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University Master's Degree in Advanced Research in Humanistic Studies - 2nd. edition

University Master's Degree in Advanced Research in Humanistic Studies

Programme

YEAR COMPULSORY
CREDITS
OPTIONAL
CREDITS
WORK PLACEMENT CREDITS MASTER'S
THESIS CREDITS
TOTALS
1st  18 24 6 12 60
TOTALS 18 24 6 12 60
FIRST YEAR: Compulsory subjects
CODE SUBJECT CREDITS
Yearly subjects
12875401 Work Placement 6
12875301 Master's Thesis 12
First semester
12875101 Communication and Research Transfer 6
12875102 Digital Humanities and the Humanistic Sciences 6
Second semester
12875103 Management, Visibility and Evaluation of Research 6
OPTIONAL SUBJECTS

Students can study between 18 and 21 optional ECTS credits from different specialities or study 18 ECTS credits from a single speciality (* or **) so that this is then included on their degree certificate. They can register for further common optional subjects in order to arrive at the required number of 24 ECTS credits.

CODE SUBJECT CREDITS SUBJECTS OFFERED 2020-21
12875201 Art, Politics and Society * 3 Yes
12875202 Democracies, Dictatorships, Fascisms and Populisms in Europe and America in the 20th Century * 3 Yes
12875203 War and Diplomacy * 3 Yes
12875204 Cultural Exchanges and Artistic Influences * 3 Yes
12875205 Sociabilities and the Construction of Citizenship * 3 Yes
12875206 Uses and Functions of Images * 3 Yes
CODE SUBJECT CREDITS SUBJECTS OFFERED 2020-21
12875207 Theoretical Currents and Methods of Literary Analysis ** 3 Yes
12875208 Textual Studies: from Creation to Publication ** 3 Yes
12875209 Literature and Culture: Contexts and Validities ** 3 Yes
12875210 Theoretical and Formal Models in Linguistic Research ** 3 Yes
12875211 Research Methods in Applied Linguistics ** 3 Yes
12875212 Variation and Linguistic Norms ** 3 Yes

The student must register for between 3 and 6 ECTS credits from the following offer to make up the full 24 optional credits:

CODE SUBJECT CREDITS SUBJECTS OFFERED 2020-21
12875213 Art and Heritage versus Tourism and Leisure? 3 No
12875214 Contemporary Philosophical Currents 3 Yes
12875215 Ethnopoetics and Oral Narratives 3 No
12875216 Human Evolution 3 No
12875217 Classical Sources for Research in Humanities 6 Yes
12875218 War, Power and Society in Antiquity 3 No
12875219 Humanism, Enlightenment and Liberalism 3 No
12875220 Image, Imagination and Thought 3 No
12875221 Research Methods in Historical Linguistics 3 No
12875222 Religion and Mythology in the Classical World 3 Yes
12875223 Power in the Middle Ages 3 No
12875224 Theatre and Identity in the Middle Ages 3 No
12875225 Research Methodology Applied to Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language  3 Yes
12875226 Learning and Teaching of Foreign Languages 3 Yes
12875227 Sacred and Profane Art in the Middle Ages 3 Yes

- Bridging courses for students who have History and the History of Art Studies

CODE SUBJECT CREDITS
12254105 Romance Literature 6
12254115 Latin 6

 – Bridging courses for students who have Linguistics and Literary Studies

CODE SUBJECT CREDITS
12304103 Visuals Arts: Experiencies, Protagonists and Uses 6
12294105 Contemporary Society and Culture 6

  – Bridging courses for students who have studied others specialities

CODE SUBJECT CREDITS
12304103 Visuals Arts: Experiencies, Protagonists and Uses 6
12254105 Romance Literature 6
12254115 Latin 6
12294105 Contemporary Society and Culture 6

After checking the candidate's transcript, the body responsible for admission can decide that the student must attend and satisfactorily complete some of the subjects that are programmed as bridging courses.