The final test consists in the presentation and discussion in front of a committee of teachers of a paper related to one of the subjects provided for in the Study Programme.
This paper may consist both in the description of a topic consistent with the scientific and professional focus of the degree programme and supported by a relevant basic bibliography, and in the description of an activity of an applicative and/or experimental nature, which constitutes a greater individual contribution by the student.
The degree exam consists of a brief presentation and discussion (open to the public but not ceremonial) of the Dissertation to the Preliminary Committee composed of three lecturers (not necessarily from the same Faculty nor academic area under discussion). On completion of the examination session, the Preliminary Committee communicates to all candidates only the evaluation of the dissertation attributed by the Committee (from insufficient to excellent).
The degree classification is then attributed by the Certification Committee, taking into consideration the evaluation of the final dissertation attributed by the Preliminary Committee, the candidate's grades accrued from formal examinations and other elements based on elements approved by the Faculty Council and is expressed as a mark out of 110. The Certification Commission is composed of seven lecturers from the relevant Faculty and is chaired by the Dean. Members of the Commissions are appointed by the Dean of the Faculty.
The proclamation and conferral of the degree certificate takes place during the Graduation Ceremony held at the end of the graduation session. This event is open to the public and is delivered in a ceremonial manner.
Bachelor's degree course in Arts and Cultural Events* (*New course title undergoing ministerial approval for a.y. 2023/24)
Recommended study plan
|History of medieval art - L-ART/01||6|
|Current visual arts||12|
|History of contemporary art - L-ART/03||6|
|Arts and media - L-ART/06||6|
|Digital communication laboratory for the arts - ICAR/13||9|
|Production and communication of art|
|Digital media for the arts|
|Contemporary History - M-STO/04||9|
|Antropology of the contemporary|
|Economy and marketing for cultural events - SECS-P/08||6|
|Art and fashion - ICAR/13||6|
|Professional English I - L-LIN/12||6|
|The entertainment system||12|
|Cinema and Art - L-ART/06||6|
|Forms of contemporary theatre - L-ART/05||6|
|Production and organisation of contemporary music - L-ART/05|
|History of modern art - L-ART/02||6|
|Economy of culture and art - SECS-P/02||6|
|Publishing for Culture - SPS/08||12|
|Sociology of events||6|
|Editing for Arts and Culture|
|Project management of events and entertainment - SECS-P/08||6|
|Professional English II - L-LIN/12||6|
|Language and culture of the second foreign language - L-LIN/04; L-LIN/07; L-LIN/14; L-LIN/21||6|
|Estethics - M-FIL/04||6|
|History of art criticism - L-ART/04||6|
|Forms of organisation of cultural events - SECS-P/07||6|
|Right of cultural activities - IUS/10||6|
|Laboratory of photography theory and techniqueL-ART/06||6|
|Writing workshop for the communication of art and culture - M-FIL-LET/12||6|
|Professional English III - L-LIN/12||6|
|Stage of professional skills||6|