The program is offered in a mixed format of face-to-face (in-person) classes and virtual learning, taught from October to June for a duration of two academic years.
The 12 face-to-face sessions will be taught each year, corresponding to two modules that will be offered in alternate academic years. These face-to-face sessions have a duration of 4 hours and are taught on Saturday afternoons.
It is also possible to attend face-to-face sessions in a virtual format (“simultaneous bimodality”) for those students who, due to reasons of geographical distance, cannot travel to Madrid for face-to-face classes.
Each teaching unit is made up of:
• Non-face-to-face learning activities
• Face-to-face sessions to be taught in a virtual format - “simultaneous bimodality” - for students from outside Madrid
• Evaluation and assessment activities
The Master's Degree will benefit from the support of the Teaching Innovation Support Unit at the University.
In order to obtain the Master's Degree, students must also complete a Master's Degree Final Project, directed by a Professor from the Universidad Pontificia Comillas, within the time frame and in the manner indicated in the Teaching Guide.
The Master's Degree will be completed with an open session to present the Master's Degree Final Projects.