Masters in Social Sciences in Spain

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Social Sciences

A masters is awarded to students who have completed postgraduate level study in a specific field of study or area of professional practice while demonstrating a high level of mastery during the process.

Social Sciences programs usually include courses in psychology, sociology and ethics that teach students how to channel their natural compassion into useful, effective action that helps vulnerable populations such as abuse victims, substance abusers, criminals and the disabled. Career opportunities include treatment facilities, home healthcare, non-profit organizations and government agencies.

Spain (Spanish: España) is a diverse country sharing the Iberian Peninsula with Portugal at the western end of the Mediterranean Sea. Spain is considered an exotic country in Europe due to its friendly inhabitants and relaxed lifestyle. The normal duration for University courses in Spain is 4 years, except Medicine and the double degrees, which are 6. Madrid and Barcelona are well known cities around world for its cuisine, vibrant nightlife, and world-famous folklore and festivities.

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Master in Liberal Studies

European College for Liberal Studies
Campus Full time Part time 9 - 12 months September 2017 Spain Madrid + 1 more

MLS - Master in Liberal Studies (60 credits) [+]

Best Masters in Social Sciences in Spain 2017. Our graduate programs, each with different program requirements, are based on and are fully compatible with the established European and American educational systems. The European guidelines for higher education are outlined in the Bologna agreements. Once a minimum number of credits has been earned, a request for graduation can be submitted. Not all programs are offered at all campuses. Refer to the program schedule for further details. Courses Graduate courses are divided into core courses and specialization courses. Electives can be chosen from any of the scheduled courses offered at the graduate level. Specialization courses are scheduled based on enrollments and may not be available at all campuses. Specialization courses scheduled are available to all students also as electives. Refer to the program schedule for further details. Refer to the course overview for the list of available courses. Students are recommended to complete courses and earn credits at the highest level possible. Program requirements Total 60 credits Electives 52 credits / 26 courses Thesis 8 credits Switching to another program once the studies have started is possible as long as the program requirements are met by the end of the studies. Therefore, the decision to switch should be made as early as possible to avoid not meeting the program requirements within the intended program duration. Admission requirements proficiency in the English language Bachelor degree (or equivalent) No distinction is made between academic or professional Bachelor degrees. Degrees with 180 European credits or 120 American semester credits are considered equivalent. Students who do not hold a Bachelor degree or equivalent should apply for a Bachelor degree program, or for the Undergraduate Diploma top-up program. CAREER PERSPECTIVES Our study programs and courses are career-oriented in nature and provide students with a high level of flexibility throughout their graduate studies. Focusing on a broad range of specialized subject matters, students are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to be successful in today’s global economy, and are prepared for a wide variety of professional development and career opportunities. Graduate programs are an excellent choice for recent college and university graduates who would like to see their employability in today's job market increase by engaging in rigorous and academically challenging graduate studies to obtain a relevant academic qualification in the field of liberal arts. Upon graduation, students mainly start or advance their careers with mid to upper-level positions in national and multinational companies and organizations in various economic sectors. Students can also choose to continue their studies without interruption in almost any of our other graduate and postgraduate programs to further enhance their career prospects. [-]

Research Master in Sociology and Demography

Universitat Pompeu Fabra Barcelona
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years September 2017 Spain Barcelona + 1 more

The master's programme in Sociology and Demography trains professionals to conduct high-quality research on key socio-demographic aspects of modern societies. In these turbulent times, it is more important than ever to determine which dynamics affect individuals and families and how the financial crisis is impacting various groups. This programme provides students with state-of-the-art methodological tools to answer questions such as... [+]

Research Master in Sociology and Demography The master's programme in Sociology and Demography trains professionals to conduct high-quality research on key socio-demographic aspects of modern societies. In these turbulent times, it is more important than ever to determine which dynamics affect individuals and families and how the financial crisis is impacting various groups. This programme provides students with state-of-the-art methodological tools to answer questions such as: What impact has the crisis had on social inequalities and social cohesion? How has it affected people's living and working conditions? How has it affected their health? What effect has it had on people's chances for educational and occupational mobility? What strategies have people chosen to deal with the crisis and how have they affected family structures, marriage and young people's ability to strike out on their own? What role do women play in the household economy today and how has it affected gender relations? Has the crisis hit all social classes, countries and welfare states equally hard? Is it possible to grow without sacrificing social cohesion? With what policies? The programme's content allows students to explore these and other important questions related to social organization from a dynamic perspective, identifying the opportunities, needs and problems that arise for individuals in different stages of their lives. It moreover does so from a comparative international perspective in order to address the role of social and institutional factors in explaining imbalances and social dynamics. Objectives The master's programme's primary aim is to provide solid research training to social science professionals. Students will thus learn to formulate and empirically test alternative theories on the main socio-demographic changes and the origin of inequalities in modern societies. The programme's approach is both analytical and empirical. To this end, students are trained in the most widely used theoretical approaches taken by the scientific community to gain insight into current socio-demographic structures and dynamics. At the same time, however, they learn to test the validity of their theoretical hypotheses using the latest analytical techniques. The programme covers theoretical approaches and analytical techniques from both demography and sociology. On the one hand, it explores the demographic dynamics (fertility, mortality, ageing, migratory flows, etc.) affecting both human populations at large and key institutions within them (such as the family, school or work) using the best statistical techniques available today. On the other hand, it uses multidisciplinary research techniques to examine the most important social phenomena (poverty, social cohesion, social mobility, etc.) arising from social relations of rivalry, power and cooperation. The result is a unique and innovative approach that looks at the interplay between demographic and social dynamics in order to further our understanding of the directions in which modern societies are headed. Who is it for? This master's programme is aimed at university graduates and professionals seeking world-class research-oriented training in the field of the social sciences based on a socio-demographic approach that takes into account both the population dynamics and social structures of advanced societies. Candidates must certify completion of an undergraduate degree equivalent to 240 ECTS credits and a strong command of English (e.g., a score of 220 on the TOEFL), as all subjects for the programme will be taught in that language. Structure This master's programme is research-oriented. Students must complete a total of 60 credits, in accordance with the following breakdown: 30 credits' worth of compulsory subjects, 10 credits' worth of optional subjects, and a compulsory final research project worth 20 credits. All subjects are worth 5 credits each. Content Compulsory subjects (30 credits) Analysis of Social Inequalities (5 credits) Family, Gender and Society (5 credits) Demographic Changes and Social Dynamics (5 credits) Social Policy and the Welfare State (5 credits) Statistical Analysis Techniques I (5 credits) Statistical Analysis Techniques II (5 credits) Optional subjects (10 credits) Migration and Society (5 credits) Labour Economics (5 credits) Fundamentals of Political and Social Research (5 credits) Qualitative Research Methods (5 credits) Research Seminar and Data Analysis Master's Degree Final Project (20 credits) Knowledge, skills and competences acquired General Ability to: Manage, analyse and synthesize information. Participate in interdisciplinary teams and communicate with the international scientific community in one's native language and in English. Generate new, quality ideas independently. Specific Ability to: Identify the socio-demographic structures of modern societies. Grasp the most important demographic dynamics affecting the life cycle: fertility, mortality, family formation, migratory flows, ageing, etc. Understand the main social phenomena affecting modern societies: social stratification and mobility, inequalities, reconciliation of household and paid work, etc. Analyse and synthesize the state of affairs with regard to a given research topic. Find suitable sources of data. Select relevant variables and build reliable indicators. Organize and plan research. Use advanced statistical methods and techniques. Adapt to new issues and problems. Design and evaluate public policies for addressing social problems, identifying weaknesses and conflicts. Career prospects The multidisciplinary training offered by the research master's programme in Sociology and Demography, along with its emphasis on quantitative research methods, prepares students for successful careers in the following fields: Doctoral programmes in the social sciences. Research and management at international organizations. Analyst work for public and private social science research centres both in Spain and abroad. Analyst work for local, regional and national governments, non-governmental organizations, etc. Institutional consulting. Analyst work at demographic research centres and statistics institutes. Socio-labour audits. Current public affairs analysis and/or journalism. The training provided moreover constitutes a sound basis for students who would like to pursue doctoral studies. Some of the programme's graduates have gone on to brilliant careers at such internationally renowned universities as Princeton, Yale, Stockholm and the London School of Economics. The master's programme is also quite useful for students seeking to pursue empirical research careers at international organizations, public authorities, or private organizations interested in analysing socio-demographic changes and the challenges they pose for social policy. To this end, it prepares students for a successful career as a: Specialist in the sociology of the family. Specialist in the sociology of migration. Social welfare specialist. Specialist in assessing social needs and the impact of social policy. Job market analyst. General management specialist. Advisor to politicians and parliamentary groups. [-]

Máster Universitario En Igualdad Y Género En El ámbito Público Y Privado

Jaume I University (Universitat Jaume I)
Online Part time 1 year September 2017 Spain Castellón

La aplicación de la Ley Orgánica para la Igualdad de Mujeres y Hombres ha hecho crecer un terreno profesional en el que las entidades públicas y privadas precisan contar con personal altamente cualificado [+]

Best Masters in Social Sciences in Spain 2017. La aplicación de la Ley Orgánica para la Igualdad de Mujeres y Hombres ha hecho crecer un terreno profesional en el que las entidades públicas y privadas precisan contar con personal altamente cualificado para elaborar, ejecutar, evaluar y comunicar acciones de igualdad. El máster en Igualdad y Género en el Ámbito Público y Privado ofrece un completo programa formativo de postgrado elaborado por equipos docentes e investigadores especializados de la Universitat Jaume I y de la Universidad Miguel Hernández de Elche, con la participación de la Universidad de Alicante y la Fundación Isonomía. El Máster ofrece a su estudiantado los siguientes resultados: - Capacitarlo académicamente en la comprensión de la perspectiva de género y en su aplicación como metodología para el análisis y transformación de la realidad social discriminatoria - Formarlo adecuadamente en la normativa internacional, europea, estatal y autonómica en materia de igualdad de oportunidades entre mujeres y hombres - Formar agentes de igualdad. - Formar personal experto en prevención de la violencia de género. - Formar profesionales con capacidad para llevar a cabo auditorías de igualdad en entidades públicas y privadas. - Formar profesionales con alta calificación en la intervención ante situaciones de violencia de género. - Formar personal investigador para diseñar, financiar, desarrollar y divulgar una investigación científica en el campo de los estudios de las mujeres, feministas y de género. - Mejorar sus competencias, habilidades y destrezas informáticas Este máster (que se presenta en la modalidad a distancia) ha sido aprobado por el Consejo de Universidades como título oficial de postgrado, con validez en todo el territorio español. También cuenta con el informe favorable de la Agencia Nacional de Evaluación de la Calidad y Acreditación. La modificación del plan de estudios del máster obtuvo el informe favorable de la Agencia Nacional de Evaluación de la Calidad y Acreditación en julio de 2013. Tipo de enseñanza El Máster Universitario es @ distancia. La docencia se imparte en línea (on line) a través del entorno virtual de aprendizaje MoodleTM. Duración y calendario Un curso académico (septiembre 2014 / septiembre 2015) Créditos e importe 60 Créditos ECTS (European Credit Transfer System). De acuerdo con las tasas oficiales establecidas para el curso académico 2013-2014, el precio del crédito ha quedado fijado en 46,20 euros (DOCV 29 de julio de 2013). Esto supone que el precio total del Máster puede situarse entorno a los 2.500 euros. Requisitos de acceso obligatorios El acceso a los másteres universitarios está regulado en el artículo 16 del Real Decreto 1393/2007, de 29 de octubre, por el que se establece la ordenación de las enseñanzas universitarias oficiales. Para acceder a un máster universitario hay que estar en una de las siguientes situaciones: - Alumnado con el título universitario oficial español. Para acceder a los estudios de máster se debe estar en posesión del título de grado o de un título declarado expresamente equivalente. Los títulos de diplomatura, arquitectura técnica o ingeniería técnica y de licenciatura, arquitecto o ingeniería superior dan acceso a los estudios de máster. - Alumnado con título expedido por una institución de educación superior del espacio europeo. No es necesaria la homologación del título, con la comprobación previa, por parte de la universidad, que los estudios facultan en el país expedidor del título para el acceso a enseñanzas de máster. - Alumnado con título de educación superior de acuerdo con sistemas educativos ajenos al espacio europeo de educación superior (EEES). No es necesaria la homologación del título, pero sí la comprobación previa por parte de la universidad que los estudios facultan en el país expedidor del título para el acceso a enseñanzas de máster. Las personas que soliciten el acceso a máster y estén en posesión de un título universitario extranjero que sea conforme a un sistema educativo de fuera del EEES y no lo tengan homologado, obligatoriamente en el momento de realizar la preinscripción deberán abonar la tasa establecida en el decreto de tasas. Este abono será indispensable para completar el proceso de preinscripción. - Alumnado con estudios parciales de máster universitario o doctorado, en el marco de la legislación anterior al RD 1393/2007. El alumnado que haya cursado estudios de máster universitario o doctorado, en el marco de la legislación anterior al RD 1393/2007, puede acceder alos estudios de máster y obtener el título oficial. Una vez haya sido admitido, puede solicitar el reconocimiento de los créditos superados. - Profesorado de esta Universitat. El profesorado titular de escuela universitaria, colaborador, asociado y visitante de la Universitat Jaume I que tenga una titulación superior y desee cursar estudios universitarios de máster en esta universidad tiene que tener la correspondiente autorización del Rectorado para poder matricularse, de acuerdo con el Real Decreto 898/1985, de 30 de abril, sobre régimen del profesorado universitario y el Decreto 174/2002, de 15 de octubre, del Gobierno Valenciano, sobre régimen y retribuciones del personal docente e investigador contratado laboral de las universidades públicas y sobre retribuciones adicionales del profesorado universitario. [-]

Máster Universitario En Investigación Aplicada En Estudios Feministas, De Género Y Ciudadanía

Jaume I University (Universitat Jaume I)
Online Part time 1 year October 2017 Spain Castellón

En los nuevos planes de estudio de las enseñanzas no universitarias y del Espacio Europeo de Educación Superior la educación para la ciudadanía y la igualdad tienen un papel esencial. Desde nuestra condición de humanistas y feministas ofrecemos un Máster que aúna ambos aspectos, sobre todo [+]

Este máster se centra en tres ejes fundamentales: los estudios de género, el feminismo y la ciudadanía, todos ellos valores básicos en los proyectos investigadores. Estos estudios se abordan desde una perspectiva multidisciplinar que procura al estudiantado tanto una visión de las teorías del feminismo y de los estudios de género como una aplicación de estas teorías a distintos ámbitos, desde el histórico al sociológico o psicológico o los relacionados con la creación artística o literaria; sin olvidar la dimensión económica, jurídica o científica. El máster está adscrito a la Facultad de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales (FCHS) de la Universitat Jaume I. Tipo de enseñanza La enseñanza es a distancia. Duración y calendario Duración: un curso académico (octubre 2014 / septiembre 2015). Créditos e importe 60 créditos ECTS (European Credit Transfer System). Según tasas oficiales pendientes de publicar. Precio en el curso 2013/14: 46,20 €/crédito. Requisitos de acceso obligatorios El acceso a los másteres universitarios está regulado en el artículo 16 del Real Decreto 1393/2007, de 29 de octubre, por el que se establece la ordenación de las enseñanzas universitarias oficiales. Para acceder a un máster universitario hay que estar en una de las siguientes situaciones: - Alumnado con el título universitario oficial español. Para acceder a los estudios de máster se debe estar en posesión del título de grado o de un título declarado expresamente equivalente. Los títulos de diplomatura, arquitectura técnica o ingeniería técnica y de licenciatura, arquitecto o ingeniería superior dan acceso a los estudios de máster. - Alumnado con título expedido por una institución de educación superior del espacio europeo. No es necesaria la homologación del título, con la comprobación previa, por parte de la universidad, que los estudios facultan en el país expedidor del título para el acceso a enseñanzas de máster. - Alumnado con título de educación superior de acuerdo con sistemas educativos ajenos al espacio europeo de educación superior (EEES). No es necesaria la homologación del título, pero sí la comprobación previa por parte de la universidad que los estudios facultan en el país expedidor del título para el acceso a enseñanzas de máster. Las personas que soliciten el acceso a máster y estén en posesión de un título universitario extranjero que sea conforme a un sistema educativo de fuera del EEES y no lo tengan homologado, obligatoriamente en el momento de realizar la preinscripción deberán abonar la tasa establecida en el decreto de tasas. Este abono será indispensable para completar el proceso de preinscripción. - Alumnado con estudios parciales de máster universitario o doctorado, en el marco de la legislación anterior al RD 1393/2007. El alumnado que haya cursado estudios de máster universitario o doctorado, en el marco de la legislación anterior al RD 1393/2007, puede acceder alos estudios de máster y obtener el título oficial. Una vez haya sido admitido, puede solicitar el reconocimiento de los créditos superados. Profesorado de esta Universitat. - El profesorado titular de escuela universitaria, colaborador, asociado y visitante de la Universitat Jaume I que tenga una titulación superior y desee cursar estudios universitarios de máster en esta universidad tiene que tener la correspondiente autorización del Rectorado para poder matricularse, de acuerdo con el Real Decreto 898/1985, de 30 de abril, sobre régimen del profesorado universitario y el Decreto 174/2002, de 15 de octubre, del Gobierno Valenciano, sobre régimen y retribuciones del personal docente e investigador contratado laboral de las universidades públicas y sobre retribuciones adicionales del profesorado universitario. [-]

Master's Degree In Science Communication

VIU Valencian International University
Online Part time 1 - 1 year September 2017 Spain Valencia

The Master's Degree in Social Communication of Scientific Research aims: to train professionals in science communication, a profile increasingly demanded by centers R & D + I, the media, universities, laboratories and companies related to science and technology. Train scientific researchers to communicate their work and provide specific training to journalists to properly treat his publications on scientific and social culture. [+]

Best Masters in Social Sciences in Spain 2017. Master in Science Communication The Master's Degree in Social Communication of Scientific Research aims to train professionals in science communication, a profile increasingly demanded by centers R & D + I, the media, universities, laboratories and companies related to science and technology. Train scientific researchers to communicate their work and provide specific training to journalists to properly treat his publications on scientific and social culture. Career prospects Specialized in communication science as a basis for training journalists, communicators and scientists Outreach and scientific dissemination in universities, media, laboratories, various research institutions, museums, cultural centers and businesses with an outreach component of science Practices Students will conduct an informative scientific research topic among worked on the course, and will have the way it is done in international journals with greater impact. GOALS The overall objective of the title is based on a multidisciplinary approach, train researchers / as quality in scientific communication and in the thematic area of ​​risk communication (food crisis, energy issues, environmental disasters, pandemics, etc.), paying particular attention to interactions between science - technology - society. From a specific point of view and in order to provide students with the necessary skills related to the theoretical background of the title (Philosophy, Sociology and History of Science and Technology, studies on scientific and technical innovation, the environment provides content virtual, communication ...), training in methods and techniques of communication, familiarity with the languages ​​and styles of scientific communication and risk, knowledge about space and resources to promote scientific culture, and practical information on the various formats of communication field. Admission Profile This title is aimed at: Professionals with university degree (preferably Audiovisual Communication, Advertising and Public Relations, Journalism or related university degrees) who wish to acquire specific skills in communication on scientific and technological issues. Graduates in scientific or technological subjects who wish to acquire a specific job training related to scientific communication in companies, research centers, universities, administration, etc. And in general, all professionals and university graduates who require specific training in communication of contemporary scientific culture to pursue a line of research in this field. Admission Requirements  Students interested in participating in the admissions process should follow these steps: Formalize the request for admission through the registration form. Send e-mail to the address: documentacion@campusviu.es, the following documents: Curriculum Vitae updated. Photocopy of identity card, passport or NIE. Certified / legalized university degree that gives access to the master copy. Certified / legalized copy of the official transcript. [-]

Master in Food, Society and International Food Governance

UOC Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Campus Full time October 2017 Spain Barcelona

The way food is produced, processed and what is eaten has changed significantly over time. Whereas it is likely that our great-grandparents ate predominantly local and seasonal foods, today, it is estimated that the average meal travels over 2,400 km, from field to fork. As our food is transported around the world, it is subject to myriad rules and regulations. [+]

The way food is produced, processed and what is eaten has changed significantly over time. Whereas it is likely that our great-grandparents ate predominantly local and seasonal foods, today, it is estimated that the average meal travels over 2,400 km, from field to fork. As our food is transported around the world, it is subject to myriad rules and regulations. Food plays a central role in our societies, cultures, economies and personal lives, but few understand how food makes it to our plates. The Master's in Food, Society and International Food Governance clarifies this process. This programme is designed for individuals interested in enhancing their understanding and analysis of agriculture and food policy, and increasing their understanding of the social, cultural and economic factors that influence and shape the development and enforcement of agriculture governance. This combination presents an opportunity to explore connections between the historical, political, scientific, strategic and ethical considerations involved in the organization of food policy and agriculture internationally. The programme trains students to identify and generate solutions for just and sustainable food systems. It attracts a diversity of learners from professionals to those just starting their careers. All of our students share an interest in the organization of food systems and in food governance. The Master's is made up of two mandatory Specialisations, two elected Specialisations and a Final Research Project. A Specialisation is a 4 month, 15 ECTS credit course made up of a series of modules (usually 3 or 4). The Specialisations can be taken independently or as part of the Master's. Mandatory Specialisations: Food Systems Analysis International Agri-Food Policy Elective Specialisations: Food and Society Food Regulation (with MSU's IFLR) Food Security: Assessment and Action (with FAO) Impact Assessment of Food Security Progammes Understanding the Right to Food Final Research Project The Master's in Food, Society and International Food Governance provides you with an opportunity to pursue a research topic in your area of interest. You may collaborate with your employer to develop a project or you may opt to undertake an independent research project. A UOC advisor must approve your research question and will work with you to carry out the research in an appropriate and timely fashion. This Final Research Project (6 or 9 ECTS) is required to complete the Master's in Food, Society and International Food Governance and is to be completed over the duration of the Master's programme. In general, research will be multi-disciplinary and will have a practical application. The Final Research Project will be evaluated by an Academic Committee. The Committee can include a mentor from your company or organization. Agreements with industry on confidentiality are always strictly taken into account. Students must defend their project. This can be done virtually (as long as it is synchronous) or in person. Completing the Final Research Project is a major task that requires patience and dedication. We will work with you to make it manageable and make sure that you acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to excel at the task. Objectives To provide students with the tools and knowledge to analyse and understand: Food systems and their role in society; How food and agriculture are regulated nationally and internationally; How agencies and institutions regulate agriculture and food nationally and internationally. To provide a framework for the exchange of knowledge, experiences, programmes and viewpoints among players, including other universities, researchers, professionals, civil service, private sector and government. To develop a comprehensive understanding of food systems in a local, regional and global context. To develop awareness of the role that food and food policy play across cultures, historically and in contemporary societies. To develop an understanding of the relationships between economics, environment, society, culture and agri-food policy. To develop a comprehensive understanding of international agriculture and food regulatory agencies. To develop the capacity to critically analyse and address issues of governance within food systems. To develop the capacity to apply theory and knowledge to policy analysis. To develop knowledge of how policy interventions affect food security and agricultural production. To develop an understanding of the relationships between economics, environment, society, culture and agri-food policy. To develop a comprehensive understanding of agricultural regulations and standards and their local and international implications. To develop an understanding of international agriculture and food regulatory agencies and corresponding legal texts. To develop a comprehensive understanding of agricultural regulations as they relate to specific regions as well as their implications internationally. To develop competence in approaching a research problem in the area of food systems. To develop competence in articulating a research question, data collection and articulating research results. To develop competence in critically evaluating research. Competencies This programme will prepare you to meet the demand for knowledgeable and well-trained food systems analysts and leaders, by fostering practical and critical learning with an international perspective. The courses are geared towards: Individuals working in NGOs and community organizations that address issues related to food and agriculture. Individuals working in the agri-food sector. Public administrators. Civil Servants. Policy analysts. Consultants. Lawyers. Journalists specializing in food politics. Professional organizations or international cooperation projects that address issues linked to food and agriculture. Students wishing further education on issues of agri-food governance. Providing students with the necessary tools for improving their employability, giving them the right to knowledge and education to be successful in the different occupations they will have during their lives, is a fundamental purpose of our postgraduate programmes. Student profile The Master's of Food, Society and International Agri-Food Governance students typically have backgrounds in a field related to the agri-food sector, or an academic background in agriculture, anthropology, economics, environmental studies, development, public health or sociology. The programme attracts people who wish to specialise in the agri-food sector, as well as those interested working in this field. Many already have work experience in the agri-food sector and are looking to broaden their knowledge and skills so as to advance their careers. Learning resources Materials will be in English and will include written course materials, relevant websites, academic articles, books and magazine articles, among others. Academic requirements The Master's in Food, Society and International Food Governance is open to everyone with a good grasp of English. The UOC is an open university which means that even if you do not have a high school diploma or university degree you can still take our courses. However, to be eligible for the Master's Degree you must have a recognised university degree. If you do not have a recognised university degree then you will receive an equivalency certificate instead of a degree. Prior knowledge The course materials and teaching language is English. A strong grasp of English is required for this programme. Degrees Once the overall assessment process has been completed successfully, the UOC will issue a Master Diploma/ Postgraduate Diploma/Specialization Certificate to those participants with an accredited university qualification that is valid in Spain. Should you not have such a qualification, a Certificate will be issued. [-]

Masters In Nonverbal Communication

Campus Stellae Instituto Europeo
Online Full time Part time 6 - 12 months September 2017 Spain Santiago de Compostela + 1 more

The MASTER ON LINE: has a minimum of six months and a maximum of one year. There is an extension option of another year ... [+]

Nonverbal Communication Master

The MASTER ON LINE: has a minimum of six months and a maximum of one year. There is an extension option of another year, with additional cost of € 200. MASTER ATTENDANCE: October 2012 to May 2013. Includes free updates and service access to the forums and social networks for one year after having completed the registration period.

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MA In Bilingualism And CLIL

La Salle Centro Universitario
Campus Part time 9 months September 2017 Spain Madrid

Languages ​​play an increasingly important role and the combination of content and language curriculum gives students a better preparation for a society in which the [+]

Master in Bilingualism and Methodology CLIL

Languages ​​play an increasingly important role and the combination of content and language curriculum gives students a better preparation for a society in which mobility is becoming a feature increasingly common labor.

Hence, in the last decade, bilingual programs have undergone tremendous development over the Spanish geography especially those based on the methodology CLIL. This has been the result of the commitment by European policies aimed at promoting multilingualism and an awareness of the need to learn foreign languages. Currently, in the Madrid region is developing a project that encourages the creation of bilingual schools. In order to carry out the progressive introduction of bilingual education in public schools and Primary Education of the Community of Madrid, since 2004, the Department for Education and Employment, by different orders call, has been annually selecting public schools and Primary Education where education is taught bilingual Spanish-English, up to the beginning of the academic year 2012-2013 a total of 300 centers. ... [-]


Masters in Social Intervention

Divulgazione Dinamica
Online Part time 900 hours September 2017 Spain Sevilla

The Master in Social Intervention allows to specialize their training in an area where professionals come together with different academic background, from a participatory approach. [+]

PROGRAM LANGUAGE: ITALIAN

Masters in Social Intervention The Master in Social Intervention allows to specialize their training in an area where professionals come together with different academic background, from a participatory approach. CONTENTS: 1. SOCIAL ACTION- Concept and development of social- Legislation social intervention. Methodology- The professional work. Sectors and specific needs 2. TECHNICAL INVESTIGATION OF SOCIAL- Tools and methodology that facilitate the analysis of realityin the investigation-action 3. BUILDING PROJECTS- Levels of planning: plan, program, project- Levels of projects- Phases of a project- Elements of a project- Quality of the projects. Guide to Action 4. EVALUATION OF PROJECTS FOR ASSISTANCE- Prospects and approaches to the evaluation- Evaluation and development Pianificazzione 5. CITIZEN PARTICIPATION- Participation in town: types, levels, factors, objectives, methods- Citizen participation and volunteerism- Social support for the Community action: self-help groups 6. AREA OF INTERVENTION: SOCIAL MEDIATION- Family Mediation- Mediation in the educational context- Community Mediation in the context 7. AREA OF INTERVENTION: SOCIAL EDUCATION- Techniques of social education- Social Education and Youth- Social and Community Education 8. AREA OF INTERVENTION: EMPLOYMENT- Socio-professional- Labour market- Vocational- Entry Professional... [-]


Master in Social Intervention and Participation

Divulgazione Dinamica
Online Part time 900 hours September 2017 Spain Sevilla

The Master in Social Intervention and Participation consists of two titles in a single accreditation (Expert, Master). These titles refer to two complementary professional areas [+]

PROGRAM LANGUAGE: ITALIAN

Master in Social Intervention and Participation The Master in Social Intervention and Participation consists of two titles in a single accreditation (Expert, Master). These titles refer to two complementary professional areas that can achieve a high level of specialization. CONTENTS: TITLE: SOCIAL PARTICIPATION IN EXPERT 1. SOCIO-CULTURAL ANIMATION- Development of animation programs- Method and methodology of the animation 2. GROUP MANAGEMENT- Context and conceptualization- Influence of the group on its members 3. MANAGEMENT OF NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS- Strategic Planning- Technical management- Economic and Financial Management- Communications Management- Human resource management 4. TECHNICAL INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION- Communication and Information. Concepts- Communication in organizations5. Participatory techniques- Common Methodology- Methodologies, approaches and participatory techniques 6. SOCIAL ACTION- Concept and development of social- Legislation social intervention. Methodology- The professional work. Sectors and specific needs TITLE: MASTER IN SOCIAL INTERVENTION 7. TECHNICAL INVESTIGATION OF SOCIAL- Tools and methodology that facilitate the analysis of realityin the investigation-action 8. BUILDING PROJECTS- Levels of planning: plan, program, project- Levels of projects- Phases of a project- Elements of a project- Quality of the projects. Guide to Action 9. CITIZEN PARTICIPATION- Participation in town: types, levels, factors, objectives, methods- Citizen participation and volunteerism- Social support for the Community action: self-help groups 10. EVALUATION OF PROJECTS FOR ASSISTANCE- Prospects and approaches to the evaluation- Evaluation and development Pianificazzione 11. AREA OF INTERVENTION: SOCIAL MEDIATION- Intercultural mediation- Family Mediation- Mediation in the educational context- Community Mediation in the context 12. AREA OF INTERVENTION: SOCIAL EDUCATION- Techniques of social education- Social Education and Youth- Social and Community Education... [-]


Master in Social Mediation and Employment

Divulgazione Dinamica
Online Part time 900 hours September 2017 Spain Sevilla

The Master in Social Mediation and Employment consists of two titles in a single accreditation (Expert, Master). These titles refer to two complementary professional areas [+]

PROGRAM LANGUAGE: ITALIAN

Master in Social Mediation and Employment The Master in Social Mediation and Employment consists of two titles in a single accreditation (Expert, Master). These titles refer to two complementary professional areas that can achieve a high level of specialization.

CONTENTS: TITLE: EXPERT IN SOCIAL MEDIATION 1. CONFLICT PREVENTION- Concept and types of conflict- Strategy of prevention of conflicts 2. CONFLICT RESOLUTION- Gathering the materials for understanding the conflict- Analyzing the conflict. Holistic and specific- The alternative methods of dispute resolution- Mediation 3. SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY MEDIATION- Social and Community Mediation- Community Mediation as a methodology- Analysis of the communal reality- Development and Community culmination of the process of mediation- Areas of Application- Evaluation of the Community Mediation 4. MEDIATION: TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES- Intercultural mediation- Practice of intercultural mediation- The mediator in the mediation process: steps and recommendations- Models of intercultural mediation- Tools 5. FARM MANAGEMENT OF MULTICULTURAL- The migration- Treatment of the difference in the company- Culture and intercultural relations. Keys to their farm management- Intercultural skills as a professional expertise- Intercultural training farm 6. EVALUATION OF MEDIATION- Evaluation as a strategy to streamline processes and mediation programs- Concept, objectives and functions- Prospects and approaches to the evaluation- Planning and development of evaluation- The evaluation report- Characteristics, structure and target- Evaluation of the assessment. Improvement of measurement processes TITLE: MASTER IN TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT AND HUMAN RESOURCES 7. LABOUR MARKET- Policies for employment and training- The characteristics of the working world in our country at the end of the twentieth century, in relation to new technologies and sources of employment in favor of new 8. PSYCHOLOGY OF UNEMPLOYMENT- Psychological theories that link the Labor and Mental Health- Approaches to be adopted by the psycho-social intervention programs that mitigate the impact of unemployment 9. PROFESSIONAL ORIENTATION- Define what is meant by vocational guidance, how to organize this process, what methodology to use, what type of customers use the services of orientation, and analyzes the characteristics of these collective10. EMPLOYABILITY- The process of professional integration- Active labor market policies, aimed at both enterprise creation and vocational training to promote employment and inclusion11. TECHNICAL INVESTIGATION OF SOCIAL- Tools and methodology that facilitate the analysis of realityin the investigation-action 12. BUILDING PROJECTS- Levels of planning: plan, program, project- Levels of projects- Phases of a project- Elements of a project- Quality of the projects. Guide to Action 13. NEW ECONOMY- Economics- Economy and Environment- New economy- The new fields of employment 14. TRAINING FOR HUMAN RESOURCES- Importance of training in enterprises; Functions of the training;Characteristics of training; design tasks;Continuing Education 15. BASIC FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE TRAINER- Process Management Training- The trainer as an analyst needs- The trainer as a planner: training plans- The trainer as a guideline for the development of the profession- The trainer as an evaluator of its internal programs 16. HOW TO DRAW AND DEVELOP TRAINING- Teaching, teaching, curriculum and training- Conceptualization and characterization of the curriculum- The approaches, types and elements of the curriculum- The design, development and evaluation of curriculum- Objectives and contents- Methodology and activities- Learning resources- Time and its organization- Space and groupings 1 7. TEACHING MATERIALS AND RESOURCES- Approach to the use of new technologies in vocational training- New technological tools applied to vocational training: Internet- The computer-assisted teaching: interactivity 18. EVALUATION OF TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL SKILLS- Approach full evaluation- Valuation approach of training, teaching and curriculum- Assessment of training needs- Evaluation of the training process- Evaluation of training results- Impact assessment of training 19. PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES- Legal framework regulating the professional practices- Functions of the professor-tutor to the center- Functions of the tutor in the enterprise- The planning of professional practices- The evaluation and monitoring of professional practices... [-]


Master in Social Programs

Divulgazione Dinamica
Online Part time 900 hours September 2017 Spain Sevilla

The Master in Social Programs consists of three titles in a single accreditation (Technical, Expert and Master). These securities are directed to the three respective segments [+]

PROGRAM LANGUAGE: ITALIAN

Master in Social ProgramsThe Master in Social Programs consists of three titles in a single accreditation (Technical, Expert and Master). These securities are directed to the three respective segments of the labor market. Accredited curriculum expertise in this area of ​​specialization and allow a professional consolidation easier. CONTENTS: TITLE: TECHNICIAN IN SOCIAL EDUCATION IN COLLECTIVES 1. SOCIAL EDUCATION- Social Education- Social Origins of Education- The social educator- Social Skills professional educator- Code of ethics for professional practice of social education 2. TECHNICAL TOOLS AND SOCIAL EDUCATION- Techniques and diagnostic tools- Communication skills- Technical education- Technical evaluation- The game as a tool of social education 3. SOCIAL EDUCATION AND YOUTH- In the concept of youth- Socio-educational intervention in the collective of young- Antisocial behavior in young adolescents. Explanatory theories- The intervention in assisting residential sicoeducativo 4. EDUCATION AND SOCIAL SENIORS- Psychosocial aspects of aging- Social Education and old age- Some action with the elderly 5. EDUCATION AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION- Social exclusion- Socialization and education- Explanatory theories of social- Social Education specialist- Intervention in the face of exclusion processes- Some specific actions TITLE: EXPERT IN MEDIATION 6. CONFLICT PREVENTION- Concept and types of conflict- Strategy of prevention of conflicts 7. CONFLICT RESOLUTION- Gathering the materials for understanding the conflict- Analyzing the conflict. Holistic and specific- The alternative methods of dispute resolution- Mediation 8. SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY MEDIATION- Social and Community Mediation- Community Mediation as a methodology- Analysis of the communal reality- Development and Community culmination of the process of mediation- Areas of Application- Evaluation of the Community Mediation 9. MEDIATION: TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES- Intercultural mediation- Practice of intercultural mediation- The mediator in the mediation process: steps and recommendations- Models of intercultural mediation- Tools 10. FARM MANAGEMENT OF MULTICULTURAL- The migration- Treatment of the difference in the company- Culture and intercultural relations. Keys to their farm management- Intercultural skills as a professional expertise- Intercultural training farm 11. EVALUATION OF MEDIATION- Evaluation as a strategy to streamline processes and mediation programs- Concept, objectives and functions- Prospects and approaches to the evaluation- Planning and development of evaluation- The evaluation report- Characteristics, structure and target- Evaluation of the assessment. Improvement of measurement processes TITLE: MASTER IN EMPLOYMENT AND HUMAN RESOURCES  12. LABOUR MARKET- Policies for employment and training- The characteristics of the working world in our country at the end of the twentieth century, in relation to new technologies and sources of employment in favor of new 13. PSYCHOLOGY OF UNEMPLOYMENT- Psychological theories that link the Labor and Mental Health- Approaches to be adopted by the psycho-social intervention programs that mitigate the impact of unemployment 14. PROFESSIONAL ORIENTATION- Define what is meant by vocational guidance, how to organize this process, what methodology to use, what type of customers use the services of orientation, and analyzes the characteristics of these collective15. EMPLOYABILITY- The process of professional integration- Active labor market policies, aimed at both enterprise creation and vocational training to promote employment and inclusion 16. TECHNICAL INVESTIGATION OF SOCIAL- Tools and methodology that facilitate the analysis of realityin the investigation-action 17. BUILDING PROJECTS- Levels of planning: plan, program, project- Levels of projects- Phases of a project- Elements of a project- Quality of the projects. Guide to Action 18. NEW ECONOMY- Economics- Economy and Environment- New economy- The new fields of employment 19. TRAINING FOR HUMAN RESOURCES- Importance of training in enterprises; Functions of the training;Characteristics of training; design tasks;Continuing Education 20. BASIC FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE TRAINER- Process Management Training- The trainer as an analyst needs- The trainer as a planner: training plans- The trainer as a guideline for the development of the profession- The trainer as an evaluator of its internal programs 21. HOW TO DRAW AND DEVELOP TRAINING- Teaching, teaching, curriculum and training- Conceptualization and characterization of the curriculum- The approaches, types and elements of the curriculum- The design, development and evaluation of curriculum- Objectives and contents- Methodology and activities- Learning resources- Time and its organization- Space and groupings 2 2. TEACHING MATERIALS AND RESOURCES- Approach to the use of new technologies in vocational training- New technological tools applied to vocational training: Internet- The computer-assisted teaching: interactivity 23. EVALUATION OF TRAINING AND SKILLS TRAINING- Approach full evaluation- Valuation approach of training, teaching and curriculum- Assessment of training needs- Evaluation of the training process- Evaluation of training results- Impact assessment of training 24. PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES- Legal framework regulating the professional practices- Functions of the professor-tutor to the center- Functions of the tutor in the enterprise- The planning of professional practices- The evaluation and monitoring of professional practices- The evaluation of the internship program... [-]


Master in Social Education and Community Intervention

Divulgazione Dinamica
Online Part time 900 hours September 2017 Spain Sevilla

The Master in Social Education and Community Intervention consists of three titles in a single accreditation. These titles are targeted toward the three segments of the labor market. [+]

PROGRAM LANGUAGE: ITALIAN

Master in Social Education and Community Intervention The Master in Social Education and Community Intervention consists of three titles in a single accreditation. These titles are targeted toward the three segments of the labor market. Accredited curriculum consistency in the professional specialization and allow a consolidation easier. CONTENTS: TITLE: SOCIAL MEDIATION TECHNICIAN  1. MEDIATION- Introduction. Intercultural Mediation- Profile of the intercultural mediator- Scope of intercultural mediation 2. CONFLICT PREVENTION- Concept and types of conflict- Strategy of prevention of conflicts 3. CONFLICT RESOLUTION- Gathering the materials for understanding the conflict- Analyzing the conflict. Holistic and specific- The alternative methods of dispute resolution- Mediation 4. COMMUNITY MEDIATION- Social and Community Mediation- Community Mediation as a methodology- Analysis of the communal reality- Development and Community culmination of the process of mediation- Areas of Application- Evaluation of the Community Mediation TITLE: EXPERT ON COMUNITY INTERVENTION 5. Participatory techniques- Common Methodology- Methodologies, approaches and participatory techniques 6. TECHNICAL INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION- Communication and Information. Concepts- Communication in organizations 7. SOCIO-CULTURAL ANIMATION- Development of animation programs- Method and methodology of the animation 8. ANIMATION SOCIO-PROFESSIONAL- Socio-cultural Animation- Participation- Socio-professional- Project ORLA 9. MANAGEMENT OF ASSOCIATIONS- The associations and their characteristics- Legislation applicable to associations TITLE: MASTER IN SOCIAL EDUCATION 10. SOCIAL EDUCATION- Social Education- Social Origins of Education- The social educator- Social Skills professional educator- Code of ethics for professional practice of social education 11. TECHNICAL TOOLS AND SOCIAL EDUCATION- Techniques and diagnostic tools- Communication skills- Technical education- Technical evaluation- The game as a tool of social education 12. GROUP MANAGEMENT- Context and conceptualization- Influence of the group on its members 13. SOCIAL SKILLS FOR INTERVENTION socio-- Social skills- Some social skills relevant to the socio-educational intervention 14. BUILDING PROJECTS- Levels of planning: plan, program, project- Levels of projects- Phases of a project- Elements of a project- Quality of the projects. Guide to Action 15. TECHNICAL INVESTIGATION OF SOCIAL- Tools and methodology that facilitate the analysis of realityin the investigation-action 16. NEW TECHNOLOGIES APPLIED TO EDUCATION- Conceptualization and sources of knowledge. The knowledge society- Media as media and educational resources for ICT in education- Platforms: free software (Moodle) and commercial software 17. TEACHING METHODOLOGY- Teaching Methodology- Design and Programming- The / the trainer / her- Methodology and teaching strategy- Teaching Resources- Technical Group- Evaluation 18. SOCIAL EDUCATION AND YOUTH- In the concept of youth- Socio-educational intervention in the collective of young- Antisocial behavior in young adolescents. Explanatory theories- The intervention in assisting residential sicoeducativo 19. EDUCATION AND SOCIAL SENIORS- Psychosocial aspects of aging- Social Education and old age- Some action with the elderly 20. EDUCATION AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION- Social exclusion- Socialization and education- Explanatory theories of social- Social Education specialist- Intervention in the face of exclusion processes- Some specific actions 21. VALUES EDUCATION: A REFERENCE FOR SOCIAL EDUCATION- Values ​​education: a reference for social education- Some interventions from youth workers by education in values- The educator / her business: innovation in times of crisis 22. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNITY EDUCATION- Social Education and Community Development- The community as a territory intervention- The third sector and social education 23. SOCIAL AND FAMILY EDUCATION- The family- Socio-educational intervention in the family context- Example of intervention: families of people with disabilities- The abuse and risky situations at the household level... [-]


International Master in Social Intervention (Italian-Spanish)

Divulgazione Dinamica
Online Part time 600 hours September 2017 Spain Sevilla

The International Master in Social Intervention (Italian-Spanish) allows you to specialize their training in an area where professionals come together [+]

PROGRAM LANGUAGE: ITALIAN/SPANISH

International Master in Social Intervention (Italian-Spanish) The International Master in Social Intervention (Italian-Spanish) allows you to specialize their training in an area where professionals come together with different academic background from a participatory approach. Disclosure Dynamics offers this degree to meet the growing demand on the national and international specialized professionals trained also on a cross-linguistic and intercultural, to address all needs in a context that is becoming increasingly global. CONTENTS: 1. SOCIAL ACTION- Concept and development of social- Legislation social intervention. methodology- The professional work. Sectors and specific needs 2. TECHNICS OF SOCIAL INVESTIGATION- Tools and methods that facilitate the analysis of realityin the investigation-action 3. DISEÑO DE PROYECTOS- Niveles de planificación: plan, program, proyecto- Niveles Proyectos de los- De un proyecto Fases- De un proyecto Elementos- Calidad de los Proyectos. Guía para la Acción 4. EVALUATION OF PROJECTS FOR ASSISTANCE- Perspectives and approaches to the evaluation- Pianificazzione and development of the evaluation 5. CITIZEN PARTICIPATION- Participation in town: types, levels, factors, objectives, methods- Participation and Volunteer town- Social support for the Community action: self-help groups 6. AREA OF INTERVENTION: SOCIAL MEDIATION- Family Mediation- Mediation in the educational context- Mediation in the EU context 7. AREA OF INTERVENTION: SOCIAL EDUCATION- Techniques of social education- Social Education and Youth- Social and Community Education 8. Area de INTERVENCIÓN: Empleo- Animación Sociolaboral- Mercado de Trabajo- Orientación laboral- Inserción laboral 9. SPANISH COURSE... [-]


Master's Degree In Criminology: Crime And Victimology

VIU Valencian International University
Online Part time 1 year April 2017 Spain Valencia

You will learn the knowledge and skills needed to manage in the study, intervention and crime prevention both at the individual and social, as well as research methodologies and other aspects of criminal justice and acting with victims and offenders. [+]

Best Masters in Social Sciences in Spain 2017. Master in Criminology: Crime and Victimology You will learn the knowledge and skills needed to manage in the study, intervention and crime prevention both at the individual and social, as well as research methodologies and other aspects of criminal justice and acting with victims and offenders. GOALS The objective of this master is to train professionals from a multidisciplinary and specialized perspective able to understand the different aspects related to the criminal act, using different techniques and instruments for intervention with offenders and victims, as well as learn strategies for prevention crime. Career prospects The different areas of performance in Criminology comprise both public and private sectors. Some of the career opportunities are: Administration of Justice Crime prevention units Offices of Assistance to victims Perito Criminologist Juvenile reception centers and shelters Advisory programs against drug addiction, violence, etc. Teaching and / or research Competencies General Competencies CG.1.- Apply acquired knowledge to solve problems independently criminology. CG.2.- Teaming and apply the methods provided by the sciences studied from an interdisciplinary perspective. CG.3.- Select the information necessary for the development of strategies for proper advice in the relevant areas. CG.4.- know the different areas of crime and develop, from a holistic perspective, the various crime trends. Develop strategies CG.5.- research, both qualitative and quantitative. CG.6.- critically analyze the criminal phenomenon from an interdisciplinary perspective, enlisting the help of all sciences: biological, psychological, legal and social environment. CG.7.- Develop oral and written communication skills, enabling you to convey your message to both specialist and general public audience. CG.8.- develop the capacity to adapt to new situations and to generate new ideas. Specific skills CE.1.- apply the theories and concepts of criminology in observation, analysis, detection and crime prevention. CE.2.- identify the determinants of crime and predisposing factors, and the circumstances in both the aggressor and the victim. CE.3.- Identify prevention methods and their applications in solving problems. Knowing CE.4.- criminological victimology and problems arising in various areas: judicial cooperation in general and specific (in smaller, family, gender and domestic violence, authorities etc.), prisons, public and private security. CE.5.- identify risk factors and protection on the victim. CE.6.- Develop, analyze and interpret criminological reports. Analyze CE.7.- prevention programs and treatment for offenders, in order to determine its effectiveness. CE.8.- know and analyze the techniques of scientific research and its application police. CE.9.- analyze the new criminal manifestations and context: corruption offenses, new technologies, capital and financial crimes, crime of sectarian origin, groups and organized gangs infringement and juvenile delinquency, domestic violence and gender crimes sexual, abuse and exploitation trafficking and transnational crime. CE.10.- identify factors that should be analyzed in the development of a criminological report on the analysis of the testimony. CE.11.- Learning to use the terminology of psychological type and / or forensic psychiatric and hospital admissions classifications of mental disorders (ICD-10 and DSM V) Knowing CE.12.- techniques applied scientific research that police for the reconstruction of the facts and the most advanced techniques of analysis and interpretation of analytical results. CE.13.- apply the theories and concepts of criminology in the explanation and prediction of victimology. CE.14.- public policies Assess Safety and Prevention and Control of Crime and Treatment. Understanding the phenomenon CE.15.- prison, specifically in relation to the alternative sanctions to imprisonment and security measures. Admission requirements In the event that demand exceeds the supply of places, the Academic Committee of the degree examine the resumes of the candidates in order to decide whether it is relevant or not to grant the right of registration, according to the profiles of income and previous education requirements established. For such a case, the Commission shall establish a ranked list of merits of the candidates according to the following criteria: Academic record (50%) Professional experience (10%) additional training (30%) Knowledge of languages ​​other than the mother tongue (10%) will have preference in qualifying English over other languages [-]