Faculties and centres
Students must choose a line of research from those offered in the academic year, in order to initiate research in Applied Linguistics or in other related disciplines, such as Computational Linguistics, Forensic Linguistics, Professional Communication, Teaching English and Spanish for Specific Purposes, and Information and Communication Technologies. Depending on the line of research chosen, the TFM may be supervised by one or two professors teaching in the programme.
Specific Competences (CE)
General Competences of the Degree Course:>>Instrumental: Procedural or Methodological
General Competences of the Degree Course:>>Instrumental: Technological
General Competences of the Degree Course:>>Attitude: Individual
1. To write a Master's dissertation in which the student should be able to:
1.1 Identify an original problem of research.
1.2 Review the state of the art.
1.3 Set up hypotheses or formulate research questions.
1.4 Design or choose convenient research methods.
1.5 Analyse linguistic data using both qualitative and quantitative methods and tools.
1.6 Interpret the results of the study by integrating bibliographical references with their own opinion.
1.7 To draw up conclusions and propose futher research.
1.8 To know how to quote bibliographical references.
2. To present and orally defend the Master's dissertation.