The Final Master's Project, as indicated in its description and as current legislation dictates, may be evaluated once at least 75% of the program credits have been earned. The student demonstrates proficiency of the master's competencies by completing a specific project proposal of either a project, specific action, or case study related to this program's curriculum. Throughout the entire process, each student is supervised by a program instructor who acts as the project advisor. Each student may also have an external co-advisor. The student receives a grade of a public and oral defense of his/her project. The Final Master's Project advisor and co-advisor (if there is one) issue a follow-up report of the project that assesses and indicates whether the student has attained the program's general and specific competencies. The project's final grade is calculated from the arithmetic mean of the grades awarded by the Final Master's Project tribunal, advisor, and co-advisor. Thus, the competencies gained throughout this program are reflected in the Final Master's Project, which summarizes the training acquired throughout the entire educational process.
The Master's Thesis (TFM), consist of a specific application, systematic and orderly experience and expertise acquired by the student. You must have a clear practical approach and application in the professional field and its contents will be developed on a specific issue included in the different subjects and curriculum subjects.
Its object is that the student demonstrate proficiency in the skills of the Master through the realization of a specific proposal of a project, a specific action or a case study related to the topic of this Master. Thus, the skills developed during the Masters will be reflected in the Master's Thesis that summarizes the training acquired throughout the educational process.