School of Law

SCHOOL OF LAW

BACHELOR (LICENSE) IN LAW (LLB.)

OBJECTIVE

This training will equip you with the skills to analyze and create rules of law, solve problems, reform and rethink the law and procedures as well as to apply the law, and that, as a professional discipline. The program will give you the tools for legal research, argumentation, to conflict resolution and, more generally, to the understanding of the legal dimension of social life. It covers many areas of law such as civil law, commercial law, criminal law, labor law, corporate law, tax law, criminal law and public law. This training also attaches importance to the international dimension and the critical and comparative approaches to law.

Abilities

Have a keen analytical mind and skillful reasoning. Mastering the French language and have capacity for rhetoric. Having the skill to negotiate. Be patient and versatile.

Opportunity

The Bachelor of Laws program prepares you to enter the Bar of Port-au-Prince to become a lawyer or pursue your studies at the graduate level in law or in notarial law. The quality of training also allows you to perform various functions or to occupy positions where you can leverage the knowledge and legal skills.

Professions

Law Research

Analyst Agent government policies

Counsel Lawyer

Notary

Employers

Law firms or notaries

Public Service

Enterprises

Nongovernmental organizations (NGOs)

OPEN TO ADVANCE PROGRAMS

This leads to bachelor graduate studies in law, particularly in the following subject areas: sustainable development and food security, environmental law, business law, human rights and collective rights, international law, intellectual property and new technologies, international and transnational law, notarial law and legislative drafting.

CONDITIONS OF ADMISSION

All requirements must be met when undertaking the program.

The applicant must meet the following requirements:

Be 18 years or older.

Hold a high school diploma (Bac II) or its equivalent.

Having left school early.

Applicants presenting a combination of education and relevant experience deemed equivalent to that required of the holder applicant may be eligible as a result of the analysis of the file.

The program is limited enrollment, the number of places is very limited.

Selection criteria

The application is analyzed on the basis of the quality of academic record.

Laptop Computer

In undertaking its program, the student must acquire, from the first session, a portable computer equipped with a number of software, allowing the applicant to undertake the course of his research. Proficiency in basic computer functions and common software is essential. Introductory courses to specialized software are offered outside the program.

Knowledge of French

The student admitted to the School of Law must comply with the provisions relating to the implementation of the policy on the use of French at the University GOC

Non-francophone candidate

The candidate whose language of instruction in primary and secondary education is not the French must demonstrate a minimum level of knowledge of the French language. His skills in written French will be assessed on arrival and, where applicable, a patch French course could be added to its journey.

 

PROGRAM STRUCTURE

Bachelor (Licence) in Law (LL. B.)

*This page presents the official version of the program. The University G.O.C. reserves the right to change the content without notice.

APF – Insurance and financial products 15

APF1900 Health Insurance Law

ARC – Architecture 18

ARC6023 Professional Practice II

COM – Construction Law 36

COM3001 Communication Law and Ethics of Journalism

COM6008 Law, Ethics and ethics of public communication

CRI – Criminology 38

CRI1001 General criminal law

DRT – Law 46

DRT1002 The world of law

DRT1000 Constitutional law

DRT1004 Property law

DRT1003 right of individuals and families

DRT1005 Administrative Law I

DRT1007 General Criminal Law

DRT1009 International law General

DRT1500 Criminal Law applied to police investigation

DRT1700 Law obligations

DRT1701 Right

DRT1710 Fundamental public right of persons

DRT1711 Private wealth

DRT1712 Right Right government

DRT1714 Criminal Law

DRT1715 Labor Law Associations

DRT1716 Law and Social

DRT1719 Law Financial Services

DRT1720 Economic Law

DRT1721 Introduction to Environmental Law and Sustainable Development

DRT1723 International law

DRT1901 General introduction to law

DRT1902 Rights and Freedoms

DRT1904 Introduction to real estate

DRT1905  E-commerce law

DRT1907 Business Law and Governance

DRT1908 Law and Aging

DRT2001 Administrative Law II

DRT2003 Fundamental labor right

DRT2006 Corporations Law

DRT2100 History of public law

DRT2101 History of Private Law

DRT2102 Law Sociology

DRT2103 Comparative Law

DRT2104 Economic Analysis of Law

DRT2105 Common law Private Law

DRT2106 Philosophy of Law

DRT2107 Feminist analysis of law

DRT2151 Private International Law

DRT2152 International Economic Law

DRT2153 International Trade Law

DRT2154 international criminal law, humanitarian and human rights

DRT2211 Clinic of international criminal law and humanitarian law in the Internship I

DRT2214 Notebooks I

DRT2215 Training of law Notebook II

DRT2222 Clinic international criminal law and humanitarian II

DRT2250 real and safeties advertising rights

DRT2252 Heritage Family Law

DRT2255 Children’s and Youth Law

DRT2301 Insurance Law

DRT2300 Law

DRT2302 consumption Copyright

DRT2303 Banking

DRT2304 Competition Law

DRT2305 Law of Industrial Property

DRT2350 Small and Medium Business Law

DRT2352 Securities Law Tax Law DRT2400 fundamental

DRT2550 Municipal law

DRT2551 Environmental Law

DRT2552 Rights and Freedoms

DRT2556 law and parliamentary procedure

DRT2557 Indigenous Peoples Law and Immigration Law

DRT2558

DRT2603 Right to Health and Safety

DRT2650 Professional law

DRT2652 Topic advanced law I

DRT2653 advanced law Subject II

DRT2654 Special Topics in law I

DRT2655 Special Topics in Law II

DRT2656 Special Topics in Law III

DRT2900 Planning Law and land territory

DRT2902 Law Personal Financial Planning

DRT2903 Real Estate Law

DRT3450 Integrated approach of civil law and civil procedure law

DRT3902 surveying

DRT6000 Law of the World Trade Organization

DRT6007 Feminist theories of law

DRT6012 International Law Intellectual Property

DRT6013 International Environmental Law

DRT6024 Settlement of disputes in domestic and international private law: civil and commercial matters

DRT6025 Environmental law and control of pollution

DRT6026 Special Topics in Business Law I

DRT6027 Special Topics in Business Law I

DRT6029 International Law of Human Rights

DRT6030 International Labour Law

DRT6031 Special Topics in international law and transnational I

DRT6032 Special Topics in international law and transnational II

DRT6038 Law, Governance and Sustainable Development

DRT6039 Fundamental Rights in the Workplace

DRT6041 Civil and commercial matters: rights Quebec / Contemporary

DRT6043 European Contract Law

DRT6044 European Union law

DRT6045 European Law of Human Rights

DRT6048 International Banking

DRT6049 International Child Law

DRT6050 Biodiversity Law

DRT6052 Special Topics in Environmental Law I

DRT6053 Special Topics in Environmental Law II

DRT6055 Law, and Aboriginal peoples

DRT6059 Criminal Law Environmental Law

DRT6064 foreign direct investment

DRT6065 e-commerce law

DRT6070 Real Estate Law I

DRT6071 Real Estate Law II

DRT6074 Law and management of health and safety at work

DRT6076 international culture right

DRT6077 International Criminal Law

DRT6090 Special Topics: fundamental rights I

DRT6091 Special Topics: fundamental rights II

DRT6092 Environmental economic instruments entitled

DRT6095 Clinic international criminal and humanitarian law

DRT6102 Empirical entitled

DRT6103 Theories and Methods of Comparative Law Public Law

DRT6104 Advanced

DRT6105 Advanced Civil Law

DRT6107 Natural Resources Law

DRT6108 Energy Law

DRT6109 Law water

DRT6110 Private Law and Environment

DRT6113 History and Theory of Fundamental Rights

DRT6114 comparative and international aspects of competition law

DRT6115 Procedure and Evidence in International Criminal Law

DRT6116 International refugee law

DRT6117 advanced International law

DRT6125 Law and Service Management Health

DRT6131 advertising rights

DRT6134 Heritage Family Law

DRT6135 Inheritance law

DRT6139 Company law

DRT6140 Tax Law and taxes to

DRT6141 consumption Private International Law

DRT6145 Municipal law and urban planning

DRT6148 International Law on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

DRT6149 IHL

DRT6150 law of the World Trade Organization

DRT6200 Advanced Real Estate Law Case Studies

DRT6202 Business Law Case Studies Internship

DRT6500 Law

DRT6900 notarial ethics, law and ethics of dentistry

DRT6901 Law of pharmacy

DRT6910 Business Law and Ethics

DRT6980 Public affairs multimedia Right

DRT7000 Advanced Methodology

DRT7002 Entitled Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development in International Law

DRT7004 International law of the sea

DRT7006 Law in Stage I

DRT7007 Law Internship II Internship III

DRT7008 Law

DRT7009 law Stage IV

DRT7010 Empirical Law Clinic

DRT7011 international criminal law and humanitarian

DRT7012 Law of the World Trade Organization

DRT7015 International Law, International Environmental Law

DRT7018 Human Rights

DRT7019 International Labor Law

DRT7020 European Union law

DRT7021 Biodiversity Law International Law

DRT7023 Culture

DRT7024 International Criminal Law

DRT7026 Water Law

DRT7028 Comparative and international aspects of competition law

DRT7030 International Banking

DRT7031 Advanced

DRT7032 Contemporary Civil Law

DRT7033 Contract Law

DRT7034 Energy Law Environmental Law and pollution control

DRT7035 The World Trade Organization Law advanced

DRT7036 Law

DRT7037 Trade Law

DRT7038 Law and Management of Health and Safety Law and

DRT7039 Management of health services

DRT7040 European Law Human Rights

DRT7041 International Law Intellectual Property International

DRT7042 Child

DRT7043 Law International Law on Economic, social and cultural

DRT7044 International refugee law

DRT7045 International humanitarian law International law

DRT7046 Advanced

DRT7047 Criminal Environmental Law and Environmental Law

DRT7048 Private

DRT7049 Public Law advanced

DRT7050 Law, and Aboriginal peoples

DRT7051 Fundamental Rights in the Workplace

DRT7054 History and Theory of Fundamental Rights

DRT7061 Civil and commercial matters: Europe/America

DRT7062 Procedure and Evidence in International Criminal Law

DRT7065 Settlement of disputes in domestic and international private law: civil and commercial matters

DRT7067 Theories and methods of comparative law

DRT7068 Feminist theories of law

DRT7069 Law, Governance and Sustainable Development

DRT7100 Special Topics: fundamental rights I

DRT7101 Special Topics: fundamental rights II

DRT7102 Special Topics in Environmental Law I

DRT7103 Special Topics in Environmental Law II

DRT7104 Special Topics in Business Law I

DRT7105 Special Topics in Business Law II

DRT7106 Special Topics in international law and transnational I

DRT7107 Special Topics in international law and transnational II

EHE – Studies 194 off-premises

EHE1DRT Studies – International profile – LL.B.

EHE6DRT Studies – International profile – LL.M.

GPL – Multidisciplinary Studies 100

GPL1904 Rights, Justice and Democracy (women’s studies)

HRM – Human Resource Management 102

GRH1301 Labour Law

HST – 109

HST2107 History Law and Society in Rome

IDI – Intervention in Developmental Disabilities 111

IDI2008 Ethics and Law in context of intervention

IHP – Philosophy 144

PHI1124 Philosophy of the rights and freedoms of the person

PHI2107 Philosophy of Law

PHI7202 Law, Ethics and Society

POL – Political Science 150

POL2208 Foundations of rights and political

POL7011  Constitutional states, religions and sects: comparative analysis

POL7058 Law, public policy and administration

RLT – Industrial relations 159

RLT1005 Labour Law I

RLT2000 Labour Law II

SBO – Wood Science 165

SBO2900 Environmental Studies: Economics and Law

SOC – Sociology 172

SOC1101 Introduction to Sociology of Law

THL – Theology 180

THL2124 Canon Law I: the ecclesial right

THL2134 Canon Law II: pastoral applications

THL4902 Studies in canon law

THL6099 Studies in canon law

THL6209 Orthodox ecclesiology and canon law

TRACKING PROGRAM – (96 credits)

LAW

LAW 51

DRT-1000: The world of Law (3 credits)

Description

Juridicity. Traditions and legal systems. The plurality of norms and legal systems. The multidimensional nature of law. The sources of law and normative hierarchy. The legal theories. The agents of the legal system and their role. The modes of prevention and dispute resolution. The judicial system. The concepts and categories of law. The legal reasoning. The development, analysis and interpretation of legal texts. Writing a review of a court decision.

 

DRT-1001: I Bonds: Contract (3 credits)

Description

Overview of sources of obligations. The contract: training conditions, content and effects. Incidence of the main rules applicable to consumer contracts. Presentation rules of interpretation. The contract with a term: term and condition. Overview of sanctions for non-performance and protective measures of the creditor’s right to performance. Study of the residual category of obligations: business management, receipt of undue payments, unjust enrichment.  

DRT-1002: Constitutional Law (3 credits)

Description

The sources of Canadian constitutional law. The Canadian and Quebec constitutional history. The State: concept and competence. The formal constitution. The legislative, executive and judicial. The organization of the State: Federalism and parliamentarism. The functioning of government: legislative supremacy, rule of law and judicial independence.  

DRT-1004: Right of natural persons and the family (3 credits)

Description

Legal personality and fundamental attributes of the person. Individualization of the person: name, address, civil acts of the state. General Theory disabilities, minority and protection schemes. Status of persons and pecuniary introduction to family law: formation conditions of the marriage bond, marriage, civil union, filiation and parental authority.  

DRT-1009: General Public International Law (3 credits)

Description

The idea of law in terms of international relations. The sources of public international law. The relationship between international law and domestic law. The subjects of public international law. The peaceful and non peaceful settlement of disputes. Introduction to specialized branches of public international law. 

DRT-1003: Property Law (3 credits)

Description

The concepts relating to real and personal rights. Heritage. The distinction of property. The property, its attributes and characters. The terms and dismemberment of the property. Restrictions on the free disposition of property and some of patrimonies. Possession and acquisitive prescription. The general rules of advertising rights.  

DRT-1005: Administrative Law I (3 credits)

Description

Executive power and public administration: overview and location opposite the law and charters. General theory of power and acts of public administration: discretion, delegation of authority, regulatory, contractual activity of the administration. Political and administrative control of the administration.  

DRT-1008: Legal documentation and writing a note sought (3 credits)

Description

The identification of documentary sources in haitian law. Reference books. Documentation foreign law and international law. Supporting documentation (social sciences, statistics, etc.). The legislative and regulatory process. The computer assisted research. The evaluation of the relevance and reliability of the sources identified. The legal references. The presentation of the stages of legal research. Writing a research note. Learning the legal drafting (act, memory, legal advice, etc.).  

DRT-2000: Bonds II: liability (3 credits)

Description

The conditions of civil liability law. The conditions of application of the compensation schemes of occupational accidents, occupational diseases and car accidents. Overview of compensation plans without regard to fault or based on social solidarity. Compensatory and punitive damages. Overview of compensation measures to own compensation systems without fault.  

DRT-2552: Rights and Freedoms (3 credits)

Description

Study Haitian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms of the Haitian people and the Haitian Law on Human Rights. The fields of application. The limits on rights and freedoms. The remedies and reparations. The rights to equality, life and security and fundamental freedoms (religion, expression and association). 

DRT-1006: Civil Procedure I (3 credits)

Description

General principles of criminal law. Judicial organization and jurisdiction of the courts. Legal action. Ordinary proceedings at first instance.  

DRT-1007: General Criminal Law (3 credits)

Description

Study of the cardinal principles of general criminal law. The legislative authority in Canadian criminal law, the interpretation of criminal law, the presumption of innocence. Guilt based study of liability regimes, the constituent elements of the offense, the stage of development of the offense (attempt, conspiracy) and the role of the accused in relation to the offense. The causes of irresponsibility and defenses.  

DRT-2002 : Bonds III: execution and extinction (3 credits)

Description

Enforcement of the obligation: prior actions, specific performance, resolution and termination, Performance by equivalence, including the penal clause. The payment, imputation and offers. Mutations of an obligation. The performance bonds plurality of objects and topics, including an overview of the rules governing the bond. The ways of extinguishing obligations, including extinctive prescription.  

DRT-2003: Fundamental Labour Law (3 credits)

Description

Historical and legal basis of the law relating to the subordinate work. Impact of economic globalization and international law on the right of the contemporary work. Sharing of constitutional jurisdiction in labor matters. Constitutional and quasi-constitutional standards specific to the field of employment. Individual employment contracts. Labour standards. Freedom. Accreditation and its effects. Negotiation, application and interpretation of the collective agreement.  

DRT-2004: The company and its main contracts (3 credits)

Description

General principles of company law. Partnerships contracts. The Enterprise Fund. Intellectual property. Processes unfair: the non-competition clause, the duty of loyalty and unfair competition action. The Competition Act. The interim contracts: the agency agreement, the commission contract and the brokerage contract. The mandate of common interest. The major integration contracts: the exclusive supply agreement, the concession agreement and the franchise agreement.  

DRT-2005: provided for (3 credits)

Description

Sources of evidence, proof systems, object and burden of proof, evidence, admissibility of evidence, sanctions the rules of evidence. Articles 2803-2874 of the Civil Code, certain provisions of the Civil Procedure Code, related laws and charters of rights and freedoms.  

DRT-2006: Corporations Law (3 credits)

Description

Distinguish between the different legal forms of business. Constitution and organization of the corporation. Financed. Governance of the corporation. Systems of liability for directors and officers. Shareholder participation in decision making of the corporation. Legal environment of corporations ASPE. Legal recourse. Alternative dispute resolution. 

 

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE PROGRAM

REQUIREMENTS 1- 3 CREDITS AMONG 6

DRT-2001: Administrative Law II (3 credits)

Description

Judicial review of government: constitutional basis, location in relation to the charters of rights, jurisdiction. The exercise of judicial review: principles of natural justice, abuse of power, appropriate remedies in the Federal Court or Superior Court. The extra-contractual liability of public administration.

DRT-2253: Estates and gifts (3 credits)

Description

Principles of inheritance and gifts. Detailed study of the rules on intestacy and testamentary. General rules on donations, Switches and trusts.

REQUIREMENTS 2-3 AMONG CREDITS- 12

Critical training

DRT-2100: History of Public Law (3 credits)

Description

The sources of the Haitian public law. The historical process of development of public law and its main branches in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The evolution of the organization legislative, administrative, judicial and police state in Haiti.

DRT-2101: History of Private Law (3 credits)

Description

Sources of Private Law Haitian until the first codification of civil law. The historical process of development of the main branches of private law in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The evolution of legal thought on the concepts of property, contract, liability and legal personality.

DRT-2102: Sociology of Law (3 credits)

Description

The relationship between the law, the state and society. The legislative and judicial processes in their social context. The social functions of law and justice. Legal professionals and legal thought. Contemporary trends in the law and justice.

DRT-2103: Comparative Law (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to comparative law; his interest in the analysis of legal problems. Presentation of the great contemporary legal systems; comparison of their general foundations and principles. Further study of the common law system.

DRT-2104: Economic Analysis of Law (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to the economic analysis of law. Themes study illustrating the interest of economic reasoning in the analysis of legal issues, such as property law, civil liability, free competition. State interventions in the market and economic rationality.

DRT-2105: Private Law Common Law (3 credits)

Description

Study of institutions and own methodology to the English tradition of law: historical development, rule of precedent, division of law in common law and equity. Introduction to the main areas of private law: contracts, torts, property and trusts.

DRT-2106: Philosophy of Law (3 credits)

Description

Legal positivism and alternative conceptions of law and justice. The core values and purposes of the law: illustrations through legislation, jurisprudence and doctrine; applications to some contemporary problems of the theory of law and state.

DRT-2107: Feminist Law Analysis (3 credits)

Description

From a feminist theoretical framework, this course aims to analyze the theories that question the neutrality and objectivity of the legal standard women face and the solutions proposed to achieve true gender equality. Different themes law affecting women will be addressed.

Students can follow the course

PHI-2107 instead of the DRT-2106 course. Contact the program management to make the change.

 

REQUIREMENTS 3-3 CREDITS AMONG 15 TO

Training in writing or orally

DRT-2200: Writing and interpretation of Acts (3 credits)

Description

Conceptions of law, legislative styles and role of interpretation. Into the rules of legislative drafting; writing exercises. Modification, revocation, replacement, overhaul and codification. The application of the law in time. The methods of statutory interpretation. Depth study of principles, rules and presumptions of interpretation. Legislative bilingualism. The course results in an oral evaluation.

DRT-2202: Moot Court: appeal hearing (3 credits)

Description

Seminars on the written and oral submissions pending appeal. Analysis of records and own exercises to integrate legal knowledge and to develop a sense of argument and expression. Presentation argument before a bench of judges and experts.

DRT-2203: Seminar (3 credits)

Description

Study of a legal issue with an approach favoring the integration of knowledge, skill development and application of research methods and writing. The seminars have two aims: to learn writing and acquire research methods, on the one hand; allow the student to integrate his knowledge, on the other. The seminar should not aim specialization but must have as its fundamental objective the increase of abilities. It should lead to exchanges, the submission of a written work and an oral assessment.

DRT-2204: Directed Research and drafting of legal writings I (3 credits)

Description

Search on a topic proposed by the student and accepted by a teacher who assumes leadership. Research must be based on an articulated method and lead to the drafting of a prepared text. This can take various forms, including those of test or various legal acts (memory, etc.). The teacher and the student agree beforehand on the future shape of the writing. This must be an oral presentation.

DRT-2205: Directed Research and drafting of legal writings II (3 credits)

Description

Search on a topic proposed by the student and accepted by a teacher who assumes leadership. Research must be based on an articulated method and lead to the drafting of a prepared text. This can take various forms, including those of test or various legal acts (memory, etc.). The teacher and the student agree beforehand on the future shape of the writing. This must be an oral presentation.

DRT-2207: Moot – practical component (3 credits)

Description

Preparation and presentation of oral arguments in competitions involving several universities in Haiti or worldwide scale. These competitions can touch both the civil law and public law and international law. They can range in judicial context and take place in French or English. Participation in the competition is done in teams and under the supervision of a teacher. Selection criteria apply. This course must be taken during the session where the competition is held.

DRT-2212: Legal Drafting Competition

Description

Preparation of a text under the supervision of a teacher, to submit a legal essay contest organized by a national or international organization. The activity also includes an oral presentation of research.

DRT-2217: pages Program at the National Assembly Haiti – searched flap (3 credits)

Description

Under the page program to the National Assembly of Haiti, writing an essay on a topic related parliamentary law or legal aspect of parliamentarism under the joint supervision of a lawyer of the National Assembly of Haiti and a law professor.

DR-2220 : Tax Clinic (3 credits)

Description

Tax Clinic is an academic activity carried out by teams of students under the supervision of a teacher, which aims to provide support and research services, legal drafting and representation to individuals in the proceedings tax before the Tax Court of Canada. A portion of the session is devoted to research and writing work on topical issues of tax.

DRT-2221: Moot – theoretical component (3 credits)

Description

Research and preparation of written arguments presented in competitions involving several universities in Haiti or worldwide scale. These competitions can touch both the civil law and public law and international law. They can range in judicial context and take place in French or English. Participation in the competition is done in teams and under the supervision of a teacher. Selection criteria apply.

DRT-2223: Legislative Drafting Clinic (3 credits)

Description

The clinic welcomes teams of students working under the supervision of a teacher to provide support and research, advisory and legislative services to college students participating in the Student Forum of the National Assembly of Haiti. Selection criteria apply.

 

RESEARCH AND INVENTION 18 CREDITS

MAT-2902: Quantitative Methods II (3 credits)

Description

Objective: To know and apply the descriptive and inferential statistical techniques commonly used in psychology. Content: Analysis of variance in factorial design, testing various statistical indices ordinal or categorical data for tests (X2, binomial, Kruskal-Wallis, Friedman, Wilcoxon, rs Spearman, and Kendall Tau W).

PSY-1108: Basic Interpersonal skills (3 credits)

Description

Objectives: acquire basic skills in interpersonal and communication psychotherapy context; develop the analysis of inferential processes involved during an interaction; become familiar with the specific relational issues in different walks of life and intervention. Content: the working alliance as an active agent of change, the basic relational attitudes (empathy, respect, neutrality, etc.), active listening, reformulation, the open and closed questions, self-disclosure, reflect emotions, confrontation, interpretation, immediacy, management of ambivalence and problem solving.

PSY-3150: Directed Research I (3 credits)

Description

Production, in teams of two students, a research under the supervision of a teacher. The course allows the application of skills already acquired and the acquisition of new knowledge related to the execution of a search.

PSY-3151: Directed Research II (3 credits)

Description

Production, in teams of two students, a research under the supervision of a teacher. The course allows the application of skills already acquired and the acquisition of new knowledge related to the execution of a search.

PSY-3154: Advanced Psychopathology (3 credits)

Description

History and contemporary approaches in the study of mental health disorders and life adjustment problems. Exploration of some forms of psychopathology in children, adolescents, adults, couples, families and the elderly in light of the scientific literature and various contemporary theoretical models in clinical psychology. Cultural and ethnic factors in psychopathology. Presentation and critical assessment of mental disorders classification systems (DSM-IV-TR and others).

PSY-3155: Clinical Psychopharmacology (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to provide students with extra knowledge about psychotropic drugs and nootropics used in clinical settings for the treatment of affective disorders, behavioral and cognitive. Revision of general principles of psychopharmacology. Description of the main psychotropic drugs and nootropics used in clinical psychopharmacology (such as antidepressants, anxiolytics, hypnotics, antipsychotics, mood stabilizers, stimulants, agents stimulating / enhancing cognitive function), their indications, risks and side effects.

9 SEARCH CREDITS

MAT-2902: Quantitative Methods II (3 credits)

Description

Objective: To know and apply the descriptive and inferential statistical techniques commonly used in psychology. Content: Analysis of variance in factorial design, testing various statistical indices ordinal or categorical data for tests (X2, binomial, Kruskal-Wallis, Friedman, Wilcoxon, rs Spearman, and Kendall Tau W).

PSY-3150: Directed Research I (3 credits)

Description

Production, in teams of two students, a research under the supervision of a teacher. The course allows the application of skills already acquired and the acquisition of new knowledge related to the execution of a search.

PSY-3151: Directed Research II (3 credits)

Description

Production, in teams of two students, a research under the supervision of a teacher. The course allows the application of skills already acquired and the acquisition of new knowledge related to the execution of a search.

PROFILES OF STUDY

Distinction Profile

The profile distinction is a journey of 12 credits to accelerate the transition to control with or without memory. It provides the ability to track up to 12 credits of graduate, contributory to both the bachelor and master. The student is invited to meet the directions of the first programs and graduate to find access to the profile requirements and, if necessary, to validate the content.

The student should have acquired two thirds of the program credits and have an average program of equal or greater to 4.1 / 4.33. [/su_note]

RULE 1-12 CREDITS

The profile is satisfied with the success of the following: (customize).

Entrepreneurial profile

ENT-1000: Know undertake: the passion to create and act (3 credits)

Description

This introductory course in entrepreneurship is for any student in the first cycle. It aims to develop a sense of initiative and entrepreneurship in students, to help them discover and exploit its full entrepreneurial potential. The knowledge imparted to students relate to both the entrepreneur and the creative process by which he leads his project to fruition, be it a social project, commercial, cooperative, artistic or otherwise. Concrete examples are given to illustrate the passion of entrepreneurs, their need to create and innovate and action orientation. Available in class or distance, the course plays a key role in the development of entrepreneurial skills. The course includes the realization of an entrepreneurial sketch to sensitize the students to the realities of an entrepreneurial project and develop a more just vision of the challenges to be considered. The sketch is not a comprehensive business plan, the progress of the course remains primarily the discovery and development of the entrepreneurial potential of the student and not the creation of a company.

ENT-3000: Entrepreneurial Portfolio I (3 credits)

Description

The student must be admitted to the entrepreneurial profile, Certificate in Entrepreneurship and SME management or firmware developing entrepreneurial skills and detain or above average 2.67 calculated on 24 credits or more in a program to register in this activity. The entrepreneurial portfolio allows students to develop a project related to their field of study, to establish a network of contacts and thus improve their entrepreneurial skills. Personalized support is provided by frequent meetings with a counselor Entrepreneurship throughout the project development period. Coaching facilitates the process by allowing the student to validate and deepen their project idea, to focus its efforts and develop its action plan.

ENT-3010: Entrepreneurial Portfolio II (3 credits)

Description

The student must be admitted to the entrepreneurial profile, Certificate in Entrepreneurship and SME management or firmware developing entrepreneurial skills and detain or above average 2.67 calculated on 24 credits or more in a program to register in this activity. The entrepreneurial portfolio allows students to develop a project related to their field of study, to establish a network of contacts and thus improve their entrepreneurial skills. Personalized support is provided by frequent meetings with a counselor Entrepreneurship throughout the project development period. Coaching facilitates the process by allowing the student to validate and deepen their project idea, to focus its efforts and develop its action plan.

RULE 1-3 AMONG CREDITS

MNG-2108: Achieving its entrepreneurial project (3 credits)

Description

This distance learning course is for anyone interested in a real or simulated process of making a commercial project, social, cooperative, artistic or otherwise, and who wishes to establish his own record company for the realization of his project. The concepts acquired in this course allow everyone to increase their general knowledge in the field of entrepreneurship, but especially to analyze the elements necessary for the realization of a business plan to fully determine the needs related to their project and the specific constraints on startup.

MNG-4144: Transmission and business succession (3 credits)

Description

This course covers the various aspects of the business transfer or the transfer of management and the transfer of ownership, taking into account the various actors involved in the process. Although an important place is given to the transmission of family business, the course also covers internal transmission (by employees) and external (redemption). This undergraduate course is for the person who works in a family business or aspiring to do so, and anyone who wishes to transfer his enterprise, acquire or take over. It is also of interest to the person wishing to eventually act as counsel to the parties concerned by the transfer of a business, including the seller and the buyer.

MNG-4145: Self-employment and micro-enterprise (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to present the realities of the entrepreneur who operates as a self-employed and in the context of micro-enterprise (less than five people). The participant is required to study the benefits, obligations, responsibilities, resources and proper management practices for this type of career and activities.

MNG-4146: Group Entrepreneurship: social and cooperative (3 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to familiarize the participant to the specific context of cooperative and non-profit organizations in the context of an entrepreneurial approach. The course caters for the person looking for an alternative to traditional entrepreneurship or who wants to respond associatively to a common problem.

INTERNATIONAL PROFILE

EHE-1DRT: Studies – International profile – Bachelor of Law (12 to 18 credits)

Description

Activities carried out in a university abroad, under international profile, which will be equivalencies student record upon presentation of the official transcript of the activities.

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