Basic skills

  • Students must have and understand knowledge of an area of study built on the basis of general secondary education, and while it relies on some advanced textbooks it also includes some aspects coming from the forefront of its field of study.
  • Students can apply the knowledge to their own work or vocation in a professional manner and have the powers generally demonstrated by preparing and defending arguments and solving problems within their area of study.
  • Students have the ability to gather and interpret relevant data (normally within their study area) to issue judgments that include reflection on important issues of social, scientific or ethical.
  • Students must be capable of communicating information, ideas, problems and solutions to both specialised and non-specialised audiences.
  • Students must develop the necessary learning skills in order to undertake further training with a high degree of autonomy.

Specific skills

  • Mastering the basic concepts in order to understand and interpret literary works originally written in German.
  • Mastering the basic concepts in order to understand and interpret feature films based on literary works originally written in German.
  • Identifying and relating the major issues of Western literature within German literature.
  • Identifying the basic concepts of history, culture and literature in German.
  • Relating the concepts and information from different fields of German literature, and relating these with the concepts and information of human, artistic and social fields in German.
  • Draw up essays in Spanish, Catalan or German about literature or cinema originally in German.
  • Critically analyze Catalan literature regarding the historical circumstances in which it falls.
  • Apply concepts, resources and methods of analysis literary Catalan literature considering the context of periodization of Western literary history.
  • Develop historical studies on Catalan literary tradition and interpretive analysis on trends, genres and authors of Catalan literature.
  • Interpret literary texts from cross philological bases (stylistic, linguistic, etc.) and comparisons.
  • Assess so rigorously argued and the main trends and authors and most representative works of Catalan literature.
  • Analyse, with the help of the concepts of linguistic theory and contributions of applied linguistics when appropriate, the main properties phonetic, phonological, morphological, syntactic, lexical and semantic Catalan language, its evolution throughout history its current structure.
  • Interpreting political factors, social and cultural conditions the use of the Catalan language and its evolution throughout history and multicultural society today.
  • Understand and interpret the theoretical and historical linguistic norms in force.
  • Expressed in Galician language fluently and spontaneously without much obvious effort to find the right expression, whether oral or in writing.
  • Identify the main social movements, cultural and historical Galicia.
  • Interpret a variety of texts in any medium (oral, printed, audiovisual) in Galician.
  • Identify key literary trends and aesthetic tendencies in the history of Galician literature.
  • Interpret and critically evaluate the historical evolution of the Galician language, to analyze the sociolinguistic situation.
  • Executing in oral and written form a flexible and effective use of the English language with academic, professional and social purposes.
  • Demonstrate they know a wide variety of texts in English language of any mean (oral, written, audiovisual) and recognising implicit meanings.
  • Produce clear and well structured and detailed texts in English about complex topics, displaying a correct use of the organisation, connection and cohesion of the text.
  • Demonstrate a general comprehension of the historical evolution of the English language.
  • Identify the main literary, cultural and historical currents in the English language.
  • Describe synchronously the main grammar units, constructions and phenomena of the English language.
  • Demonstrate a comprehension of the relationship between factors, processes and phenomena of linguistics, literature, history and culture, and explaining it.
  • Distinguish and contrast the various theoretical and methodological models applied to the study of the English language, its literature and its culture.
  • Rewrite and organize information and arguments coming from several sources in English and presenting them in a coherent and summarised way.
  • Critically assessing the scientific, literary and cultural production in the English language.
  • Interpret oral and written texts in Italian at an appropriate level.
  • Expressed in Italian and write messages using correct grammar and vocabulary and appropriate academic style.
  • Use correct grammatical structures of the Italian language.
  • Explore a variety of texts in Italian in order to recognize the fundamental characteristics of the Italian culture and literature.
  • Identify the main literary, cultural and historical currents in Italian.
  • Identify the main epistemological problems related to the nature and structure of narration as a type and genre of texts.
  • Apply the fundamental theoretical concepts to the comprehension of the narrative, poetic and dramatic texts from a gender perspective.
  • Interpret the thematic and symbolic content of the narrative, poetic and dramatic texts according to the textual and pragmatic strategies, following the main methodologies of analysis.
  • Comment on literary texts, applying the acquired tools and taking into account the historical and sociocultural context.
  • Relate the methods and results of linguistics with those from other sciences and currents of though and interpreting the overlapping of language with other aspects of the human activity.
  • Analysing the formal, thematic, cultural and historical characteristics of the works of literary creation and reflection on literature of different languages and countries.
  • Applying different analytical tools to several types of literary works.
  • Demonstrating they know the basic theoretical foundations of the main methods and currents of literature and criticism.
  • Summarising the basic theoretical foundations of the reflection on literature in every of its forms since ancient times.
  • Interpreting and assessing literary texts and explaining the process results.
  • Relating literary works from different countries, languages, periods and authors according to genres, topics, modalities and forms.
  • Identifying the specific concepts and methods of each of the fields of comparatism.
  • Understanding the biological, cognitive and cultural foundations of human language and the main contemporary grammatical models.
  • Recognising and using reasonably the principles, methods and results of the structural analysis of languages, foundations of the linguistic theory and approaches of the study of language and communication as a complex, emerging and dynamic phenomenon.
  • Relating the methods and results of linguistics with those from other sciences and currents of though and interpreting the overlapping of language with other aspects of the human activity.
  • Identifying the linguistic types behind the linguistic diversity and establishing generalisations and universal principles.
  • Analysing the lexical, phonetic, phonological, syntactic, semantic and pragmatic properties of natural languages.
  • Applying the various analytical tools to different types of linguistic data. Identifying the various means and tools of the new technologies in order to do an automatic treatment of natural language.
  • Identify the mainstream literary and aesthetic trends in the history of Basque literature.
  • Place the Basque language in relation to the world's languages.
  • Interpret the historical evolution of the Basque language.
  • Identify the main characteristics of Basque society.
  • Identify and explain aspects of Basque culture today.