Interuniversity Master in History and Sciences of Antiquity (jointly with UAM)

General

Read more about this program on the school's website

Program Description

  • Type of education: Face-to-face.
  • Number of new entry places offered: 34
  • Total credits: 60
  • Languages taught: Spanish.
  • Guide price: € 45.02 per credit.
  • Master's Scholarship: see relevant information here .

About

The Master in History and Sciences of Antiquity (MIHCA) has been consolidated as a new framework for teaching and research in the field of the History of Antiquity, which also integrates various areas of knowledge that have as their core the study of the World Old. It gathers a significant number of specialists in Antiquity and allows a diversified, attractive and quality offer. In addition to having obtained the Quality Mention for the Doctorate in Ancient World Studies in which it is integrated as a training period, and having been favorably verified by ANECA, MIHCA participates in the Campus of International Excellence (CEI) project.

Academic year 2020-21

Course 1

Code

Subject

Character

Credits

Offered

605414

Assyria: History and Culture in the 1st Millennium BC

Optional

5.0

Yes

605417

Babylon: History and Culture

Optional

5.0

Yes

605421

City and Citizenship in Greece

Optional

5.0

Yes

605428

Roman citizenship

Optional

5.0

Yes

605415

Egypt: The State and Institutions from the Old Kingdom to the New Kingdom (3000-1000 BC)

Optional

5.0

Yes

605419

The Aegean World in the Bronze Age: Minoans and Mycenaeans

Optional

5.0

Yes

605410

States and Empires in the Ancient East

Compulsory

5.0

Yes

605412

Political and Intellectual History of Rome

Compulsory

5.0

Yes

605430

Iconography and Documentary Sources for the Study of Antiquity

Optional

4.5

Yes

605425

Institutions, Religion and Forms of Organization in Roman Hispania

Optional

5.0

Yes

605418

Introduction to the Languages of Antiquity

Optional

4.5

Yes

605426

The Roman Province: Organization and Conflict

Optional

5.0

Yes

605416

The Egyptian Religion

Optional

4.5

Yes

605422

The Greek Religion

Optional

4.5

Yes

605429

The Roman Religion

Optional

4.5

Yes

605427

The Transition from the Ancient World to the Medieval World

Optional

5.0

Yes

605413

Legacy and Rediscovery of Antiquity

Compulsory

5.0

Yes

605420

The Greeks in the Ancient Mediterranean: Trade and Colonization

Optional

5.0

Yes

605431

Practicum (History and Cc. Antiquity)

External Practices

5.0

Yes

605424

Towns, Territories and Institutions of Pre-Roman Hispania

Optional

5.0

Yes

605411

Territories, States and Confederations in the Greek World

Compulsory

5.0

Yes

605432

Final Master's Project (History and Cc. Antiquity)

Final Master's Project

6.0

Yes

goals

The Interuniversity Master offers advanced training in the study of Antiquity geared towards specialization in three areas of knowledge: the ancient East and Egypt, Greece and the pre-Roman Mediterranean, and Rome and Roman Hispania. The main objective is to offer specialized knowledge in these three areas of study that provide the student with the methodology, techniques and instruments of analysis and historiographical criticism necessary to face the documentation of the ancient world and ultimately a rigorous research activity. It also aims to reflect on the survival and influences of antiquity and its study in the subsequent historical evolution until today. For this reason, it not only offers advanced knowledge of historical literary, archaeological and epigraphic sources, but also an approach to its preservation as heritage in museums, archives, libraries and private collections, in which the compulsory practices of the Master are carried out.

Recipients

This Master is mainly aimed at graduates and graduates in History, Archeology and Classical Philology. However, it is also open to graduates in other disciplines of the Humanities and Social Sciences branch, provided they prove a solid prior knowledge of classical and oriental antiquity through the academic record or the curriculum. Candidates must also have a medium understanding of written comprehension in the English language.

Admission requirements for masters

Non-enabling university masters

  • Be in possession of any of the following titles:
    • Spanish official university degree .
    • Title issued by an institution of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and empowering in the country of issue for access to Master's education.
    • Title of educational systems outside the EHEA that empowers in the country of issuance for access to Master's education, homologated or declared equivalent to the degree and academic level of Degree or Degree by the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training . In case of lacking the mentioned homologation or equivalency, it will be necessary to have authorization or access permission granted by this University.
  • Or be carrying out during the course in which you pre-enroll studies leading to the obtaining of any of the previous degrees and be in a position to prove the obtaining of the same before September 30, 2020 .
  • In addition, students from foreign educational systems, whose mother tongue is different from Spanish, must prove level B2 of the Spanish language (or higher) .
  • Specific requirements that any of the requested masters may have. You can consult it by accessing the website of the Master itself.
Last updated Apr 2020

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