Students shall have demonstrated that they possess and comprehend knowledge in an area of study that is built upon the basics of general secondary education. While knowledge at this level relies on advanced textbooks, ir also includes certain aspects that imply knowledge from the forefront of their field of study.
Students shall know how to apply their knowledge to their work or vocation in a professional manner, and they have attained the competences that are usually demonstrated through the formulation and defense of arguments and problem solving within their area of study.
Students shall have the capacity to collect and interpret relevant data, normally within their area of study, to make judgements that include a reflection on relevant social, scientific or ethical topics.
Students shall be able to convey information, ideas, problems and solutions to both specialized and non-specialized audiences.
Students shall have developed the learning skills needed for further studies with a high degree of autonomy.
Plan, manage and work autonomously; aspects related to initiative and motivation, planning and organization (setting goals and priorities, establishing a sequence and organizing time, etc.) as well as proper time management.
Understand, analyze and resolve situations, and apply knowledge to practice. This involves problem solving in unfamiliar or new environments, the development of creative thinking, reasoning and critical assessment of one's own work and that of others, as well as decision-making.
Assess and innovate at work. This means tracking or monitoring and assessing one's work and that of other, applying means for improvement and innovation.
Communicate and convey information in oral and written form in Spanish and other languages, using different media with different types of interlocutors.
Use the tools and resources of the Knowledge Society with regard to ICT management, the search for relevant information and its organization, data collection, database management and presentation.
Work as a team and develop skills such as coordinating the work of others, particularly work groups; effectively negotiate, resolve and mediate conflicts and have the capacity for leadership.
Maintain professional ethics, which are understood as the respect for and promotion of fundamental rights, equality between men and women, human rights and the principles of universal accessibility and design for all people, the values of a culture of peace and democratic values.
Master the Spanish language for advanced communication, in both oral and written form, as well as communications skills in work, business and institutional settings.
Master a second and third modern language for purposes of communication.
Have knowledge of classical languages and information about their cultures.
Know the biological fundamentals of language and of the processes of communication.
Recognize the diversity and equality of languages, as well as the geo-linguistic variation of the Spanish language, which will enable students to engage in social and political actions aimed at prompting languages.
Be aware of and know how to analyze different levels of language, including knowledge of Spanish grammar and techniques and methods of analysis.
Have an understanding of aspects of teaching Spanish, in terms of theory and the methodology used to teach Spanish as a native,second or foreign language.
Know the history of Spanish, in terms of its internal and external historical evolution, its techniques and methods of linguistic analysis.
Know the principles and techniques to engage in activities aimed at linguistic mediation from an intercultural, business and interprofessional perspective.
Understand the social, geographical, socio-linguistic and stylistic dimensions of the Spanish language.
Understand the geographical, historical and philosophical dimensions of the communities that use Spanish as a language of social communication.
Be aware of the relationships between language, society, culture and ideology, as well as models and techniques of linguistic policies and planning.
Have knowledge about Spanish and Latin American literature, as well as theoretical and methodological trends in literary criticism and theory, and theory and criticism arts in general, as well as the relationships between literature and other artistic disciplines.
Create relationships between the theoretical, technical-methodological and practical components of the different disciplines associated with the proposed Degree.
Relate linguistic knowledge to other non-linguistic disciplines (education, history, geography, philosophy, cinema, etc.)
Receive, undestand and express scientific and technical knowledge taught during the Degree.
Provide instruction on the Spanish on the Spanish language and linguistics in different professional environments, and develop language teaching methods.
Manage and control editorial quality to carry out tasks related to consulting and linguistic correction in the fields of social and business communication, among others.
Critically assess the bibliography consulted and consider it within the framework of a theoretical perspective.
Identify problems and topics for research and assess their importance.
Communicate personally and effectively in Spanish and English
Present information concisely and effectively
Know how to find information
Have the creativity to solve problems and the ability to react to new situations
Know how to work as a team and manage time
Respect the fundamental rights and the right to equality of opportunities between men and women, the principles of equality of opportunities and universal accessibility for people with disabilities, and the values of a culture of peace and democratic values.
Master of language skills associated with the English language for the B2 (Common European Framework ) level .