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Curricular Map and Academic Trajectory

The activities of the program, both curricular and those of permanence and graduation requirements, are followed and suggested by a Tutor and by ad hoc tutoring committees for each student in the program. These committees are made up of the thesis director (main tutor) and two more academics, whose mission is to ensure the adequate academic performance of the students within the program.

List of Subjects, courses or seminars by axis


Example of academic trajectory

The following table schematically presents the ideal programming per semester throughout the DCC. It is important to point out that the subjects are not serialized, although there are requirements regarding the semesters in which they can be taken (Table 2). Likewise, compulsory activities without value in credits are included, such as the Research Rotation, the Permanent Research Forum and Complementary Academic Activities.

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