|Length of program||2 years|
|Coordination||Dra. C. Palma Dr. V. Cabré Prof. A. Gil|
Students have to turn in a Master’s Final Project which will be supervised by a PhD professor affiliated with the Master’s assigned to the student. This project must be publicly defended before a committee made up of two PhD professors from the Master’s programme.
Whenever possible, the MFP has to be directly related to their Practicum (or, otherwise, to another professional centre supervised and recognised by FPCEE Blanquerna).
There are four types of MFP:
To evaluate the MFP, in accordance with the explicit competences of this module, the match between the objectives and methodological design, the fit between the topic of the study and the context, and the monitoring carried out within the seminar (group tutorial) and the individual tutorial will all be taken into account.
The presentation of the project (formal aspects), the quality of the theoretical referents, the analysis and the final proposal, duly argued and presented, shall also be taken into account (see the file on evaluation reports for the MFP).
The student will have ten minutes to defend their project before a committee made up of two professors from the Master’s programme. They should prioritise the aspects from their project that they deem the most important and make a clear, precise and comprehensive summary of it. Once this presentation is over, the student must respond to any observations, comments and questions from the members of the panel.
The Master’s Final Project may be written in Spanish or Catalan, although the EGA of the Master’s and Doctorate may authorise it to be submitted in another language with a prior request in writing from the director. In this case, a summary of the project is Catalan or Spanish must be submitted.
The MFP will be evaluated using the following rubric:
- Written project 50%.
- Academic work and oral defence assessed by an evaluation committee 50%.