Master in Research in Economics and Business
Objectives: The attainment of the student of the advanced training necessary, along with the development of the specific skills, so that, on completing the course successfully, they have the skills of a researcher that will enable them to undertake investigative work in economic sciences and in the management and running of organisations, individually and independently, and to begin Doctorate studies.
The Masters qualification comprises 60 ECTS credits distributed in an academic year. Of the total number of credits, 6 correspond to mandatory material covered to which are added 24 credits of an optional nature to be chosen methodologies, connected subjects, practical work in a company, and 30 credits for the mandatory Final Masters Project. Teaching will be semi-classroom based, with the support of technologies that facilitate distance learning by the students.The masters will be given in Spanish, except for some optional subjects that will be given in English.From the start of the Masters, the student will have a director of the Masters Final Project assigned to them, who will also work as their course tutor, advising them on the choice of optional material.
Students in possession of a full degree, engineering, technical engineering and graduate qualifications, with a sufficient level of English to study subjects given in this language, and who are interested in acquiring knowledge and developing skills as researchers in the area of economic sciences and running and directing organisations.
Inicio en el mes de octubre o en el mes de febrero del curso académico.
€13.800 (230 € ECTS) (course 2012/13)
Given the nature of the Masters, we recommend that the student is in possession of a university qualification equivalent to a degree in Business Administration and Direction or similar.
The student should possess and understand the knowledge about the different areas of the world of the enterprise, as well as other knowledge of a more general nature such as computer sciences and an accredited level of English sufficient to study the subject matter given in this language. For graduates coming from technical and scientific areas, the Masters Assessment Committee can decide on the need for complementary training.
All the candidates who wish so will be assessed in a personalised way in order to discover their interests, their academic and personal profile and their specific needs, if this is the case.