Course content (verified by ANECA in official undergraduate and Master’s degrees)
General Competences (CG)
Capacity for analysis and synthesis.
Capacity for information management.
Motivation for quality.
Oral and written communication in the current social context.
Capacity for organisation and planning.
Adaptability to new situations.
Ethical commitment to the cultural, natural, historical, artistic, archaeological and ethnographic heritage.
Social commitment to the plural and diverse nature of the realities of modern society, from a respect for fundamental rights and the equality of men and women, equal opportunities, non-discrimination and universal access for the disabled and the values of a peaceful democratic culture.
Specific Competences (CE)
Identify, analyse and explain History from a local, national, European and universal context, understood as a complex and dynamic process.
Capacity to manage resources, computer techniques and Internet to update knowledge using the new information dissemination techniques.
Understand the relationship between past and present events, processes and conflicts.
Capacity to work professionally in the teaching and research of history and in the management of archaeological and historical heritage and cultural resources in modern society.
Master the use of the most significant concepts, categories, theories and themes of the different branches of historical research (economic, social, political, cultural, gender, etc.), as well as appreciating the importance that the different economic, political, social and cultural contexts have for research.
Acquire the methods, techniques and instruments used in the historical sciences.
Acquire the ability to make critical use of documentary historical sources and information gathering tools (document catalogues and bibliographies, archive inventories, electronic databases, etc.).
Read, analyse and interpret archaeological records.
Capacity to communicate and argue orally and in writing in any of the official languages of the Region of Valencia, using the habitual terminology and techniques of historiography as a profession.
Capacity to read original historiographic texts and documents in other languages, as well as communicate orally in foreign languages using the habitual terminology and techniques used in the historiographic disciplines.
Learning outcomes (Training objectives)
Specific objectives stated by the academic staff for academic year 2012-13
Code:32099 Lecturer responsible: No data Credits ECTS:6,00
PREHISTORY, ARCHAEOLOGY, ANCIENT HISTORY, GREEK AND LATIN STUDIES Area:
ARCHAEOLOGY Theoretical credits: 0 Practical credits: 0,2
This Dept. is responsible for the course.
This Dept. is responsible for the final mark record.
HISTORIA MEDIEVAL, HISTORIA MODERNA Y CIENCIAS Y TÉCNICAS HISTORIOGRÀFICAS Area:
HISTORIOGRAPHIC SCIENCES AND TECHNIQUES Theoretical credits: 0 Practical credits: 0,2