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Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria
The typology of classes in this UC is fundamentally theoretical and practical, combining exposure to research, discussion and application of content in practical work. It is also intended to create a learning environment applied to the problems of the scientific area, so the more theoretical contents will be presented using case studies and visits, whenever possible to entities operating in the field of Sport Management. The evaluation includes reflection on thematic seminars. There will also be an individual assessment work in which students should apply the principles and fundamentals of economics and management in sport as well as methods of analysis to a case study applied to a specific market according to the specialization that students want.