Bachelor's degree in Humanities
The Bachelor's Degree in Humanities prepares the future managers of today's society's cultural production, providing them with a broad scientific and methodological grounding and in-depth knowledge of our culture and heritage, from the origins to the present day, taking the major disciplines within human sciences as its starting point.
On completing the degree, you will be well-equipped to work in sectors like education, cultural management and regeneration, and publishing, among others.
The degree's main objectives are achieved through different specialisation tracks:
- The Cultural Management track equips future professionals to define cultural projects and initiatives, organise events and implement institutions' cultural policies, through management training in organisation, economy, law and marketing.
- The Contemporary Culture track focuses on contemporary Western culture, especially the relationships between the different forms of expression (literature, art, music, cinema, etc.) and their historical context.
- A third track offers a global approach that allows the interdisciplinary study of those aspects of culture that are of particular interest to individual students.
The ideal student for this degree should have the following qualities:
Interest for culture in a broad sense
Ability to reason and abstract
Willingness to be critical and reflective
Ability to comprehend
Ability for languages
The extraordinary growth experienced by the cultural sector and the versatility of graduates with a degree in Humanities allows those who complete this degree to continue on to a variety of professions such as:
cultural management of public and private administrations (museums, archives, foundations, social organisations, study centres, etc.)
cultural promotion in city councils and other civic associations (organisation of projects, activities or cultural events)
creation of virtual areas (professional, educational, leisure or cultural)
design of cultural products, facilities or services
teaching and research
Intercultural and International Mediation
Coordinator and coordination teamÒscar Jané Checa
Teaching staff list
EvaluationECTS methodology consists of continued assessment of all academic work done by students.
Number of credits: 240 ECTS
Duration: 4 years
Period of study: Course semesters
Part-time or full-time: Full-time dedication. Part-time option available.
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