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Master's Degree in English Studies: Profess. Applicat.& Intercult.Communica  >>

Study Plan

Distribution of the syllabus in ECTS credits by type of subject matters

Tipo de materia It.1 Aplicaciones profesionales It.2 Investigación y Docencia
obligatoria 42 48
optativa - -
prácticas externas 12 -
trabajo fin de máster 6 12
Total 60

Structure of the Degree

The Master in English Studies has two possible itineraries:

Itinerary 1: Professional Applications

  1. Compulsory common subjects: 18 credits.
  2. Compulsory: 24 credits.
  3. External Internships: 12 credits.
  4. End of Master Dissertation: 6 credits.
  5. Total: 60 credits.

Itinerary 2: Research and Teaching

  1. Compulsory common subjects: 18 credits.
  2. Compulsory: 30 credits.
  3. End of Master Dissertation: 12 credits.
  4. Total: 60 credits.

 

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Structure of the Master in English Studies

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This Master is comprised by three modules. Students must follow the subject matters in module 1 and, depending on the itinerary they choose, they must complete subject matters in module 2 (Itinerary 2) or those of module 3 (Itinerary 3).

The Master is divided into two terms. In each term, students must follow 30 credits, and they may complete the total 60 credits in one year. The first term contains the common subjects for both itineraries of the Master, i.e., those of Module 1. They may also follow some subjects of their chosen itinerary, i.e. of Module 2 and 3. The second term contains all the rest of specific subjects for their chosen itinerary, i.e., of Modules 2 and 3. In the last phase of the Master students undertake an End of Master Dissertation, or an End of Master Dissertation together with an external internship in a company (Practicum), depending on the itinerary they have chosen (see point 5 below for more details).

 

Specialities / Itineraries

The degrees have been configured so, once completed, students may obtain a specialization. These specializations can be called by different names, although the most common ones are "Speciality", "Curricular Itinerary" or "Mention".

The “Master in English Studies: Professional Applications and Intercultural Communication” has the following Itineraries:

 

 

  • Research and Teaching Itinerary
  • Itinerary - Professional applications

The student must necessarily select one of these itineraries. Check the subjects of each itinerary in the section "subjects ordered by modules" on this same page

Subjects

Prerequisites and Corequisites

The Syllabus may include special conditions required for registration or for studying one or more of its subjects. These conditions are the PREREQUISITES: Subject or group of subjects, called "key" subjects, which must have been studied or passed before

The “Master in English Studies: professional Applications and Intercultural Communication", has no established prerequisite.

Updated by: Training, Syllabi and Teaching Organization Service

Date: 7 June 2011

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