Marconi University undergraduate studies consist of 1st and 2nd cycle Bachelor degrees, as well as a five-year single cycle program.
The first cycle degree, or Laurea Triennale, is aimed at equipping students with an adequate command of general scientific methods and content as well as specific professional skills. The duration of first level programs is three years, and the degree is awarded upon completion of 180 ECTS credits; the completion of an internship and a thesis dissertation may also be required. The Laurea grants access to national competitions for civil service, to regulated and non-regulated professions, and to 2nd cycle courses.
The second cycle degree, orLaurea Magistrale, aims to provide students with an advanced level of education for the exercise of a highly qualified activity in specific areas. Admission requirements call for a first level or comparable foreign degree, the length of the program is two years and the workload is 120 ECTS credits.
TheLaurea Magistraleis awarded to those graduates who, once satisfied all curricular requirements, have also defended an original dissertation in the final degree examination.
A limited number of 2nd cycle programmes in fields such as dentistry, medicine, pharmacy, architecture, and law, are defined Corsi di Laurea Magistrale a Ciclo Unico, or single cycle degree programmes. The degree course is organized in a five-year block of 300 ECTS credits (only human medicine requires 6 years and 360 credits).
The following degree programs are offered in Italian
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