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DESCUBRE LAS ASIGNATURAS QUE ESTUDIARÁS
The Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Studies at the University of Navarra consists of 120 ECTS credit (each one is equivalent to 25-30 hours of work) spread over two academic years. Taking into account the modality mixed studies in which it is taught, the MMF has been structured into four major modules aimed at achieving a systematic and comprehensive training in marriage and the family, from the perspective of eight different scientific areas: Humanities Basics; Biomedicine; Psychology, Psychopathology and Family Therapy; Education; Social Sciences; Theology; Politics and Law; Communication and the Arts.
Module I: instructions general concepts (43 ECTS credit)
1st, 1 wk | 3 ECTS credit
- Anthropology of spousality and conjugality (Mr. Leandro Gaitán and Mr. Miquel Solans).
- Philosophical Anthropology (Mr. Juan Fernando Sellés Dauder)
- Ethics of Marriage and Family Values (D. Daniel Doyle Sánchez)
1st, 2 wks | 3 ECTS credit |
- Philosophy of Marriage and the Family (D. Gonzalo Alonso Bastarreche)
- Structure and dynamics of conjugal love (D. Javier Escrivá Ivars)
2nd, 3 wks | 3 ECTS credit |
1st,1 wk | 2 ECTS credit
- Biomedicine of conjugal relations and the conception of human life (D. Jokin de Irala Estévez).
- Biomedicine of the natural regulation of human fertility (D. Jokin de Irala Estévez)
- Biology of Personality (Mr. Luis Eudave Ramos and Ms. Sara García González)
- Bioethics (Mr. Antonio Pardo Caballo)
2nd, 1 wk | 2 ECTS credit
- Demographics (Ms. Carolina Montoro Gurich and Ms. Dolores López Hernández)
- Economic dimension of the family (Mrs. Cristina Enache Enache)
- Family history (Ms. Rocío García Bourrellier)
- Sociology of the family (Ms. Ana Costa París)
2nd, 3 wks | 2.5 ECTS credit |
1st, 1 Sem | 2 ECTS credit
- Theological Anthropology (Mr. Juan Fernando Sellés Dauder)
- Theology of Marriage and the Family (D. José Mª Pardo Sáenz)
- Marriage and family morality (D. José Mª Pardo Sáenz )
- Social Doctrine of the Church (D. Rodrigo Muñoz de Juana)
Module II: instructions specific concepts (53 ECTS credit)
1st, 1 Sem | 3 ECTS credit
- Psychology of Ages (D. Elkin O. Luis García)
- Fundamentals of personality psychology for family therapy (Dª. Carmen Laspra Solís)
- Psychology and psychopathology of conjugal and family communication (Ms. Paloma de Cendra de Larragán).
2nd, 3 Weeks | 3 ECTS credit |
2nd, 2 Weeks | 3.5 ECTS credit |
- Family Intervention Procedures (D. Martiño Rodríguez González)
1st, 1 Sem | 3 ECTS credit
- Fundamentals of Family Pedagogy (Ms. Sonia Rivas Borrell)
- Education family in adolescence (Ms. Carmen Urpí Guercia)
- Education family in childhood (Ms. Sonia Rivas Borrell)
- Guidance models in family psycho-pedagogy (D. Álvaro Balaguer Estaña)
- Psychopedagogy of intergenerational relations (Ms. Nuria Garro Gil)
1st, 1 Sem | 3
- General Theory of Marriage (D Javier Escrivá Ivars)
- Human Rights and Family Rights (Mr. Javier Escrivá and Ms. Elisa Rodrigues de Araujo)
- Canonical Marriage Law (Mr. Álvaro González Alonso)
- Matrimonial law and crises (Mr. Javier Escrivá Ivars)
- enquiryfamily counseling and mediation (Mr. Javier Escrivá Ivars)
- Civil Law of marriage and the family (D. Javier Nanclares Valle)
- Family Policy and Social Policies (Ms. Carolina Montoro Gurich and Mr. Guillermo Barrios Baudor)
- Legal Protection of the Family (Ms. Elena Iñigo Corroza)
Module III: Interdisciplinary classroom (10 ECTS credit)
Module IV: Master's Thesis
The Study program of the University Master's Degree in Marriage and Family (MMF) is organised in a combination of online and face-to-facemodes of study, and takes place over two years, with a total of 120 ETCS: 110 ETCS online and 10 ETCS face-to-face at ECTS credit .
The online teaching is completed with a mandatory classroom period, which takes place at the end of each academic year (in the first half of June) at the headquarters of the University of Navarra, Pamplona, Spain.
professor The classroom teaching regime, of attendance , is organised through the "Interdisciplinary Classroom" module with a total load of 10 ECTS credit, divided into two subjects: "Interdisciplinary Classroom I" and "Interdisciplinary Classroom II", with a load of 5 professor of 5 ECTS credit each one.
MODULE III: INTERDISCIPLINARY ATTENDANCE
Credits ECTS credit
Interdisciplinary Face-to-Face Seminars
1st, 2 Sem
2nd. 4 Sem
Since the first edition of the Master's Degree (2000), the Interdisciplinary Classroom Module has sought to provide a space in which teachers and students can study in depth the issues under study in the different areas of knowledge of the MMF. The aim of the face-to-face programme is to cross the boundaries between subjects and disciplines, to unite theory and practice, academic and professional world, so that students are better prepared in their own working world and can better respond to social demands in a globalised world multidisciplinary .
In this way, we have managed to adapt this classroom teaching modality to make it a part of core topic for the fulfilment of the general objectives of the Master's, the loyalty of student and the intensification of the students' professional relations (intra and inter-promotions).
The Interdisciplinary Presential I and II are convened at the end of each academic year and are developed through a set of interdisciplinary seminars of applied research designed specifically for each course with the collaboration of the Master's academic staff and the resource to different methodologies: round tables, conferences, case studies, debates, etc. Through these resources, the aim is to foster the ability to communicate in a constructive way in different social and cultural environments and to encourage critical capacity and the ability to apply theory to particular cases.
The attendance to the "Presencial Interdisciplinar I" and the "Presencial Interdisciplinar II" is compulsory and is subject to a daily control during the development of the presential courses.
The subjects "Presencial Interdisciplinar I" and "Presencial Interdisciplinar II" cannot be validated by work or any other academic activity other than the personal attendance to them.
The face-to-face programme is committed to the student, as the protagonist of their training, boosting their motivation and creativity, and encouraging the teamwork, so that all of this constitutes a truly significant academic experience.
First year students and second year students follow their own specific training programme.
The innovation and topicality of the subjects studied in the on-site course do not imply improvisation. They are coordinated by the MMF Management, with the presence and active participation of all the Master's subjects.
The contents of the different classroom teaching activities are designed each year according to the following criteria:
a) questions of goal interest arising in the development of the on-line courses, or proposed by the students
b) topical and impactful issues related to the subjects of the Master's programme
c) topics agreed upon by the Management and the various areas of the Master's programme
(d) the time requirements of each activity.
The Master's Management puts special emphasis on the appropriate distribution of time for each of the proposed activities and their thematic sequence, so that the classroom programme is not only orderly but also, and especially, coherent and agile in its thematic sequences.
IN CONCLUSION, the aim of the face-to-face programme is to cross the boundaries between subjects and disciplines, to unite theory and practice, academic and professional worlds, so that students are better prepared in their own working world and can better respond to social demands in a globalised world multidisciplinary .
Through attendance, the aim is also to offer an academic time and space to foster a real sense of university promotion among students, to deepen and consolidate professor-student relationships, to intensify students' personal and professional relationships and finally, and very importantly, to enjoy the academic environment, the facilities and other services offered by the University of Navarra, of which they are students.