Final theoretic-practical exam (70%): Questions about the theoretical and practical contents in which students should prove that they have learnt the theoretical concepts of the subject using theoretical issues and solving problems (65%). Seminars evaluation (5%) Practical part evaluation (20%): questions about the theoretical and practical contents in which students should prove that they are able to apply the practical concepts of the course by applying software to practical cases. The final mark will come from the sum of the partial scores of the different sections, according to established percentages. A necessary condition for passing the course is obtaining at least half the score in each of the two parts. If one of the parts is approved in the June or September exams, the qualification of that part will remain until the December exams of the following year. Both practical and theoretical-practical exams may be multiple choice (with four alternatives per question, one of which is correct and the other wrong. Each correct answer add a point and each incorrect answer subtract 1/3 stop. Questions not answered do not count in the exam), or an exam to solve problems and theorical questions or a mix of all of them.