The evaluation system consists of three main aspects: 1.-The level of attendance and participation of students (in person or electronically) to the development of the course: as few academic activities complementary types are organized in the Faculty, represents 10% of the grade. Practical sessions, guided discussions, seminars and intermediate tests: will be considered in particular. 2.-The final exam will be held on the date of the official announcement. 70% in the overall rating will be assessed. The exam will consist of a written test in which the student must answer two essay questions and otherb test with multi-choice questions. The degree of understanding of the theoretical contents explained, order, clarity of exposition and the conceptual and terminological precision is desirable. Each question will be scored between 0 and 10 points. It is essential to pass this test to achieve a minimum of five points for each question answered requirement. 3.-The completion of written research project ( essay), character monograph on one of the agenda items. Equal to 20% of the total grade. The presentation of the research project is essential to pass the subject. To pass the course you need to pass both the examination and research work. Fit qualifying exam for work or any other notice of the current academic year (September and / or December) will be reserved. The Department of Political Science and Administration severely penalize acts of plagiarism or copying, as well as their active or passive collaboration, both on tests and research work done by students. Plagiarism and theft of intellectual property is considered essentially copying the works of others, (whether Internet, books, work mates ....) giving them as their own without citing the original source from which they come. Students who plagiarize shall receive a grade of 0 in the call and the request to open the file / student / involved in fraud to the Faculty Board.
CRITERIA FOR RESEARCH AND A CASE FOR REVIEW - Provide an index and a working structure - Justify the importance of the chosen topic, methodology and the objectives - Make a consistent introduction - Develop a conclusion consistent with the approach to the topic - Provide consistency of assignment or test content to the content of programming - Sequencing logically - Arguing and deepen the content avoiding circumlocutions - Submit fluency and accuracy in language - Expressing good syntactic construction without spelling - Basing the content authors and literature - Use of appropriate and coherent theories, concepts and terminology of the subject or qualification. - Provide clean, clear and very good presentation - Creativity and conceptual reprocessing capacity is assessed - Add bibliography used, resources and where appropriate, Annex. (quoting sources) - Comply with the deadlines for the delivery of work and the number of pages set in programming.