COURSE REQUIREMENTS AND ACADEMIC STRUCTURE
To obtain the title of Master in Pure and Applied Logic students must earn 90 credits as follows:
- The first year the student should take the five fundamental courses, which are compulsory. Each one is of 6 credits ECTS.
- During the second year the student has to write a master thesis. It amounts to 20 credits ECTS.
- The remaining credits are obtained by taking optional courses. The majority of them are of 5 credits ECTS.
All the courses are of one semester.
The European Credit
Transfer System (ECTS)
The ECTS system measures a student's overall work load, which includes attendance at lectures, individual study, exam preparation, the completion of exercises, attendance at problem-solving seminars where appropriate, reading assignments and any other activities designed to complete the course. In this system, one credit ECTS is equivalent in the master program to 25 hours of work.
Students will be carefully informed of the system of evaluation that will be adopted by the lecturer responsible for coordinating each course on the Master Program.