The Master’s Thesis involves the students carrying out a project, report or study, in which they apply and develop their acquired knowledge. This will be carried out individually, under the guidance of the supervisor(s) assigned. Joint work will not be allowed.
Master’s Theses must be carried out during the final stage of the curriculum and be oriented towards assessing competencies associated with the degree. The work will conclude with the master’s thesis defence, which will necessarily be public.
The assessment conditions to be met, regarding the obligation to have successfully completed the planned assessments provided for in the other curricular subjects, must be reflected in the report of the corresponding degree.
The Curriculum may include special conditions that are necessary to enrol or defend the master’s thesis.
See 'Curriculum > Prerequisites and Corequisites'.
*Attention should be taken into account if the Master’s Thesis is from the Master's Degree in Secondary Education or the Master’s Degree in Sustainable Use of Natural Resources.
MASTER’S DEGREE IN SECONDARY EDUCATION TEACHING
MASTER’S DEGREE IN SUSTAINABLE USE OF NATURAL RESOURCES
Introduction to Topics and Supervisors
Introduction to the Application for Topics and Supervisors
The allocations will be sent by email to the participants of the call. In addition to being able to consult them in your Virtual Campus.
Introduction to the Thesis Submission
Introduction to the Assessment and Defence Panels