Master's

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Master’s in Legal Practice 

Our Master's in legal practice prepares students for the practice of law by providing them with comprehensive training.

At this moment in time it is not enough to have completed a degree in law in order to practice law professionally in Spain. Three additional requirements must also be met: to have passed a specific post-graduate training course that allows the acquisition of the skills required for the profession, and to undertake an internship and pass the official entrance exam.

The Master’s is arranged into three four-month periods over a year and a half and provides those who take it with the best training for the practice of law, as well as the necessary period of internship and preparing them with every guarantee to pass the national exam for access to the legal profession.

The Master’s has been developed together with the Zaragoza Bar Association, its training being highly practical and its teaching staff combining both qualified legal professionals and university teaching staff.

Table of subjects:

Administrative practice; Criminal practice; Social practice; Civil practice; Commercial practice; Professional ethics; Law firm management; Analytical and expressive skills for the professional practice; Regulation of the professional activity; Technology applied to the professional practice; Court duty; Alternative techniques of conflict resolution; Internship 1; Internship 2; Master's thesis; Professional communication in the English language; Expert testimony in court; Private international practice; Public international practice

Master’s in Administrative Management

Through this master's degree, students acquire the specialized training necessary for the profession of Administrative Management.

Administrative Managers are qualified, free and independent professionals who regularly inform, advise, recommend and represent individuals or legal entities, for a fee, with an express or tacit mandate, in the study, promotion, management and performance of all kinds of procedures and actions related to Administration.

This is requires membership of the professional association and the passing of certain tests set by the Public Authorities to obtain the professional qualification. Only those persons who can prove that they have a university degree in Law, Political Science or Economics can apply. However, those who have graduated with a master's from us are exempt from taking these tests, and can register and practice the profession directly once they have completed their studies.

The master's is particularly suitable for graduates of Law, Business Administration and Management, Finance and Accounting, Economics, Management and Public Administration, Political Science and Administration and Labour Relations and Human Resources.

Table of subjects:

Tax Law; Constitutional Law; Criminal Justice Management and System; Administrative and Corporate Law; The dynamics of civil law in relation to personal and family law; Civil  Property Law; Commercial regulations applied to administrative management activities at companies; Mandatory Employment Law; Internship; Master’s thesis.

Master’s in Public Administration Law

Presentation.

The Master's Degree was created with the aim of providing students with skills in the areas of legal practice in administrative law and public administration law, but also in the postgraduate training required to access PhD studies in the field of public law.

The Master's is given jointly by the Universities of Zaragoza and the Rovira i Virgili University.

Who is it aimed at?

The Master’s is aimed at university graduates of Law, Political Science, Sociology, Economics, Labour Studies, Business Administration and Management and related fields; as well as graduates in Labour and Employment Relations, Business Management and related fields. It is also aimed at university graduates who hold a postgraduate degree in fields related to the master's or who have relevant professional or institutional experience that justifies access to the master's

Aims

Promote postgraduate university education for careers in the field of public administration and law through the acquisition of the most advanced legal and technical and management skills.

Offer professionals from the private sector (law firms and companies) the necessary training to specialize in the area of legal practice of administrative law and industry regulation.

Provide the necessary foundations for commencing research activity in the areas of Public Administration Law.

Table of subjects

Public sector legal system and administrative procedure; Legal system of public procurement; Regulation and management of public services; Legal system of local authorities; Regional distribution of power and constitutional justice; Transparency, integrity and public corruption; European administrative integration and union; Regional planning and urban law; Legal system of public employment; Methodology and research in public law; Administrative justice; Administrative Sanction Law; Public economic law and regulation of strategic sectors; Historical and legal evolution of public administration; Law related to historical and artistic heritage and cultural assets; Administrative and environmental intervention instruments; Master's thesis.

Teaching

The Master’s will be taught both virtually, which will allow access to the degree to those people who, because of their location or professional or personal reasons, want to receive high-quality distance learning, and in semi-onsite mode. In the latter case, it will be through a formula of concentrated onsite classes that will allow students who so prefer, in addition to the option of a virtual environment, to remain in physical contact with the teaching staff.

Number of places offered

40 places are offered: 20 places at the University of Zaragoza, and another 20 at the Universitat Rovira i Virgili.

Application for admission

Admission application is undertaken in accordance with the phases and dates established annually for the academic calendar, available in:

https://academico.unizar.es/grado-y-master-master/acceso-y-admision/fech...

The application should be submitted via the Internet, once the form has been completed and the necessary documents have been uploaded to the platform and following the instructions given in:

http://www.unizar.es      Online administration office      Internet admission application

Should it prove not possible to do this by Internet, then the application shall be presented in the administrative office of the university centre where the official Master's programme is imparted. The printed admission application, accompanied by the corresponding documents.

More info: https://academico.unizar.es/en/grado-y-master-master/acceso-y-admision/f...

Selection Criteria

The admission committee will establish the order of preference for the enrolment of pre-registered students based on the following criteria:

1. Suitability of the entrance qualifications: up to a maximum of 30 points, according to the following order:

  • Degree holders in Social and Legal Sciences: up to a maximum of 30 points
  • Graduates from other fields: up to a maximum of 15 points

2. Assessment of the academic record in the official university qualification giving access to the master's: up to a maximum of 30 points.

3. Suitability of the professional profile (professional or institutional experience in the public or private sector related to the areas covered by the master's): 20 points.

4. Knowledge of languages: up to a maximum of 10 points.

5. Complementary training (courses, seminars or other training activities, certified by documents) related to the content of the master's: up to a maximum of 10 points.

However, if there is no shortage of places, the admission committee may admit you if you have the right profile according to the criteria indicated, without the need to prioritize according to merit.

Master’s fees

As it is an Official Master’s, the public fees are approved by a Decree passed by the Government of Aragon.

Thus, in accordance with the provisions of Decree 91/2019 of 27 June, passed by the Government of Aragon, which establishes the public fees for the provision of university academic services for the 2019/2020 academic year, a credit costs €37.40, so the full enrolment with 60 credits will be equivalent to €2,244. This amount is in addition to enrolment (€31.90), the fixed Secretary costs (€24.05), and student insurance if under 28 years of age (€1.12).

Master's in Occupational Health and Safety

Presentation

The Master's in Occupational Health and Safety (MUPRL) at the University of Zaragoza is an official course that provides the necessary training to perform the duties of Senior Technician in Occupational Health and Safety.

There is a great demand currently for professional experts in the field of occupational health and safety, mainly for two reasons

The first is because the current regulatory framework for Occupational Health and Safety requires companies, public bodies and institutions to carry out preventive actions in order to protect the health and safety of workers, which requires the recruitment of professionals who are experts in these matters. The necessary training to perform this work can only be certified by a postgraduate study given by the University.

In addition, changes in production and economic models that seek greater flexibility and openness contribute to the emergence of new scenarios, case studies and areas to consider in the field of Occupational Health and Safety and health care at work. Furthermore, the fundamental rights involved in Occupational Health and Safety, such as the right to life, the right to physical and moral integrity of persons and the right to health, require training schemes aimed at improving safety and health at work.

After the completion of the Master’s, students will ultimately be able to exercise the profession of Senior Technician in Occupational Health and Safety in the three specialties it is composed of: safety at work, industrial hygiene and ergonomics and applied psychology and sociology.

They will also have the ability to carry out studies into working conditions, risks to health and well-being of workers and the effectiveness of interventions in the field of Occupational Health and Safety.

All of this allowing them to ensure the professional activity includes responsibility and ethical values for the enforcement and defence of fundamental rights, promoting equality of opportunity and non-discrimination

Access and admission

Curriculum

Description

The curriculum of the Master's in Occupational Health and Safety is structured into compulsory and optional subjects in eight modules, arranged sequentially. Students must take a total of 60 credits in one academic year. Of the 60 credits, 37 will be for compulsory training, 10 for optional subjects, 7 for internships and 6 for the Master’s thesis.

The optional credits are those that determine the specialty in which the student studies the Master’s, obtaining their degree with the corresponding Major: Safety, Ergonomics and Applied Psychology and Sociology or Industrial Hygiene.

The teaching takes place onsite in the Faculty of Law usually in the afternoon from 4.00 to 9.00 pm. Two specialties (Ergonomics and Psychology and Sociology) are taught in the morning.

Table of subjects

1. COURSE: TECHNIQUES FOR IMPROVING WORKING CONDITIONS (9 ECTS CREDITS)

SUBJECT: LEGAL FIELD OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY (4 ECTS CREDITS).

SUBJECT: HEALTH PROMOTION IN THE WORK ENVIRONMENT AND STATISTICAL BASES (3 ECTS CREDITS).

SUBJECT: OTHER OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY MEASURES: TRAINING OF ADULTS AND COMMUNICATION, INFORMATION AND NEGOTIATION TECHNIQUES IN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY (2 ECTS CREDITS).

2. COURSE: OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY (7 ECTS CREDITS)

3. COURSE. INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE (7 ECTS CREDITS)

4. COURSE: PREVENTION AND HEALTH (8 ECTS CREDITS)

SUBJECT: ERGONOMICS (2 ECTS CREDITS)

SUBJECT: APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY (2 ECTS CREDITS)

SUBJECT: OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE AND HEALTH SURVEILLANCE (2 ECTS CREDITS)     

SUBJECT: OCCUPATIONAL EPIDEMIOLOGY (2 ECTS CREDITS)

5. COURSE: PREVENTION MANAGEMENT (6 ECTS CREDITS)

SUBJECT: ORGANIZATION AND PLANNING (1 ECTS CREDIT)

SUBJECT: MANAGEMENT IN THE BUILDING INDUSTRY (1 ECTS CREDIT)

SUBJECT: PREVENTING ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS (1 ECTS CREDIT)

SUBJECT: COURSE: PREVENTION MANAGEMENT IN THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR (1 ECTS CREDIT)

SUBJECT: INTEGRATED PREVENTION MANAGEMENT: ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, QUALITY MANAGEMENT AND PRODUCT SAFETY (1 ECTS CREDIT)

SUBJECT: ROAD SAFETY (0.5 ECTS CREDIT)

SUBJECT: ASSET PROTECTION (0.5 ECTS CREDIT)

PROFESSIONAL SPECIALIZATION (OPTIONAL)

6. COURSE: ERGONOMICS (5 ECTS CREDITS).

7. COURSE: APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY (5 ECTS CREDITS).

8. COURSE. SAFETY AT WORK (10 ECTS CREDITS)

9. COURSE. INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE (10 ECTS CREDITS)

10. INTERNSHIP (7 ECTS CREDITS) (COMPULSORY)

11. FINAL PROJECT (6 ECTS CREDITS) (COMPULSORY)

 

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