In the Degree in Media and Cultural Studies, the bachelor's thesis will have a specific learning process since it is not developed mainly in a classroom/group through explanatory classes, but through other types of activities. The fundamental axis of the learning process for this module will be implemented largely through the students’ individual work with the necessary tutor, in order to evaluate the level of acquisition of content and fundamental competences of the degree. The thesis for the Bachelor’s Degree in Cultural Communication can essentially be one of two main types: The aforementioned approach will follow the methods typical of academic work from the analysis of a subject linked to Communication and Cultural Studies. 2) Creative. The aforementioned approach will follow the methods typical of journalistic work in the broadest sense of the term, or in textual media, audiovisual media or multimedia. The aforementioned model will be able to respond to different models: in-depth report, essay, documentary, table of contents, etc. All students completing a thesis will have a tutor and will have to present and defend their work before a panel made up of the tutor and two professors from the Faculty.