Venice: History of a City of Sea and Stone

What is a Minor

A Minor is a taught study course composed of three modules of 6 ECTS each, that allow you to widen your studies with a glimpse at subjects that fall outside of your principal subject.
Passing the three exams required by the Minor, you will get a certification of the course you attended.

Contacts

Educational Programmes Office
 minor@unive.it

Objectives and content

The Minor offers students a path towards understanding the history- not only political and institutional, but also economic, social and environmental - of a big city that was also an international power, exercised a hegemonic role in a large geopolitical area of Medieval and Modern Europe, and to this day encourages the collective imagination of pop culture.

This Minor is taught in Italian.

Requirements

The Minor is aimed at Bachelor’s degree students of the university.

How to enrol

Enter the Minor into the study plan

The Minor is a study course divided into three classes of 6 ETCS each, a total of 18 ETCS .
By completing the study plan, you can sign up for two Minor exams out of the free choice exams, for a total of 12 ETCS, while the third (6 ETCS) must be included in the supernumerary exams.

Fill out the registration form

You can choose which year to attend the Minor classes and take the exams. We suggest that you check your degree programme provides specific indications for the amount of free choice exams.

Before commencing your attendance, we invite you to fill in the appropriate registration form.

Enrolment in single Minor classes

You can also add single Minor exams to your study plan without completing the entire course. Even in this case, you will need to fill out the registration form, specifying your choice.

Modules that make up the Minor

Academic year 2019/2020