- Case studies: Learning through the analysis of actual or simulated cases in order to interpret and resolve them by employing various alternative solution procedures.
- Lecture: Pass on knowledge and activate cognitive processes in students, encouraging their participation.
The evaluation of the subject will be done on a total of 100 points, and in obtaining the final grade (CF), the following grades must be taken into account: NEFa = Block A final exam (up to 70 points), NEFb = Note of block b of the final exam (up to 25 points), NST = Tracking note of the subject (up to 5 points) and NEC = Continuous assessment activities note (up to 25 points)
To obtain the NEC score, 4 self-test tests will be carried out, two of them linked to the practical sessions, which students will answer electronically in a period of no more than 5 hours. In order to be able to add the grade of each self-assessment test in the final mark, at least 60% of the mark must be obtained.
It is an essential requirement to add the self-assessments to obtain 30 or more points in the block a of the final exam, ie, NEFa> = 30. The final grade of the subject will be obtained as follows:
* If NEFa>=30 then CF=NEFa+NST+min(25,NEFb+NEC)
* If NEFa<30 then CF=NEFa+NEFb+NST