This Master provides advanced, multidisciplinary and specialized training in Humanities and begins in research tasks in this field. The scientific production and trajectory of the teaching staff guarantees that the program, as a whole, will provide students with both the methodological tools and the content and competencies to face relevant questions concerning research within humanistic studies, being aware of its importance in a global and competitive society like the current one.
Graduates will be prepared to complete a Doctorate in any of the humanistic disciplines.
To obtain the title, it is mandatory to enroll in at least one of the subjects in each block:History
Art History-Spanish Literature-Latin Philology
PhilosophyTraining objectivesThe final objective of this Master is to train researchers in the field of Humanities who are capable of conceiving, designing, putting into practice and undertaking a research project that culminates in the completion of a doctoral thesis. Therefore, the main training objectives are:Facilitate a solid methodological and instrumental training of a transversal and interdisciplinary nature that enables problem solving.
Encourage a critical spirit in relation to the reality of the human being and society.
Provide the necessary capacities to advance scientific knowledge and its transmission in the field of Humanities, contributing to the development and improvement of society.
Provide the appropriate tools for the correct use of bibliographic material.
Instill an attitude of ethical and democratic commitment when conducting an investigation.
Encourage the search for originality and new themes or ways of approaching research in the humanistic field.CompetenciesThe fundamental competencies that students must achieve are:Ability to integrate the various theoretical and conceptual models from the various branches of the human and social sciences.
Ability to critically assess the objects of study of the humanistic disciplines, as well as the ideas and judgments, own and others, about these objects from the knowledge of the debates and problems within these disciplines.
Ability to describe and analyze processes related to culture and society.
Ability to critically analyze texts of various kinds, images, discourses and cultural manifestations.
Ability to formulate appropriate questions to the object of study from the knowledge of the relevant problems and critically apply the appropriate methods, concepts, theoretical frameworks and resources to explore and answer the questions.
Ability to search, select and process information and manage documentary sources effectively and efficiently, including the use of ICT.
Ability to analyze and interpret materials of a complex and often ambiguous nature, synthesize ideas and arguments related to the objects of study and relevant debates and problems, and communicate clearly, rigorously and precisely, both orally and in writing, and both in academic and professional life.
Ability to design and plan academic work autonomously and within the established deadlines using the appropriate methodologies and techniques, as well as to present the results with originality, coherence and clarity.
Ability to act honestly in academic and professional work in accordance with one's own values, respecting the plurality of theoretical, methodological and moral approaches, as well as the integrity of the work of others.Professional outingsThis Master is not professional in nature, so it does not offer specific opportunities within the labor market beyond research in Humanities and the disciplines that make up these studies. However, the training received in the Master enables the student to work in areas such as:Research in archives, libraries and museums.
Management, design and promotion of cultural activities.
Research and dissemination of cultural heritage.Admission profileThe Master is aimed at university graduates and graduates from the field of Humanities and Letters.Admission criteriaAdmission will be made by the Academic Committee of the Master, as a result of the selection process carried out among the students who submit their application for pre-registration within the period established for this purpose, always respecting the procedures and requirements established, both in article 17 of the Royal Decree 1393/2007, of October 29, as provided in a special way by the University of Castilla-La Mancha.
The Academic Committee will take into account the following criteria when evaluating the applications submitted, granting them a grade that will range between 0 and 5 points:Academic record.
Profile and adaptation of the previous training to the contents of the Master.
Other academic or training merits (postgraduate degrees, other degrees, congresses, etc ...).
Access test or personal interview.After evaluating all the applications, the Academic Committee will prepare a prioritized relationship with the candidates who have been admitted to the Master and those who become substitute candidates, indicating, if necessary, the compensatory actions that the admitted students to fill any deficiencies that may have been noted when examining their application.