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COURSE OUTLINE

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The Master's Degree consists of 60 credits distributed in four modules of 12 credits each, in addition to the project End of Master's Degree (12 credits).
Each module is made up of four subjects, and will be taught over one semester (from September to January and from February to May).

Two modules (numbers I and III) will be carried out in the first year, and in the second year, the other two modules (numbers II and IV) will be carried out in the second year. The project Final of Master's Degree can be done during the second course or, if preferred, later.

Format blended learning

The courses are taught at blended learning. Students will attend class one day a week at campus in Madrid, at schedule in the afternoon. Face-to-face classes correspond to 60% of the academic load, that is, 16 hours of face-to-face classes for each subject. The rest will be taken remotely: 4 hours online asynchronously, which will usually serve as guide of the personalized reading plan included in each subject, and 4 hours synchronously to comment on these readings, resolve doubts or carry out other activities. In total, each module will involve 64 teaching hours (16 afternoons) and 48 online hours.

In addition, each year in the second half of June there will be an intensive week in person, with lectures by renowned intellectuals and people from the world of culture, seminars and other activities that complement the training of Master's Degree and facilitate greater interaction between students and professors.

As is customary at model professor of the University of Navarra, professors will be available to assist students directly in tutorials, consultations and meetings.

Modular structure

The student has the possibility of taking each module independently, as Courses of training Superior. In case of taking all four courses, there will be the option of taking the project End of Master's Degree and obtaining the degree scroll of Master's Degree University. 

The four Advanced Courses are: Understanding Today's World: Historical and Social Keys; Scientific Worldview and Religion in the 21st Century; Contemporary Thought and Transcendence; and Search for Meaning in Contemporary Arts and Literature.

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subject Credits Area of knowledge
May '68: an intellectual history

3 ECTS CREDIT

History and Social Thought

After Vatican II: Christianity in Today's World

3 ECTS CREDIT

History and Theology

The transformation of society and the family

3 ECTS CREDIT

Social Thinking

Religion and secularism in the public space

3 ECTS CREDIT

Political Thought and Theology

subject Credits Area of knowledge
The dialogue between science and religion: history and current affairs

3 ECTS CREDIT

Science, Philosophy of Science and Theology

The origin of the universe, of life and of mankind

3 ECTS CREDIT

Science, Philosophy of Science and Theology

Current challenges in science and technology: from transhumanism to artificial intelligence

3 ECTS CREDIT

Science and Philosophy of Science

Ecology: Human beings and the care of the common home

3 ECTS CREDIT

Science and Theology

*The teaching guides for these courses will be available in June '23.

subject Credits Area of knowledge
Contemporary literature and the great human themes

3 ECTS CREDIT

Literature

Christianity and contemporary visual culture

3 ECTS CREDIT

Art and Theology

The Bible in literature and the arts

3 ECTS CREDIT

Art, Literature and Theology

Beauty, art and transcendence

3 ECTS CREDIT

Art, Aesthetics and Theology

*The teaching guides for these courses will be available in June '23.

subject Credits
project end of Master's Degree

12 ECTS CREDIT