In line with the decree, the Master en droit à horaire décalé amounts to a minimum of 120 credits, spread out over two years of study, each corresponding to 60 credits.
For the student, the programme is made up of four broad, coherent sections: core courses (53 credits), a dissertation (and accompanying seminar : 17 credits), a focus (30 credits) and optional courses (20 credits).
Due to the cost of the programme and the availability of the teachers, the Master en droit à horaire décalé is divided into biennial teaching modules (module A and module B). Students in Master 1 and Master 2 take the organised module during the academic year in which they are enrolled.
The first module consists of four core courses and three focus courses.
The second module consists of the three other core courses and the three other focus courses. Added to this is an optional course.
In addition to the module (A or B, depending on the academic year in which he is enrolled), the Master 1 student undertakes practical work, an option totalling 15 credits (or three optional courses) and a seminar accompanying the dissertation.
In addition to the module (A or B, depending on the academic year in which he is enrolled), the Master 2 student undertakes practical work and writes a dissertation.
Consult the composition of the modules.
For a programme-type, and regardless of the focus, options/or elective courses selected, this master will carry a minimum of 120 credits divided over two annual units, corresponding to 60 credits each.