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Master in Health Promotion

Master's thesis

Master’s thesis

The master's thesis (TFM) is worth 12 ECTS credits and consists of the completion of an individual project relating to the theoretical and practical contents of the master's degree.

As part of the master's thesis, the student will develop the specific and cross-disciplinary skills in relation to the time planning and management, process design and management, decision-making and the oral defence of the project, the subject matter proposed by the student in line with the lines of research corresponding to the master's degree.

The project will be submitted in paper format, bound and occupying at most 50 pages.

Tutoring

Each student will be assigned a professor who will monitor the completion of the project and authorise the presentation.

Presentation of the work

Each student, in an individual way, will publicly defend his/her project on one of the days programmed to this end. The defence shall last around 15 minutes. Next, a questions and answers session will be held, during which the tutor, professors and attending students may ask questions.

Evaluation

The assessment will be based on the tutor's report. It will take account of the dedication and tutoring, the written work's quality and the oral defence.

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