Double Degree in Business Administration and Law

378 credits - Faculty of Law
Title
Official
Start Year
2013-14
Minimum number of credits to be taken in the first year
  • 48 first-year subject credits for full-time students.
  • 24 credits for part-time students.
  • After the first year of registration, there is no minimum number of credits to take.
Public tuition prices per credit . Academic Year 2018-19
  • 1st registration : 13,53€
  • 2nd registration : 30,05€
  • 3rd registration : 65,06€
  • 4th registration : 90,15€

  Skills

Specific Business Administration and Management (ADE) Skills

  1. Acquiring and understanding knowledge in the area of business administration and management from a basis of general secondary education to a level which, although based on advanced textbooks, also includes some aspects that involve knowledge of business administration and management at the vanguard.
  2. Knowing how to apply business administration and management knowledge in the workplace professionally and having the skills that are generally shown in producing and defending arguments and problem solving in the area of business administration and management.
    1. Analysing a business in its environment by using different technical tools.
      1. Being able to apply different marketing and commercial technical research tools to analyse a business and its environment.
      2. Particularly in terms of account statements, analysing a business and its environment by using different technical tools.
      3. Knowing how to use different technical financial analysis tools and taking on knowledge about how domestic and international financial markets work so as to be able to analyse a business and its environment.
      4. Knowing how to use different technical tools to analyse operations and taking on the main business theories so as to be able to analyse a business and its environment.
      5. Knowing the most common strategical analysis tools to analyse a business and its environment.
      6. Knowing and applying different technical financial analysis tools to study a business and its environment.
      7. Based on relevant business-financial data, being able to apply suitable statistical and econometric tools to analyse a business and its environment.
      8. Knowing at a basic level the legal regulatory framework that enables this aspect to be included when analysing a business and its environment.
      9. Consolidating basic mathematical knowledge to be able to understand and work with analysis techniques and tools developed in different areas.
    2. Becoming a part of any functional area at a mid- to large-sized business or organisation and easily perform any management task you are charged with.
      1. Becoming a part of the commercial department at a business and easily perform any management task you are charged with, as well as understanding commercial activities related to functional areas and the business's competitive strategy.
      2. Becoming a part of the accounts department at a business and easily perform any management task you are charged with .
      3. Becoming a part of any functional area at a mid- to large-sized business or organisation and easily perform any management task you are charged with, especially all those related to the financial economy and corporate finance .
      4. Becoming a part of any functional area at a mid- to large-sized business or organisation and easily perform any management task you are charged with, especially in terms of operations, human resources, and planning, organisation, management and control .
      5. Understanding the necessary economic theory and analysis principles to become a part of any functional area at a mid- to large-sized business or organisation and easily perform any management task you are charged with.
      6. Understanding the necessary main economic and business data sources, and analysis techniques to become a part of any functional area at a mid- to large-sized business or organisation and easily perform any management task you are charged with.
      7. Knowing the basic legal framework to enable you to become a part of any functional area at a mid- to large-sized business or organisation and easily perform any management task you are charged with.
    3. Preparing decision-making at businesses and organisations, especially in terms of operations and tactics.
      1. Preparing commercial decision-making at businesses and organisations, especially in terms of operations and tactics.
      2. Preparing administrative and accounting decision-making at businesses and organisations, especially in terms of operations and tactics.
      3. Preparing financial or financially linked decision-making at businesses and organisations, especially in terms of operations and tactics.
      4. Preparing decision-making at businesses and organisations at different stages of the administration process, especially in terms of operations and tactics, and approaching the taking of strategic decisions.
      5. Preparing decision-making in operations and in everything linked to human resources at businesses and organisations, especially in terms of operations and tactics.
      6. Knowing economic analysis fundaments and tools to prepare decision-making at businesses and organisations, especially in terms of operations and tactics.
      7. Knowing relevant economic and statistical data sources, and suitable analysis tools to prepare decision-making at businesses and organisations, especially in terms of operations and tactics.
      8. Knowing the basic legal framework to enable the preparation of decision-making at businesses and organisations, especially in terms of operations and tactics.
    4. Defending proposed solutions articulately based on acquired theoretical knowledge and techniques.

Core Business Administration and Management (ADE) Skills

  1. Ability to work in a team.
  2. Ability to adapt to new situations.
  3. Ability to communicate in English.
  4. Ability to generally use a wide selection of ICT tools.
  5. Ability to gather and interpret relevant data to issue opinions that include a reflection on relevant social, scientific or ethical topics.
  6. Being able to transmit information, ideas, problems and solutions to both a specialised and general audience.
  7. Having developed the necessary learning skills to be able to undertake later studies with a high level of independence.

Law Skills

  1. Knowledge of the social setting. Knowing and understanding the social setting, especially its territorial and economic frame of reference.
  2. Basic legal knowledge. Knowing and understanding basic legal principles, institutions, regulations and concepts, including their origin.
  3. In-depth legal knowledge. Knowing and understanding the fundaments, latest developments or emerging tendencies in some material selected by the student.
  4. Instrumental sources. Obtaining legal information (positive laws, doctrine, jurisprudence, historical sources, etc.) through instrumental sources, including electronic resources.
  5. System of sources of law. Knowing how to handle the system of sources of law, whether to identify the validity and effectiveness of a regulation in the system of sources (including the mechanisms or procedures whereby said system is enforced), or to apply a source determination method to obtain regulatory information to analyse a specific problem.
  6. Comprehension and analysis of legal texts
    1. Legal texts. Understanding, systematising, interpreting and incorporating legal texts.
    2. Comprehension and analysis of legal texts: judicial texts. Understanding, systematising and obtaining the rationale for the decision ( ratio decidendi ) of judicial texts.
    3. Comprehension and analysis of legal texts: business texts. Analysing and interpreting business and legal acts.
    4. Comprehension and analysis of legal texts: doctrinal texts. Understanding and systematising doctrinal texts .
  7. Application of Law
    1. Regulatory qualification and subsumption. Applying legal, jurisprudential or doctrinal categories and distinctions to a given statement of facts.
    2. Application of Law: selecting and obtaining facts. Selecting relevant facts in a complex factual account, identifying those missing that could have practical implications and determining how to prove them and how the burden of proof affects them.
    3. Application of Law: procedure. Identifying the judicial, administrative or private instruments available to resolve a particular problem.
    4. Application of Law: looking ahead. Forecasting future or potential legal consequences for the current enforcement of a specific act.
  8. Communication. Setting out legal ideas, proposals or solutions orderly, precisely and concisely, both orally and in writing, by adapting discourse to circumstance (recipient, unbiased or partial position, etc.).
  9. Regulations. Drafting regulatory or business texts.
  10. Teamwork. Undertaking legal tasks as a team, especially those involving interdisciplinarity, including both suitable leadership and collaboration in performing group tasks.
  11. Negotiation and mediation. Understanding and knowing how to use basic negotiating and mediating techniques in legal problems .
  12. Critical nature. Being able and having an approach to compare any legal text or information with higher values, and being able to analyse the political, social or economic impacts of a legal ruling .
  13. Independent nature. Students should be able to face up to new problems and requirements .
  14. Knowledge of English. Intermediate skills in English comprehension, speaking and writing .
  15. ITC skills. User-level skills in basic computer tools.