UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE MADRID

Spain

Available Courses

This course contributes to the acquisition of the following competencies of Business and administration Grade
General competences
1. Theoretical capacity of analysis and synthesis.
2. Developing creative aptitudes to find and understand new ideas and problem- solving abilities
3. Ability to identify opportunities and threats
4. Ability to work under pressure
5.Negotiation skills
6. Ability to make decisions
7. Ability for being critical and self- critic

Students will develop the following capabilities:
1. Understanding and critical analysis of the reading materials. We attempt to foster curiosity, interest and innovative thought about the topics that will be discussed throughout the course.
2. More specifically, our goal is that our students be capable of grasping general philosophical, legal and social ideas about human rights, its complexities? from a justificatory and conceptual standpoint- as well as its historical development and implementation through international and national legal instruments.

This course aims to increase students’:
1. Analysis of actors in political processes
2. Understanding on attitudes and behaviors of individual and collective actors, individual and collective action, electoral behavior and public opinion

To gain interest in understanding the various theories of democracy, as well as its concepts, authors and central currents; – to be capable of placing the various theories of democracy within the framework of more general Political Science studies; ⎯ to know the main visions of politics and democracy from a diachronic perspective, with particular attention to its contemporary relevance.

This course contributes to the acquisition of the following competencies of the Business and Administration Grade.
General competences
1. Theoretical capacity of analysis and synthesis;
2. Developing creative aptitudes to find and understand new ideas and problem- solving abilities
3. Ability to identify opportunities and threats
4. Ability to work under pressure
5. Negotiation skills
6. Ability to make decisions
7. Ability for being critical and self- criticism
8. Ability to interdisciplinary team work
9. Leadership skills

This course aims to increase students’ ability to:
1. have a good command of English, attaining level C2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages in different written and spoken registers.
2. know and understand the basic principles of the disciplines within what is known as English Studies: the study of the English language and the literature and culture of English Speaking countries.
3. be able to understand, produce, analyze and interpret critically both spoken and written texts of different registers
4. Know how to reflect critically and arrive at conclusions based on empirical evidence and logical argumentation
5. Know how to find, assimilate and interpret written, spoken and electronic information, and know how to use appropriate bibliographical conventions to cite such sources.
6. Be receptive to exchanging ideas and perspectives, expressed with well supported and consistent opinions
7. Gradually work towards attaining learner autonomy, bearing in mind the need for a proactive approach to learning.

Competences:
1. To have a good command of English, attaining level C2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages in different written and spoken registers.
2. To know and understand the basic principles of the disciplines within what is known as English Studies: the study of the English language and the literature and culture of English-speaking countries.
3. Be able to understand, produce, analyze and interpret critically both spoken and written texts of different registers, in both English and Spanish.
4. Know how to reflect critically and arrive at conclusions based on empirical evidence and logical argumentation.
5. Be able to plan and produce oral presentations, academic essays and literary, linguistic and cultural projects
6. Know how to find, assimilate and interpret written, spoken and electronic information, and know how to use appropriate bibliographical conventions to cite such
sources.
7. Be receptive to exchanging ideas and perspectives, expressed with well-supported and consistent opinions
8. Gradually work towards attaining learner autonomy, bearing in mind the need for a proactive approach to learning of literary phenomena, various disciplines. 

By the end of the course students should be able to write an essay on texts in the program analyzing their formal features and identifying their thematic concerns in the historical and cultural contexts in which they belong.

This course contributes to the acquisition of the following competencies of Business and administration Grade.
General competences:
1. Theoretical capacity of analysis and synthesis;
2. Developing creative aptitudes to find and understand new ideas and problem- solving abilities
3. Ability to identify opportunities and threats
4. Ability to work under pressure
5. Negotiation skills
6. Ability to make decisions
7. Ability for being critical and self- criticism
8. Ability to interdisciplinary team work
9. Leadership skills
10. Ability to work in an international context
11. Ability to search, identify and analyze the sources of information relevant to the field of study
12. Ability to process information in internet context and use of tools for remote communication

This course aims to increase students’ ability to:
1. know the features that define communication as a social and cultural phenomenon in monolingual and multilingual settings. 
2. know how to apply ICT and communicative techniques to language and communication consultancy in different contexts and formats. 
3. advise in the design, implementation and evaluation of programs for linguistic and multicultural intervention, consultancy and mediation

Competences:
1. To have a good command of English, attaining level C2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages in different written and spoken registers.
2. Know how to reflect critically and arrive at conclusions based on empirical evidence and logical argumentation.
3. Develop problem-solving skills.
4. Develop a responsible approach to cooperative work environments.
5. To be able to carry out literary and linguistic analysis of a variety of texts in English, using the appropriate terminology and tools, and within the theoretical frameworks
studied.
6. To be able to work collaboratively in tasks
of collective negotiation and to participate constructively in a debate

General competences
1. Theoretical capacity of analysis and synthesis;
2. Developing creative aptitudes to find and understand new ideas and problem- solving abilities
3. Ability to identify opportunities and threats
4. Ability to work under pressure
5. Negotiation skills
6. Ability to make decisions
7. Ability for being critical and self- criticism
8. Ability to interdisciplinary teamwork
9. Leadership skills
10. Ability to work in an international context
11. Ability to search, identify and analyze the sources of information relevant to the field of study
12. Ability to process information in internet context and use of tools for remote communication
13. Skills for public presentation of works, ideas and report
14. Initiative and entrepreneurship CG20. Concern for quality and a well-done job
15. Effective time management

This course aims to increase students’ ability to:
1. have a good command of English, attaining level C2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages in different written and spoken registers.
2. know and understand the basic principles of the disciplines within what is known as English Studies: the study of the English language and the literature and culture of English Speaking countries.
3. Be able to understand, produce, analyze and interpret critically both spoken and written texts of different registers, in both English and Spanish.
4. Know how to reflect critically and arrive at conclusions based on empirical evidence and logical argumentation.
5. Be able to plan and produce oral presentations, academic essays and literary, linguistic and cultural projects
6. Know how to find, assimilate and interpret written, spoken and electronic information, and know how to use appropriate bibliographical conventions to cite such sources.
7. Be receptive to exchanging ideas and
perspectives, expressed with well-supported and consistent opinions

General competences
1. Theoretical capacity of analysis and synthesis;
2. Developing creative aptitudes to find and understand new ideas and problem- solving abilities
3. Ability to identify opportunities and threats
4. Ability to work under pressure
5. Negotiation skills
6. Ability to make decisions
7. Ability for being critical and self- criticism
8. Ability to interdisciplinary team work
9. Leadership skills
10. Ability to work in an international context
11. Ability to search, identify and analyze the sources of information relevant to the field of study
12. Ability to process information in internet context and use of tools for remote communication
13. Skills for public presentation of works, ideas and report
14. Initiative and entrepreneurship CG20. Concern for quality and a well-done job
15. Effective time management
16. Students should know how to apply their expertise in a professional manner, getting enough skills to manage and solve troubles within their area of study
17. Students get the ability to gather and interpret relevant data (usually within their area of study) and, additionally, they will be able to make reasoned judgments on relevant social, scientific or ethical issues. 18. Students can transmit information, ideas, and solutions for a specialized and non-specialized audience
19. Students have developed the necessary learning skills to undertake further studies with a high degree of autonomy
20. Analysis and synthesis capacity
22. Oral and written communication skills in their mother tongue

This course aims to show basic knowledge and understanding of a subject area already familiar from secondary school, progressing now to a level of advanced textbook knowledge, and even to a certain degree of familiarity with knowledge at the forefront of the field of International Studies

Tendency of markets in goods and services to expand throughout the world along recognizably capitalist lines. However, a broader definition which understands globalization as an economic, social, and cultural process of growing communication, interdependence, and change suggests that it dates back to the early modern era, when the Atlantic expansion of Europe in particular produced ever closer links of growing intercontinental interdependence. This “first globalization” led to the exploitation of entire peoples and the forced migration of others, as well as to different forms of contact among diverse cultures, which gave rise to a wide range of extra-local mixtures, hybrids and conflicts.
In order to understand these and other transformations which led to the hegemony of the West in the nineteenth century, this course analyzes a lengthy process whose main protagonists were, first, Portugal and Spain, followed by the north Atlantic states. It will be seen that among the latter Great Britain emerged as the leading power beginning in the later eighteenth century, the period that saw the decisive changes that led
to the Industrial Revolution.

BASIC AND GENERAL SKILLS:
1. Show basic knowledge and understanding of a subject area already familiar from secondary
school, and progressing now to a level of advanced textbook knowledge, and even to a certain degree of familiarity with knowledge at the forefront of the field of study.
2. Develop the learning skills needed to undertake more advanced study requiring a high level of intellectual independence.
3. Develop the learning skills needed to undertake more advanced study requiring a high level of intellectual independence.
4. Locate and interpret complex information from different fields in the humanities and social sciences in order to analyze international problems.
5. Be able to transmit orally information, ideas, problems, and solutions to both specialist and general audiences.
6. Be able to debate global and specific matters, relating concepts and knowledge from different disciplines after analyzing different ideological, theoretical and normative positions.

TRANSVERSAL SKILLS:
1. Acquire a wide range of historical, cultural, socio-political, geographical and ethical knowledge
in order to develop a critical attitude toward social realities.
2. Locate and evaluate by oneself relevant information from oral and traditional written sources along with those available on the internet; know how to use internet resources critically and responsibly.
3. Organize efficiently one’s time and resources when working; develop good habits for planning work and managing time

Specific Objectives of the Course: 
1. To understand the general framework of Health Psychology and its particular subjects and methodology and its differences and similarities with other related matters such as Clinical Psychology. 
2. To be able to identify health problems from a psychological and behavioral perspective.

Based on the experience of students, learners, or connoisseurs of various languages, both the similarities and differences in communication patterns are addressed; during the course, we will ponder
on the relations between culture and communication

Course objectives
1. That students acquire the basic theory that explains the dynamics of demography and processes of inequality and social stratification.
2. That students learn the basic techniques for the analysis of geodemographic processes and inequality.
3. That students acquire the knowledge needed to analyze and diagnose the interactions among the different components of the demographic dynamic in relation with geographical and socioeconomic aspects.
4. That students reflect critically on problems related to population and inequality.

Graduates will be able to approach their professional activity and education following the ethical code of conduct, including, among others, the principles of respect and promotion of fundamental human rights, equity, universal accessibility, democratic values and a culture of peace.
Students will be able to gather and interpret relevant data (usually within their area of study), to make judgments based
on the reflection on relevant social, scientific and ethical issues.
To assess and appreciate the contribution of scientific research to professional knowledge and practice.
To be able to work in teams, adopting cooperative strategies to plan and carry out tasks.
To acknowledge and understand the historic and cultural determinants of the main contributions made by psychology
as a discipline, their origins and how they inform social and institutional practice.
To identify the ontological and epistemological foundations of different psychological schools and their methodological
development from a comprehensive and critical perspective on science and scientific research.
To understand the relationship between psychology as a science and as a profession, identifying the different areas of specialization of psychological knowledge and the contexts where they are applied.

Address
Kompleks Kementerian Pendidikan, Kebudayaan, Riset, dan Teknologi. Gedung D Lantai 18, Jalan Jenderal Sudirman, Pintu Satu, Senayan, Jakarta, Indonesia 10270

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