This Master’s Degree has the objective of teaching students how to select and use the methodological tools for the design, execution, and monitor of projects in valuation, management and/or diffusion of cultural heritage. It is a combination of a research and a professional degree, which, in order to acquire the necessary competences, uses a blended learning methodology, including new means of intervention: promotion of the monitored autonomous work, participatory methodology, case studies, problem analysis and solution learning, use of IT and online resources, establishment of links with the professional world, promotion of teamwork, etc. This way, both the contents and the teaching methodology are adapted to achieve the specific and general competences needed to successfully develop the tasks of this profession.
Of all the features in the Master’s Degree, maybe the combination of synergies from different professional and scientific areas to create a new professional space is the most characteristic.
General data of the Degree
|Designation of the Degree||Master’s Degree in Valuation, Management and Protection of Heritage|
|Branch of knowledge||Arts and Humanities|
|Type of education||Blended learning|
|Educational system||Full time/Part time, Continuous training|
|Language of the Degree||Spanish, Galician|
|Number of entry-level places||20 places (2 of continuous training)|
|Number of ECTS||60 (30 MA + 15 OP + 6 EI + 9 MDFP)|
|Degree Coordination||Fermín Pérez Losada|
|Responsibility of the degree||Julio Prada Rodríguez|
|Teaching centres||Campus of Ourense: Faculty of History
Campus of Vigo: School of Mining and Energy Engineering
|Fees||Spanish student: 1326.57€* / Foreign student (out of the EHEA): 1650.75€*|
|Date of the latest verification||30/04/2020|