- Anthropology - Nature and Conservation
- Anthropology - Human Rights and Social Movements
- Anthropology - Visual Cultures
- Anthropology - Cultures in Scene and Tourism
- Anthropology - Consumption and Material Culture
- Anthropology - Applied Anthropology
September 24th, 2012
Total: 2000 €
1)To acquire the theoretical knowledge and methodological and technical competencies to undertake original anthropological research within the area of the course followed;
2) Ability to apply the acquired knowledge and methodological competencies in professional situations related to the areas under study and which require not only research but also processing of complex information;
1) In accordance with n.º 1, article 17 of Decree-Law n.º 74 of 24 March 2006 2) Candidates who meet the academic and curriculum requirements set forth in number 1 of the above article will be selected and ranked according to the following criteria: a.Final grade of 1st cycle degree (licenciatura); b.Academic and scientific curriculum: c.Professional curriculum; d.Interview (optional).
Length: 4 semesters. Total credits: 120 credits (60 in course units of the study programme + 60 in the non-taught component). Types of non-taught component: Dissertation, Project Work, Practical Work Experience with Report (55 ECTS). Number of credits in the Area of Specialisation: 50. Number of credits from elective options: 10 credits (the student can obtain 10 credits from elective options in course units taught at post-graduate level at FCSH/UNL, or at any other national or foreign higher education institution through a protocol.)
In 3rd Semester the student realizes a mandatory seminar monitoring the non-taught component (5 ECTS).
Access to other courses
Completion of the Masters degree allows the holder to apply for the cycle of studies which leads to a Doctorate Degree. For the specific access requirements for doctoral programmes, consult the regulations governing the doctoral programmes at FCSH, UNL.