Master in Cultural Heritage (Spanish)
In the present retain traces of a cultural past without whose understanding we can hardly understand our current way of life, our beliefs and our customs. That past is apparent in the landscape and regional planning, the structure and architecture of the cities, in thinking, the way of speaking or artistic expressions of various kinds. It is a heritage that should be investigated but that experience tells us, it can also be exploited and disseminated.
Thanks to the past legacy in the form of significant organizations, municipalities get substantial revenue from visitors who come to know him better and enjoy it, of the various aids for preservation and dissemination, as well as the prestige that reach the localities under its ability to maintain and use.
Cultural heritage is generally studied as historical and artistic activity specialists or ethnological or folkloric heritage interest. It also, however, reintegrate in their social significance, with the intention of initiating interested in researching such issues through comprehensive cultural studies. It is also possible to direct the interest of public administrators in the processing, use and dissemination of cultural heritage, so that they are able to cope with the complex problems that it follows.
This Master's Degree in Cultural Heritage aims to contemplate new ways these historical materials of different type and origin, from a perspective that allows their joint consideration.
Graduates or Graduates in Humanities, Philology, stories, geography, art, but also Law, Political and Social Sciences, Agricultural Engineering or the like. However, they may access the Master students from different grades or degrees. For those cases where the separation between the previous and the Masters title is considered major, a module of training complements thirty credits are expected.
Thirty credits of training complements students who come from degrees in which did not follow teachings of Art (six credits), History (six credits), Geography (six credits), Spanish Language (six credits) and literature should take such courses (six credits). If they had studied some of these studies and not others, students can request the validation of what they have studied under current regulations in the Carlos III University of Madrid.
The student selection will be based on the curriculum vitae of the candidates. Specifically it will consider:
- The record of the same.
- The professional experience of the same in the field of humanities.
- The existence of letters of support and professionals so that students can take the master or academic recommendations.
Should there be more demand for places that offered, may conduct personal interviews with candidates, taking into account first to those with the best record. In interviews the suitability of the studies conducted are assessed, the interest shown by the candidate and his previous experience.
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