This subject constitutes the student's first step in research. It allows them to culminate their research training and to confront their Master Thesis.
1. Basic skills:
- Apply the knowledge gained and the ability to confront new problems in contexts related to this field of study.
- Integrate knowledge and face complexity to formulate assessments form limited information
- Communicate conclusions and the reasons that justify them to skilled and non skilled audiences.
- Incorporate learning skills to continue the process of learning in an autonomous way.
2. General skills
- Use of specialized techniques to handle legal and doctrinal instruments to solve theoretical and practical issues.
- Ability to look for, process and analyze relevant information form different sources
- Ability to learn, actualize and complete knowledge
- Dominate methods and techniques of legal research
- Adaptation to new situations with continuous and autonomous learning.
- Ability to apply mechanisms to deal with complex legal and social issues related to human rights form a multidisciplinary approach.
- Acquisition of attitudes of permanent inquiry, leading to identify and use relevant specialized sources of information.
3. Specific skills
- Identify and analyze the economic and social implications in the development of rights and liberties.
- Organize and plan the stages of an investigation on human rights in a coherent way.
- Justify alternative developments in the theory of human rights