ECTS credits in anthropological, psychological, methodological and didactical technologies, which are required also as access requirement for the national public exam for upper and lower secondary school teachers, pursuant to legislative decrees No. 59 of 13 April 2017, and No.616 of 10 August 2017.
The second module centres around law and economic disciplines. The educational targets are those included in the annexes to the legislative decree No. 616 of 10 August 2017.
The course is addressed to teaching staff and aspiring teachers and in particular to those graduated in psychology, pedagogy, science of education, early childhood education and related degrees.
In order to be admitted it is necessary to hold a bachelor’s degree. The minimum number of participants is 30.
Students from non-EU countries will have to submit their application form (within the deadline set every year by the MIUR) to the Italian Embassies (or Consulates) of the country they live in.
To complete the enrolment process it will be therefore necessary to submit the declaration of value of qualifications issued by recognised educational institutions, and a certified copy of the diplomas. These documents are issued by the Italian Embassies (or Consulates) of the students’ countries of origin.
Applications received after the deadline, lacking the above-mentioned documents and not sent by official consular communication will not be accepted.
Enrolment “upon condition” is not admitted.
The course is delivered in blended mode:
In person (2 subjects for a total of 12 ECTS credits);
Online (IUL platform) 8 subjects for a total of 54 ECTS credits.
As far as in person teaching sessions are concerned, each ECTS credit equals to 6 hours of lecture-based teaching. Attendance is mandatory for at least 75% of the total of the lessons.
In person lessons will take place in IUL’s university branch in Florence.
New university branches might be activated if there will be more than 30 enrolled students.
IUL’s educational offer is flexible and is based on prior experience and knowledge of the students. Online teaching for each ECTS credit is organised as follows:
1 hour lecture: audio, video, web conference, pre-structured courseware
5 hours of interactive teaching: students’ participation in forums, blog, wiki and e-tivities (individually or in group) and tutor’s feedback
19 hours of individual study
In addition to the support provided by the teaching staff, IUL’s educational model envisages the constant assistance of a tutor endowed with transversal competencies.
At the end of each topic, an in person exam must be taken and a final thesis, agreed with a professor of the course, must be discussed. In order to be admitted to the final dissertation it is necessary to have passed all the final tests and exams.
The discussion of the thesis will take place in IUL’s branch in Florence, via Michelangelo Buonarroti 10.
The final mark (110/110) accounts for all the marks obtained in each exam.
The 69 ECTS credits are organised into two multidisciplinary modules:
- Module 1 (24 ECTS credits) Anthropological and psycho-pedagogical disciplines
- Module 2 (45 ECTS credits) law and economic disciplines
Module 1 (24 ECTS)
|Subject 1||E-learning and pedagogy 2.0||M-PED/04 – Experimental pedagogy||6||online|
|Subject 2||Psychology of development, thinking and creativity||M-PSI/04 – Psychology of learning||6||In person|
|Subject 3||Ethical responsibilities of teachers||M-FIL/03 – Moral philosophy||6||Online|
|Subject 4||Technics and technologies for teaching at school||M-PED/03 –
Special Didactics and psychology
|TOTAL ECTS – MODULE 1||24|
MODULO II – 45 CFU
|Subject 5||International economics||SECS P/01 – political economy||3||online|
|Subject 6||Welfare comparative systems||SECS P/02 – Economics policies||12||online|
|Subject 7||Budget and accounting standards||SECS P/07 – Business administration||12||online|
|Subject 8||Statistical methods for enterprises||SECS S/03 – Economic statistics||12||online|
|Subject 9||Public law||IUS/09 – foundations of public law||3||online|
|TOTALE ECTS credits – MODULE 2||45|
The total fee for the course is € 1,500 payable in two instalments
- 750,00 € to be paid upon inscription
- 750,00 € to be paid by 01/02/18
In the event of late payment of the second instalment € 30,00 must be added as charge interest on late payment.
The registration form must be sent to the IUL Secretariat (Via M. Buonarroti No. 10 – 50122 Florence) with the following documents annexed:
- a revenue stamp for the value of € 16.00 (sixteen / 00) must be applied to the first page of the form;
- a passport type photo signed in original on one side and applied on the first page of the form;
- a photocopy of a valid identity document;
- self-certification or original certificate of the qualification and final grade;
- receipt proving payment of the initial registration fee of € 750.00 made by bank transfer or postal payment slip to the current account in the name of the Italian University Line – IUL. IBAN code: IT 56 R 07601 02800000075042267, or postal payment slip, transaction number 75042267, in the name of the Italian University Line – IUL, Via M. Buonarroti, 10, 50122 Florence.
It is required to indicate the reason for payment: “Enrolment fee for the professional master course Didactic, anthropological, psycho-pedagogical methods and economical-legal aspects – followed by payer’s name and surname.
For organisational reasons it is advisable to send in advance the registration form by e-mail (email@example.com) or fax (055 2380395).
For further information: IUL’s admission office Tel. 055 2380568/055 2380385 – e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org