Master's final project
The master's final project or work (MFP), as part of the syllabus, is a work of individual synthesis, which is carried out in the final stages of the studies, under the supervision of a tutor and that It is evaluated by a commission created for this purpose. The MFP must allow the student to show that he knows how to apply, in an integrated way, the different contents in the study of a subject in his academic field.
- AREA OF KNOWLEDGE (IDEA)
Phase 1. Idea and choice of subject.
Identify the topic.
Create and communicate new ideas and proposals.
- INSTRUMENTAL AND METHODOLOGICAL AREA (TOOL)
Phase 2. Planning and realization.
Establishment of the objectives that guide the operation of the work.
- AREA OF EXPRESSIVE LANGUAGES (EXPRESSION)
Phase 3. Self-assessment, improvement and prospecting.
Phase 4. Delivery and public presentation
Structured presentation of work, and argumentation.
Identify and respond with solvency the most significant questions raised by the experts.