The masters programme consists of 60 ECTS credits and lasts for one academic year. Its structure is as follows: Cross-curricular university and postgraduate courses: 6 credits.
Compulsory masters courses: 30 credits. Emphasis will be given especially to the theoretical basis of knowledge and management, to the implication of cultural heritage in regional management and development, and also to local cultural heritage management models and organisations.
Optional masters courses: 6 credits. Courses planned specifically for this masters and other courses offered in the various masters of the UdG. Study and acquisition of specific tools and knowledge related to various aspects of cultural heritage research and for the management of cultural heritage and cultural organisations.
Practicum: 6 credits, which will be divided up into two blocks. A first block will consist of carrying out a project in a cultural infrastructure, which will also involve working directly in that infrastructure; the second block will be a study trip leading to knowledge of various heritage infrastructures and cultural goods.
Masters project: 12 credits. The project will be submitted at the end of the year and will be related with one of the aspects dealt with during the year.