University Master's Degree in Innovation in the Social and Educational Intervention - 4th edition
Online teaching organisation
Online Mode: 100% online.
Blended Mode: More than 90% of the classes are online. Face-to-face classes take place a Friday per month, from 10 to 14h and 15 to 19h. Class schedule 2020-21.
The training activities include classes, documentary and/or audiovisual work, webinars and seminars, debating forums, case studies, workshops and real-life experience of innovative socio-educational projects, among other aspects.
Students attend group and individual tutorials throughout the year.
How is online teaching organised?
- Online teaching is provided via the URV's online campus (Moodle) and the Microsoft Teams programme (including the Moodle space of each subject).
- It combines live, streamed sessions and pre-recorded sessions.
- The live sessions will always be scheduled for Friday afternoons and are recorded so that students can watch them whenever they are able to.
How is the programme assessed?
- The assessed activities consist of different types of practical and collaborative assignments.
- There are no exams.
Master's degree final project
Guide to the Master’s Thesis subject of Faculty of Legal Sciences.