Official master's degree in Social Policy and Community Action

Profession- and research-oriented training with an approach that is practical, multidisciplinary and tailored to the localities where community action and social policy are applied. 

Official Master's Degree in Social Policy and Community Action

Study guides

The information currently available corresponds to the subjects offered during the 2020/21 academic year. If you wish to consult the information included in a study guide not found on the list, please visit the Digital Repository of Documents. The complete information of all the subjects of the Degree can be consulted in the Study Plan and timetables section.

 43658 - Epistemology of Social Intervention

 43663 - Master's Thesis

 43656 - Social Phenomena and a New Age. New Strategies for New Problems and New Policies

 43661 - Social Policies and Areas of Welfare

 43662 - Social Policies, People and Territory

 43660 - Social Research Methods and Techniques

 43659 - Tools for Community Action

 43657 - Tools for Understanding Social Situations