The course will be based on classroom work sessions, both theoretical and practical, which will discuss the various pre-defined contents. Case studies will be conducted to help contextualize the concepts covered in each lesson. The active participation of students in the classroom and during fieldwork outings will be crucial for monitoring the modules.
The design and development of the Master's Final Project (MFP) will allow interrelate and integrate different contents and knowledge acquired during the Master. This project will be essential to obtain the degree.
The modules are taught by a team of professors and active professionals in the fields of tourism, heritage, teaching and popularization, as well as by coordinators responsible for the modules, with the primary function of stimulating the learning process, ensuring monitoring and the optimal use of the course. Students will have a mentor for their Master's Final Project (MFP).
The assessment will be based on participation and work developed by students in the different modules as well as on the outcome of their final project, which should apply the knowledge acquired during the Master.