Curriculum

The study plan consists of 26 compulsory credits, and the program is taken in the order defined by the Academic Direction of the program and according to the schedule for each semester.

Each credit will have a face-to-face hour intensity of 12 hours. As degree requirements, the student must have completed and approved the 26 credits, and the Rosarista Chair.

Curriculum (applies to students entering from the first semester of 2015)

Total credits: 26

The Company and the Entrepreneur

2

         credits

Company Law

3

         credits

Intervention, surveillance and control

2

         credits

Securities (special part)

2

         credits

Exchange regime

1

         credits

Stock market

2

         credits

Commercial Contracting

2

         credits

Competition law

2

         credits

Consumer Law (Consumer Protection)

2

         credits

Misleading advertising and information

2

         credits

Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods

2

         credits

International trade treaties

2

         credits

E-commerce and the internet

2

         credits