Master's Degree in Procedural Law and Citizenship

Master's Degree in Procedural Law and Citizenship

Subjects

The Master's Degree in Procedural Law and Citizenship offers a series of subjects to their students, some of them mandatory and others, elective. All students have to complete, in a maximum of 24 months, the corresponding subject course loads, including the supervision period and preparation of the dissertation for defense.

Compulsory

Subject Name / Abbreviation Credits
GENERAL DOMAIN MANDATORY SUBJECTS
Critical Understanding of the Knowledge Process 45
History, Process & Ideology 45
Scientific Research Methodology 45
Basal principles of Civil Proceeding and ponderation criteria 45
Critical Theory of Law 45
SPECIFIC DOMAIN SUBJECTS: CONSTITUTIONAL JURISDICTION AND FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS LINE
Human Rights and Civil Proceeding 45
Civil Proceedings in the Dimension of Fundamental Rights 45
Jurisdictional Tutelage of Diffuse and Collective Rights in Contracts 45
SPECIFIC DOMAIN SUBJECTS: PROCESSES AND BUSINESS RELATIONSHIPS
Procedural Implementation of Obligations 45
Jurisdictional Protection of Contracts 45
Civil-Constitutional System and the Theoretical Bases of Business Relations 45
SPECIFIC ELECTIVE SUBJECTS
Legal Hermeneutics 30
Jurisdictionand Social Inclusion 30
Methodology of Teaching Action 30
Teaching Practice 60
Guarantist and Inquisitive Procedural Systems 30
Jurisdictional Tutelage of Minorities and Biolaw 30
SUPERVISION FOR DEVELOPING THE DISSERTATION
Guidance for developing the Dissertation 120