The ICOTEA Institute, now Higher Education School for Linguistic Mediators (Italian SSML), is authorized by the Italian MIUR (Italian Ministry of University and Research) with the Decree of 23/09/2013 – G.U. n. 242 of 15/10/2013 and offers to you the single courses activated in the three-year Bachelor’s Degree in Linguistic Mediation. All those who own a high school diploma, a Bachelor’s degree or a Master’s degree and all the students enrolled in any University study program can enrol to the single courses activated for the Bachelor’s degree in Linguistic Mediation. They are authorized to take exams and to obtain the related final certifications as well. Each course, whose final grade is out of thirty, can be used to fill educational debts necessary to the acquisition of the curricular requirements for the subscription to an open-access Master’s Degree Course or to Graduate Schools, for professional purposes or for public competitions, and for all the situations in which a cultural updating or a specific refinement of the skills is required. The courses are now provided in blended mode.
Here’s the procedure to register on the ICOTEA e-learning platform:
WHO CAN ENROL TO SINGLE COURSES?
It is possible to enrol in several single courses, for a total number of 60 ECTS per academic year.
The attendance and/or the ECTS acquired by passing the exams related to single courses can be acknowledged and validated in case of a subsequent enrolment in our Bachelor’s degree program.
Single Courses List
Italian Literature (L-FIL-LETT/10); English Language I (L-LIN/12); French Language I (L-LIN/04); English Literature (L-LIN/10); French Literature (L-LIN/03); Contemporary Italian Literature (L-FIL-LETT/11); Business Organization (SECS-P/10); Principles of Public Law (IUS/09); Theory and Philosophy of Languages (M-FIL/05); English Language II (L-LIN/12); French Language II (L-LIN/04); Linguistic Mediation English-Italian I (L-LIN/12); Linguistic Mediation French-Italian I (L-LIN/04); German Language (L-LIN/17); Contemporary History (M-STO/04); European Union Law (IUS/14); Computer Science (INF/01); Principles of Private Law (IUS/01); Modern Languages Didactics (L-LIN/02); Italian for Foreigners Didactics (L-LIN/02); Foreign Languages Didactics (L-LIN/02); Commercial Law (IUS/04); Business Economics (SECS-P/07); Economic Policy (SECS-P/02); Political Economy (SECS-P/01); German Philology (L-FIL-LET/15); Romance Philology (L-FIL-LET/09); History of Philosophy (M-FIL/06); Theoretical Philosophy (M-FIL/01); Moral Philosophy (M-FIL/03); Logic and Philosophy of Science (M-FIL/02); Aesthetics (M-FIL/04); History of Philosophy (M-FIL/06); History of Ancient Philosophy (M-FIL/07); History of Medieval Philosophy (M-FIL/08); Cultural Geography (M-GGR/01); Economic and Political Geography (M-GGR/02); Italian Linguistics and Historical linguistics(L-LIN/01); Comparative Literature (L-FIL-LET/14); English Literature II (L-LIN/10); English Literature III (L-LIN/10); Latin Language and Literature (L-FIL-LET/04); Spanish Literature I (L-LIN/05); Spanish Literature II (L-LIN/05); Spanish Literature III (L-LIN/05); German Literature I (L-LIN/13); German Literature II (L-LIN/13); German Literature III (L-LIN/13); French Literature II (L-LIN/03); French Literature III (L-LIN/03); French Language III (L-LIN/04); English Language III (L-LIN/12); Spanish Language I (L-LIN/07); Spanish Language II (L-LIN/07); Spanish Language III (L-LIN/07); German Language II (L-LIN/17); German Language III (L-LIN/17); Italian Linguistics (L-FIL-LET/12); General Psychology (M-PSI/01); Behavioural neuroscience and Physiological Psychology (M-PSI/02); Social Psychology (M-PSI/05); Labour and Organisations Psychology (M-PSI/06); French Translation and Sectorial Languages (L-LIN/04); English Translation and Sectorial Languages (L-LIN/12); Spanish Translation and Sectorial Languages (L-LIN/07); German Translation and Sectorial Languages (L-LIN/14); Sociology of Culture (SPS/08); General Sociology (SPS/07); Sociology of Economic and Labour Processes (SPS/09); Political Sociology (SPS/11); Sociology of Law, Deviance and Social Changes (SPS/12); Medieval History (M-STO/01); Modern History (M-STO/02); Contemporary History (M-STO/04); History of Art (L-ART/02); History of Pedagogy (M-PED/02); Medieval Art (L-ART/01); History of Sciences and Technology (M-STO/05); Greek History (L-ANT/02); Roman History (L-ANT/03); History of Philosophy (M-FIL/06).
24 ECTS for Teachers’ Competitions
ICOTEA has arranged five single solutions specific for the School Sector with the purpose of issuing the 24 ECTS, useful for the participation in Teachers’ Competitions.
By attending 4 single courses you will be given 6 ECTS for each course. These courses are:
Otherwise, you can choose the cumulative option: this study program will grant you the 24 ECTS you need after a period of 5 months and includes, in a lump-sum, all the four subjects:
The attendance to one of the previous courses or set of courses allows you to obtain a certification issued by E-Campus, which organizes and validates the exams and issues the 24 ECTS in anthropological, psychological and pedagogical subjects and in methodologies and technologies of didactics, useful for the participation in Teachers’ Competitions.
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