Study plan submission

Each student must present at least one plan of study before applying for graduation.

To graduate, students must have passed all courses included in their latest approved plan of study. If, at the time of applying for graduation the courses indicated in the plan of study do not correspond to those actually passed, the student cannot graduate.

When and how to present it

The Programme Structure of each degree programmes indicates the programme year (2nd, 3rd or 4th year) in which the student must present a plan of study. In any case, students can access UNIMIA to find out whether they must submit a plan of study and the deadline for submission.

For all bachelor's, master's and single cycle degrees, the plan of study is submitted online by accessing online services from UNIMIA.

Once the plans of study are submitted - starting the day after the deadline - those that satisfy the curricular requirements set out in the degree programme regulations are automatically approved by the system, unless otherwise provided for by the relevant Course Coordination Committee.

The student may also add elective courses to the plan of study. Whether the selected courses are coherent with the course of study, for cases in which it is not already established by the degree programme Regulations, is assessed on a case-by-case basis by the relevant Course Coordination Committee.

Only approved plans of study are entered into the student's academic record.

For certain degree programmes in Law, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Science and Technology, Political, Economic and Social Sciences and the Humanities, the plan of study must be submitted in accordance with specific procedures and deadlines. Contact Infostudenti for more information.

The study plans for computer science degree programmes

A study plan is valid (and will therefore certainly be approved) if it complies with the Study Programme for the academic year of initial enrolment. It is the official document defining your individual degree programme. The Study Programme is available in the courses section.
Should your study plan not be approved, you will be notified by email and may re-submit (once) an amended study plan to academic services within the terms provided in the email, otherwise you will have to wait until next year.

In addition to the rules specified by the Study Programme (with the list of mandatory and elective courses), you should avoid incompatible courses
As a matter of fact, some courses are mutually incompatible, for various reasons, and cannot be both included in the study plan. For instance, in the Master's degree programme in Computer Science, the same courses taught in Italian and English are incompatible. 
You can find a list of incompatible exams in the attached file. (The list is not exhaustive: in addition to these, there are special cases of incompatibility due to overlapping with previous courses that are now inactive).

Note for students of the Bachelor's degree programme in Computer systems and networks security who intend to continue their studies with a Master's degree programme in Informatics security: If you take a Master's degree course as an elective during the Bachelor's degree programme, you will have to replace that course with another one in the same academic field (IUS/01, SECS-P/10, INF/01, ...) in your study plan for the Master's degree programme.