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Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria
The theoretical component will be developed through the exposure and systematization of content, discussions and analysis of scientific texts and, possibly, through seminars with invited experts. The practical aspect will result from the study and presentation of real cases by students and, whenever possible, with study visits to organizations with initiatives in the field of social entrepreneurship.
Presentation and systematization of content.
Study visits, seminars, discussion of texts and formulation of problems and solutions
Tutorial and self guided learning.
Presentation and systematization of content and self-learning will provide the basis for the written test and analysis of scientific texts. Study visits, seminars, discussion of texts, formulation of problems / solutions reinforce the practical component of the UC translated in terms of assessment in the participation and implementation of practical work.