Content Official Master's Degree in Archival Studies and Information Governance

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  • Explain the evolution of archival science and its concepts and fundamental principles.
  • Identify the contexts of production, documentation, data and information.
  • Enumerate the legislation, regulations and standards for document and archive management.
  • Define the characteristics and methodologies of document, information and data management.


  • Determine the authenticity of documents based on diplomatics and its instruments.
  • Analyse the features of computer applications for the management of documents and archives.
  • Apply techniques and instruments for the management, preservation, organisation and treatment of documents, data and information.
  • Analyse the preservation status of each type of documentary support.
  • Create document management processes and instruments.
  • Make use of data governance techniques.
  • Use archival standards and requirements, and technological aspects of digital preservation.
  • Use research methodologies and techniques in archival science and governance of information.
  • Plan managerial settings and actions in archive services and projects.


  • Design and implement process management systems in archive centres.
  • Evaluate the documentary structure, functions, needs and requirements of public and private organisations.
  • Design information flows and document management systems.
  • Design plans and develop actions for cultural revitalisation and dissemination of archive services and their documentary collections.
  • Act in the field of archival science, addressing inequalities based on sex/gender and demonstrating ethical and social commitment.
  • Work in teams and in an interdisciplinary manner in the context of archive organisations and centres.
  • Report conclusions and advanced knowledge to specialised and non-specialised audiences in a clear and unambiguous manner.
  • Think critically about archival theories and their application to professional practice.
  • Work autonomously, solving problems and making decisions.
  • Work autonomously, solving problems and making decisions.