Checking date: 28/04/2023

Course: 2023/2024

Master's Thesis
Master in Work Related Risk Prevention (Plan: 247 - Estudio: 259)


Department assigned to the subject: Social and Private International Law Department

Type: Master Final Project
ECTS Credits: 6.0 ECTS


Ability to apply theoretical knowledge and the knowledge acquired via the practicum for the design and planning of a research project, in addition to the use of quantitative and qualitative research methods. Ability to analyse diverse information and synthesise varied content. Ability to manage and organise information. Developed skills in oral and written communication. Ability to work independently and responsibly. Ability to manage a basic, relevant bibliography and analyse international publications on the subject. Ability to summarise the key points of the line of research and establish possible improvement areas in the theoretical and technical aspects. Ability to plan and organise work. Ability to develop a final project that implies the culmination of knowledge acquired throughout the duration of the Master's degree.
Skills and learning outcomes
Description of contents: programme
1. Title. 2. Contents. 3. Executive summary. 4. Abstract (summary in English). 5. Introduction. 6. Methodological approach used. 7. Development of contents. 8. Results obtained. 9. Conclusions. 10. Bibliographical references and documents used. 11. Figures and Tables. 12. Appendices.
Learning activities and methodology
Monitoring of progress, contents and quality of study and research of the student by a Final Project tutor who will be named and whose specialisation will be appropriate to the area the student has chosen as the subject of his/her project. For the choice of subject, the subject coordinator will guide and assist the student where necessary. In addition to consultation tutorials with each tutor, several tutoring sessions with the group of students will be scheduled for both the development of work and the preparation of the presentation. In the Aula Global, which is designed for the Final Project, a support bibliography and guidelines for the searching for resources, guidelines for the development of essential parts of the project, recommendations for citing the bibliography, time management, etc. will be published. Specific Final Project guidelines:
Assessment System
  • % end-of-term-examination 100
  • % of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals...) 0

Additional information

The course syllabus may change due academic events or other reasons.