The development of the subject may vary given that it is part of a teaching innovation project
The teaching methodology of the subject Financial Analysis I will be entry:
- Master classes: in which the fundamental theoretical and practical concepts that the student must acquire will be developed. To this end, a collection of notes and exercises will be prepared, which the student will have prior to classes. It will also provide the bibliography reference, complementary and additional to the aspects developed in class that will be available to the student to delve deeper into those topics in which they are more interested.
- Resolution of exercises and assumptions applied by the teacher, encouraging the active participation of students in the resolution of the same (both individually and as a team). These exercises will be solved during the master classes.
- Throughout the course, computer rooms will be used to introduce the student to the computer programming tools applied to insurance.
- Resolution by the student of exercises proposed by the teacher that will be delivered throughout the course and that will serve to self-assess their knowledge and acquire the necessary skills.
The 6 ECTS credits would correspond to approximately 4 theoretical credits and 2 practical credits.
Regarding the course 2020/2021, the teaching methodology will be double: online and onsite, conditional to the evolution of public health circumstances.