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Humanidades. Menciones en Historia y Filosofía e Historia de las Religiones

Curriculum

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Titulación:                          Grado en Humanidades
Duración:                           4 años
Créditos:                            60 ECTS anuales x 4 años = 240 ECTS
Dedicación:                        Exclusiva
Nº plazas:                           60
Idioma:                              Castellano, Euskera e Inglés.
Prácticas:                           Optativas. 4º curso
Programa internacional: Optativa
Trabajo fin de Grado:       6 ECTS
Lugar de impartición:      Campus de Bilbao

 

Competences

Generic competences

These are competences expected of any university graduate. They are transversal and applicable to a wide variety of professional profiles. They enable students to reach their objectives and develop the cognitive, instrumental and attitudinal skills needed to work in the fields of culture, the arts and education.
 

Critical thinking: learn about the fundamentals of ideas, actions and judgements.
 

  • Problem solving capacity
  • Efficient teamwork
  • Committed responsible individuals
  • Persons capable of carrying out everyday tasks capably
  • Persons with initiative
  • Persons who understand and accept social and cultural diversity.

Specific competences

These competences are closely linked to the scope of knowledge, skills and values in the Humanities.
 

Demonstrate a mastery of spoken and written Basque, English and Spanish.

  • Use essential methodology tools.
  • Show a command of the new historiographic tendencies of these studies.
  • Give supporting reasons for the relevance of Humanities in education.
  • Interpret and use the corpus of knowledge developed in History, Philosophy and History of Religion.
  • Apply interdisciplinary criteria.
  • Interrelate historical information to contribute to knowledge of Global History.
  • Use the tools specific to these disciplines.
  • Effectively and easily use the basic rules of argumentative logic.
  • Contribute to fostering coexistence and religious and social dialogue.

 

Curriculum

tabla

Titulación:                          Grado en Humanidades
Duración:                           4 años
Créditos:                            60 ECTS anuales x 4 años = 240 ECTS
Dedicación:                        Exclusiva
Nº plazas:                           60
Idioma:                              Castellano, Euskera e Inglés.
Prácticas:                           Optativas. 4º curso
Programa internacional: Optativa
Trabajo fin de Grado:       6 ECTS
Lugar de impartición:      Campus de Bilbao

 

Competences

Generic competences

These are competences expected of any university graduate. They are transversal and applicable to a wide variety of professional profiles. They enable students to reach their objectives and develop the cognitive, instrumental and attitudinal skills needed to work in the fields of culture, the arts and education.
 

Critical thinking: learn about the fundamentals of ideas, actions and judgements.
 

  • Problem solving capacity
  • Efficient teamwork
  • Committed responsible individuals
  • Persons capable of carrying out everyday tasks capably
  • Persons with initiative
  • Persons who understand and accept social and cultural diversity.

Specific competences

These competences are closely linked to the scope of knowledge, skills and values in the Humanities.
 

Demonstrate a mastery of spoken and written Basque, English and Spanish.

  • Use essential methodology tools.
  • Show a command of the new historiographic tendencies of these studies.
  • Give supporting reasons for the relevance of Humanities in education.
  • Interpret and use the corpus of knowledge developed in History, Philosophy and History of Religion.
  • Apply interdisciplinary criteria.
  • Interrelate historical information to contribute to knowledge of Global History.
  • Use the tools specific to these disciplines.
  • Effectively and easily use the basic rules of argumentative logic.
  • Contribute to fostering coexistence and religious and social dialogue.