The Master's Degree can be taken on a full-time or part-time basis. Given the dedication required for this type of studies, students should evaluate their personal and work situation, so if they are working, the advice of the Master's Inter-University Academic Committee is to complete it in two years.
- Must enroll for 60 credits in one year, which makes a total of 1,500 hours of work for the student.
If the student does not have to take the mandatory Complementary Training Module, he/she must enroll in the first year in the subject Dimensions of CSR and Introduction to Sustainability and CSR. A total of 20 credits in the first year.
If the student has to take the compulsory Complementary Training Module, he/she will also have to take this Module in the first year, which means 15 additional ECTS. In total 35 credits in the first year.
- If you choose this option, you will not be able to register for the Master's Thesis until you meet the requirements for this Module.
In any case, you will have to abide by the rules of permanence established by the university for this type of studies.