1. To be able to manage, identify, organise and analyse relevant information critically and systematically on current and past sources, in relation to political or other aspects.
2. Be able to assess the reliability and quality of information and its sources using such information in an ethical manner, avoiding plagiarism, and in accordance with the academic and professional conventions of the area of study.
3. Be able to critically analyse, based on their relation to the present, fundamental political events of the past whose effects have survived to the present day.
4. Be able to organise, plan work and make judgements, taking decisions based on this information.
5. Be able to present reasoned comments on the concepts worked on.
6. Know and analyse the main lines of political thought from antiquity to the present day, as well as distinguish the particular characteristics of each one of them.
7. Know and understand the processes of political change in different historical periods, as well as their relationship and impact on the social, economic and cultural spheres.
8. Knowing and understanding the influence of political thought on international relations.
9. Analyse the values inherent to equal opportunities, multiculturalism, political, ideological and cultural pluralism, and fundamental rights, taking as a maxim, both for present and past societies, the great transcendence of cultural relativism.