Bachelor of Cinematic Arts, Film and Television Production


Entertainment, in all its aspects, has always been a fundamental ingredient of human existence, at least since people began to organize themselves socially, and perhaps even before. With the globalization of information, entertainment has exploded into one of the world’s major industries. The ‘old and the new’ co-exist: Aristophanes is still performed as he was in Athens; Shakespeare’s ‘King Lear’ is still produced in the old manner; old theatre plays have transformed into films, while Homer’s Iliad has moved from word to text, and then to film. Yet through the technological revolution, the basic spirit has remained. In recent years, with the spread of higher level education in areas such as media production, and the increasing internationalization of entertainment, there is always more request of studies focusing on the living continuity of entertainment in general. In response to that, Marconi has created the BA in Film and Television Production in order to meet the growing international demand for a comprehensive practical undergraduate qualification that prepares students to enter the world of visual arts. The course has a strong international flavor and encourages students to work across borders.

First year – 60 credits ECTS – European Credit Transfer System

History and Social Impact of Entertainment – 12 credits

Language of New Media and Entertainment – 12 credits

Geography of Communication – 12 credits

Theatre and Dramaturgy of Ancient Times – 12 credits

Methodology of Historical Research – 12 credits

Second year – 66 credits ECTS – European Credit Transfer System

Theories and Narrative techniques – 12 credits

Visual Anthropology. The Ethnographic Cinema – 12 credits

Film Direction and Direction Laboratories -12 + 3 credits

From the first idea to the finished script: the story structure + Scriptwriting Lab – 12 + 3 credits

History of filmmaking photography – 6 credits

Sociolinguistics and history of dubbing principles – 6 credits

Third year – 54 credits ECTS – European Credit Transfer System

The importance of Aesthetics in Entertainment – 6 credits

Writing and Narrative. Reality, TV and cinematic representation – 6 credits

Sociology of Arts and Literature – 6 credits

History of Scenography, theatre, TV and movie costume – 6 credits

Audiovisual Communication – 6 credits

Multimedia technologies for cinema and TV – 12 credits

Foreign Language – 6 credits

Thesis Dissertation – 6 credits

The BA in Film & TV Production aims to produce graduates capable of operating in a visual arts environment, with the intellectual foundation to adopt a critical approach both to their studies and their future work position. Graduates will become experts in the field, acquiring not only the necessary technical skills, but the understanding of visual and narrative theories. Like all degree Programs at Marconi University, the BA in Film and Television Production is based on a concept called “Outcomes Based Learning”. This breaks up the educational experience into the categories of knowledge and ability, identifying the things a student should know and be able to do upon completion. The course aims to give graduates the knowledge of specific techniques that enable them to operate in a visual arts environment, but also to provide them with the intellectual foundation to adopt a critical approach.

The scholarship program is administered by CE.A.R.S and offers partial scholarships to a wide variety of students.

Recipients are: non-traditional students; seminarians, undergraduate and post-graduate students who are looking to become tomorrow’s leaders.

If you are unable to pay the full tuition fees there might be a chance that you can be granted a partial scholarship that will cover some of the tuition fees for your preferred study programme.

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Bachelor’s Degree In Psychological Science And Techniques


The Bachelor’s of Psychological Science and Techniques is designed to provide students with a comprehensive foundation of psychology. More specifically, the course objectives are:

  • The creation of a junior psychologist able to, in collaboration with and under the supervision of a senior psychologist, develop and put into practice the principles, models, and methods acquired in different fields of psychology, contributing to the development and welfare of individuals, groups, companies and organizations
  • The training of graduates who, thanks to the acquisition of a foundation in various sectors of psychology, can continue with their studies, enrolling in a second-level degree course to deepen specific aspects of psychological disciplines and professional applications.

In order to be admitted to the Bachelor’s Degree of Psychological Science and Techniques, applicants must possess a valid high school diploma. The Bachelor’s Degree is a 3-year program taught both in Italian or English and offered in an online modality, combining the following different multimedia learning tools:

  • Audio-video lessons (accessible through the web platform in an asynchronous way)
  • Text materials (accessible through the web platform);
  • Self-Assessments: true/false questions, multiple choice, hot-spot image, chart test, role playing, simulations (accessible through the web platform);
  • Written assignments requiring the accomplishment of specific tasks in which students show their Mastery of methodologies, tools and critical autonomy.

The final exam of the degree program, intended to assess the technical-scientific and professional preparation of the student, consists of the completion and discussion of a written dissertation.

The 3-year program, amounting to 180 credits of academic achievement, is organized as follows:

N.ADCODESSDCoursesCFU/ECTSUS QC
1st YEAR
1.APSI01001M-PSI/01General Psychology129
2.ABIO09001BIO/09Fundamentals of  Physiology129
3.APSI05002M-PSI/05Social Psychology64.50
4.BPSI04002M-PSI/04Developmental Psychology129
5.APSI03001M-PSI/03Psychometrics I129
FComputer Skills64.50
   Subtotal6045
All first-year exams are pre-requisites for second-year exams 2nd YEAR
6.BPSI03002M-PSI/03Psychometrics II129
7.BPSI02003M-PSI/02Psychobiology and Physiological Psychology129
8.BPSI07001M-PSI/07Dynamic Psychology129
9.BPSI08001M-PSI/08Clinical Psychology I64.50
10.CPSI04001M-PSI/04Psychology of Socialization64.50
11.DElective64.50
 FLaboratory of Dynamic Psychology64.50
 Subtotal6045
All second-year exams are pre-requisites for third-year exams 3rd YEAR
12.BPSI08002M-PSI/08Clinical Psychology II64.50
13.CMED25001MED/25Fundamentals of Psychiatry64.50
14.BPSI05001M-PSI/05Community Psychology129
15.BPSI06001M-PSI/06Occupational and Organizational Psychology64.50
16.CSPS09004SPS/09Sociology of Work64.50
17.DElective64.50
FLaboratory of Clinical Psychology64.50
ELinguistic Competence64.50
EDissertation64.50
Subtotal6045
TOTAL180135

 

* Electives(among those not yet taken)CFU/ECTSUS QC
Statistics and DemographyHistory of Medicine

General Hygiene

Sociology of Professions

Cultural Anthropology

6+64.50 + 4.50

 

Key
A = BasicB = Core

C = Related

D = Elective (art. 10, comma 5, lettera a)

E = Dissertation and linguistic competence (art. 10, comma 5,

lettera c)

F = Extra training activities (art. 10, comma 5, lettera d)

S = Internship

 CODE = Discipline CodeUS QC = United States Quarter CreditsApproved  = Professional experience / continuing educational courses / others

Validated = Academic courses

At the end of the degree course in Psychological Science and Techniques, students will have acquired proper knowledge, understanding, analysis and counseling skills in relation to the theoretical and methodological fundamentals of psychology.

More specifically, graduates will:

  • Possess a deep knowledge of the central issues that are currently being debated within the scientific community concerning different areas of general, social, developmental and clinical psychology
  • Be familiar with different knowledge fields linked to psychology
  • Know the methods and procedures of scientific inquiry

The scholarship program is administered by CE.A.R.S and offers partial scholarships to a wide variety of students.

Recipients are: non-traditional students; seminarians, undergraduate and post-graduate students who are looking to become tomorrow’s leaders.

If you are unable to pay the full tuition fees there might be a chance that you can be granted a partial scholarship that will cover some of the tuition fees for your preferred study programme.

Greek Students: Click here for scholarship information

Students from other countries: Please contact us for details

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Bachelor’s Degree In Political Science And International Relations


The Bachelor’s of Political Science and International Relations provides methodical and professional competence in the disciplines of economics, law, history and society. Particular attention is dedicated to comparative and international issues, as well as acquiring a solid grasp of empirical, political scientific, sociological, statistical and economic research methods

In order to be admitted to the Bachelor’s Degree of Political Science and International Relations, applicants must possess a valid high school diploma. The Bachelor’s Degree is a 3-year program taught both in Italian or English and offered in an online modality, combining the following different multimedia learning tools:

  • Audio-video lessons (accessible through the web platform in an asynchronous way)
  • Text materials (accessible through the web platform);
  • Self-Assessments: true/false questions, multiple choice, hot-spot image, chart test, role playing, simulations (accessible through the web platform);

Written assignments requiring the accomplishment of specific tasks in which students show their Mastery of methodologies, tools and critical autonomy.

The final exam of the degree program, intended to assess the technical-scientific and professional preparation of the student, consists of the completion and discussion of a written dissertation.

The 3-year program, amounting to 180 credits of academic achievement, is organized as follows:

N.ADCODESSDCoursesCFU/ECTSUS QC
1st YEAR
1.ASPS02002SPS/02Political Doctrine History129
2.BSPS03001SPS/03History of Political Institutions64.50
3.AIUS09003IUS/09Fundamentals of Public Law64.50
4.CSCS04001SECS-P/04History of Economic Thought64.50
5.ASPS04002SPS/04Political Science129
6.CSCS01001SECS-P/01Political Economics129
FComputer Skills64.50
Subtotal6045
All first-year exams are pre-requisites for second-year exams
2nd YEAR
7.BSPS01001SPS/01Political Philosophy129
8.ASPS04001SPS/04Administration Science64.50
9.BSTO04002
STO04003
M-STO/04Contemporary History129
10.BSCS02005
SCS02006
SECS-P/02Economic Policy129
11.CGGR02002M-GGR/02Economic Geopolitics64.50
12.DElective64.50
FEnglish Language Lab64.50
Subtotal6045
All second-year exams are pre-requisites for third-year exams
3rd YEAR
13.ALIN12002L-LIN/12Language and Translation: English Language129
14.CSPS06001SPS/06History of International Relations64.50
15.BSPS11001SPS/11Sociology of International Relations129
16.BIUS13002IUS/13International Law64.50
17.BIUS13004IUS/13International Cooperation Policies64.50
18.BIUS10009IUS/10Administrative Law64.50
19.DElective64.50
EDissertation64.50
Subtotal6045
TOTAL180135

 

* Electives(among those not yet taken)CFU/ECTSUS QC
Labor Law
Sociology of Work
Sociology of Professions
Environmental and Territorial Economics
Statistics and Demography
General Sociology
History of Economic Thought
Constitutional Law
European Union Law
Language and Translation: French
Language and Translation: Spanish
Language and Translation: English II
Language and Translation: German
6+64.50 + 4.50

 

Key
A = Basic
B = Core
C = Related
D = Elective (art. 10, comma 5, lettera a)
E = Dissertation and linguistic competence (art. 10, comma 5,
lettera c)
F = Extra training activities (art. 10, comma 5, lettera d)
S = Internship
CODE = Discipline Code
US QC = United States Quarter CreditsApproved = Professional experience / continuing educational courses / others
Validated = Academic courses
At the conclusion of the Bachelor’s of Political Science and International Relations graduates will have obtained a solid understanding of contemporary political-institutional history, with reference to European and non-European issues.  They will be soundly familiar with the evolution of modern and contemporary political thought, sociology and political science.  They will know the fundamental elements of the process of European integration, from the historic, economic and legal point of view, as well as possess knowledge about the political-institutional comparative perspective.  They will fully understand the fundamental notions concerning the theories of market and enterprise, and of macroeconomics and international economics, such as to provide an initial orientation through examination of the most common economic problems. Furthermore, the Bachelor’s in Political Science and International Relations is an advantageous title for those seeking diplomatic careers.  To this end, the foreign languages addressed in the course offer additional cultural instruments of particular usefulness.

The scholarship program is administered by CE.A.R.S and offers partial scholarships to a wide variety of students.

Recipients are: non-traditional students; seminarians, undergraduate and post-graduate students who are looking to become tomorrow’s leaders.

If you are unable to pay the full tuition fees there might be a chance that you can be granted a partial scholarship that will cover some of the tuition fees for your preferred study programme.

Greek Students: Click here for scholarship information

Students from other countries: Please contact us for details

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Bachelor of Economic Science


The Bachelor of Economic Science prepares students to mature into professionals that have an active role in the economic decision-making process. It provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the nature of economics and with the right instruments to operate in financial institutions and organizations public and private.

In order to be admitted to the Bachelor of Economic Science, applicants must possess a valid high school diploma. The Bachelor’s Degree is a 3-year program taught both in Italian or English and offered in a blended modality, combining in-person activities with the following multimedia learning tools:

  • Audio-video lessons (accessible through the web platform in an asynchronous way)
  • Text materials (accessible through the web platform);
  • Self-Assessments: true/false questions, multiple choice, hot-spot image, chart test, role playing, simulations (accessible through the web platform);
  • Written assignments requiring the accomplishment of specific tasks in which students show their mastery of methodologies, tools and critical autonomy.

The 3-year program, amounting to 180 credits of academic achievement, is organized as follows:

N.ADCODESSDCoursesCFU/ECTSUS QC

1st YEAR

1.BSCS04001SECS-P/04History of Economic Thought64.50
2.ASCS01004SECS-P/01Political Economics129
3.ASCS07005SECS-P/07Business Economics64.50
4.CSECS07007SECS-P/07Business Methodologies and Quantitative Determinations129
5.CIUS01007IUS/01Private Law64.50
6.CIUS09006IUS/09Fundamentals of Public Law64.50
7.ASXS06001
SXS06004
SECS-S/06General Mathematics64.50
FComputer Skills64.50
Subtotal6045

All first-year exams are pre-requisites for second-year exams
2nd YEAR

8.BSXS06002
SXS06003
SECS-S/06Financial Mathematics64.50
9.BSCS08002SECS-P/08Economics and Business Management64.50
10.AIUS04003IUS/04Business Law129
11.BSCS02001SECS-P/02Economic Policy129
12.BIUS05006IUS/05Bank Law64.50
13.BSXS01001SECS-S/01Statistics129
ELinguistic Competence64.50
Subtotal6045

All second-year exams are pre-requisites for third-year exams
3rd YEAR

14.ASCS07006SECS-P/07Business Strategy and Policy64.50
15.BSCS03001SECS-P/03Financial Sciences129
16.BIUS05003IUS/05Financial Market Law64.50
17.BSCS11001SECS-P/11Economics of Financial Intermediaries64.50
18.BGGR02004
GGR02007
M-GGR/02Economic-Political Geography64.50
19.DElective (s)6+64.50 + 4.50
SInternship64.50
EDissertation64.50
Subtotal6045
TOTAL180135

 

* Electives(among those not yet taken)CFU/ECTSUS QC
Contractual Assets and Rights
Circulation
Monetary Economics
Statistics and Demography
Policies of International Cooperation
Production Cycle Technology
Geopolitics
6+64.50 + 4.50

 

Key
A = Basic
B = Core
C = Related
D = Elective (art. 10, comma 5, lettera a)
E = Dissertation and linguistic competence (art. 10, comma 5,
lettera c)
F = Extra training activities (art. 10, comma 5, lettera d)
S = Internship
CODE = Discipline Code
US QC = United States Quarter CreditsApproved = Professional experience / continuing educational courses / others
Validated = Academic courses

At the conclusion of the Bachelor’s Degree program, graduates will have acquired the theoretical and analytical instruments necessary to fully comprehend the functioning of markets, businesses and financial institutions, as well as the role of economic policies and its influence on the business sector and the economy itself. The graduate in Economic Sciences will be an outstanding candidate for any position that requires the analysis and interpretation of economic phenomena, prepared to take on professional responsibilities in the economic sector (public and private) and to operate both domestically and internationally. The program prepares students for professions as:

  • Specialists in management and control of private companies
  • Specialists in accounting and financial problems
  • Specialists in market relations
  • Specialists in economic sciences
  • Accountants and similar roles

The scholarship program is administered by CE.A.R.S and offers partial scholarships to a wide variety of students.

Recipients are: non-traditional students; seminarians, undergraduate and post-graduate students who are looking to become tomorrow’s leaders.

If you are unable to pay the full tuition fees there might be a chance that you can be granted a partial scholarship that will cover some of the tuition fees for your preferred study programme.

Greek Students: Click here for scholarship information

Students from other countries: Please contact us for details

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Bachelor of Computer Engineering


The Bachelor’s Degree of Computer Engineering prepares the graduate for developing and using technologies, as well as being able to design, produce and manage data elaboration systems in a wide range of applications. The adopted teaching model ensures that the student is aided in his/her learning stage with access to specifically-developed supporting material and a list of individual and/or group teaching activities guided by the teacher or tutor.

In order to be admitted to the Bachelor’s Degree of Computer Engineering, applicants must possess a valid high school diploma. The Bachelor’s Degree is a 3-year program taught both in Italian or English and offered in an online modality, combining the following different multimedia learning tools:

  • Audio-video lessons (accessible through the web platform in an asynchronous way)
  • Text materials (accessible through the web platform);
  • Self-Assessments: true/false questions, multiple choice, hot-spot image, chart test, role playing, simulations (accessible through the web platform);
  • Written assignments requiring the accomplishment of specific tasks in which students show their Mastery of methodologies, tools and critical autonomy.

The final exam of the degree program, intended to assess the technical-scientific and professional preparation of the student, consists of the completion and discussion of a written dissertation.

The 3-year program, amounting to 180 credits of academic achievement, is organized as follows:

N.ADCODESSDCoursesCFU/ECTSUS QC
1st YEAR
1.AMAT05003MAT/05Mathematics I64.50
2.AMAT05004MAT/05Mathematics II64.50
3.AFIS01003FIS/01Basic Physics129
4.AINF05008ING-INF/05Computer Programming129
5.CINF05012ING-INF/05Logic Networks64.50
6.CIND35002ING-IND/35Economics and Business Organization64.50
7.AIND31002ING-IND/31Electrical Engineering64.50
FLinguistic Competence64.50
Subtotal6045
All first-year exams are pre-requisites for second-year exams
2nd YEAR
8.BNGNF1001ING-INF/01Digital Electronics129
9.CMAT03001MAT/03Mathematics III64.50
10.BINF05007ING-INF/05Computer Architecture and System Software129
11.BINF05011ING-INF/05Object Oriented Programming64.50
12.BINF03001ING-INF/03Networks and the Internet64.50
13.BIND35004ING-IND/35Business Management64.50
14.BIND35007ING-IND/35Production System Models64.50
15.DElective64.50
Subtotal6045
All second-year exams are pre-requisites for third-year exams
3rd YEAR
16.BINF05006ING-INF/05Information Retrieval129
17.BINF05009ING-INF/05Fundamentals of Software Engineering64.50
18.CINF05018ING-INF/05Web mining Techniques64.50
19.CIND35006ING-INF/05 – ING-IND/32Public Service Models and Technologies64.50
20.DElective64.50
FExtra Training Activities*1813.50
EDissertation64.50
Subtotal6045
TOTAL180135

 

* Electives(among those not yet taken)CFU/ECTSUS QC
CAD-CAE Design
Energy Systems
Energy Conversion Systems
Industrial Plant Safety
Energy Production and Distribution Networks Management
Risk and Safety in High-Risk Facilities
6+64.50 + 4.50

 

Key
A = Basic
B = Core
C = Related
D = Elective (art. 10, comma 5, lettera a)
E = Dissertation and linguistic competence (art. 10, comma 5,
lettera c)
F = Extra training activities (art. 10, comma 5, lettera d)
S = Internship
CODE = Discipline Code
US QC = United States Quarter CreditsApproved = Professional experience / continuing educational courses / others
Validated = Academic courses
When graduates receive there Bachelor of Computer Engineering degree, they will have acquired a wide range of fundamental knowledge, especially in the mathematics, informational science (computing, electronics, telecommunications) and engineering fields of management . By considering the rapid rise in society’s need for information. The graduate will have developed the capacity to understand and value the working principles of system processing in both architectural  hardware systems and software aspects, being able to identify, formulate and resolve the diverse problems by using updated methods, techniques and instruments. The following professional activities are included in the training course for t computer engineers: the design and production of company information systems, the computerizing of public and private agency services through web technology, development of multimedia and hypermedia systems, modeling and control of productive processes and complex systems, development of computer systems based on the project techniques of HW/SW, planning of systems based on architectural and network computing.

The scholarship program is administered by CE.A.R.S and offers partial scholarships to a wide variety of students.

Recipients are: non-traditional students; seminarians, undergraduate and post-graduate students who are looking to become tomorrow’s leaders.

If you are unable to pay the full tuition fees there might be a chance that you can be granted a partial scholarship that will cover some of the tuition fees for your preferred study programme.

Greek Students: Click here for scholarship information

Students from other countries: Please contact us for details

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