1. Understand that the study of the past, although it does not inexorably mark the paths that are going to be followed in the future, does allow, through the explanation of the present, to be in the best possible disposition to face that future.
2. Know the economic, political, social and cultural reality of the time from a comparative perspective.
3. Know and understand the processes of political, social, economic and cultural change in the society of the time.
4. Develop the ability to identify, organize and analyze relevant information critically and systematically on current and past sources.
5. Develop the ability to debate and formulate critical reasoning.