|Standards for the Bachelor in Philosophy|
1. To be admitted to the Faculty of Philosophy in order to obtain the academic degree is required to have completed the curriculum and have obtained the relevant qualification required for admission to a university legitimately constituted.
5. The student must prepare a written work under the direction of one of the professors with a minimum size of 15 pages. Students can choose any written work as director of the professor in the philosophy department. If they choose a professor as director of another faculty, the board must obtain the approval of the Dean prior to delivery at the Faculty. The theme and the Director of written work should be communicated to faculty through the appropriate tab on the dates indicated in the overall timetable. Two copies of the work must be delivered at the Faculty by students of 2 nd year, on the dates specified in the General Calendar.
6. At the end of the first cycle, the student must pass a comprehensive examination following the workshop summary. This examination is oral and will be held before a board composed of two examiners, each of which examines the candidate separately for ten minutes on the themes established in the list published by the Faculty.
7. The total number of credits required for the attainment of the academic degree of Bachelor is 76 (seventy-six) divided as follows: courses required: 60 credits, optional courses: 6 credits; Seminar: 4 credits; written work to end the cycle: 2 credits; comprehensive examination: 4 credits.