Resolution Of June 22, 2012, Of The Universidad Autónoma De Madrid, By Which Publishes Curriculum Of Master In Spanish Language: Research And Professional Practice.

Original Language Title: Resolución de 22 de junio de 2012, de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, por la que se publica el plan de estudios de Máster en Lengua Española: Investigación y Prácticas Profesionales.

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Obtained the verification of the curriculum by the universities Council, prior favourable report from the National Agency for quality assessment and accreditation, as well as the authorization of the autonomous community of Madrid, and established the official nature of the title by agreement of the Council of Ministers of 30 July 2010 (published in the «Official Gazette» on September 29, 2010) , This Chancellor, in accordance with the provisions of article 35 of the organic law 6/2001, of universities, in the wording given by the organic law 4/2007, resolved to publish the plan of studies leading to the award of the official Master's degree in Spanish language title: research and professional practice, which will be structured as shown in the annex to this resolution.

Madrid, 22 June 2012.-the Rector, José María Sanz Martínez.

Annex University autonomous of MADRID Plan of studies leading to the title of Master in Spanish language: research and practice professional branch of knowledge: Arts and Humanities 5.1 structure of the teachings.

Table 1. Distribution of curriculum in ECTS by subject subject credits mandatory 8 electives 40 (*) working end of Master 12 Total 60 (*) includes offer Externships.

Table 2. The curriculum route matter subject credits ECTS character common scheme.





Complementary training seminars.





Seminar I: synchronous research of the Spanish problems.





8 optional (*).






Seminar II: Diachronic investigation and variation of the Spanish problems.





8 optional (*).






Research.





Vocabulary, grammar and discourse.





Topics analysis of the speech in Spanish.





4. optional.






Methodology of research on the lexicon.





4. optional.






Theories and methods of research on the Spanish grammar.





4. optional.






Topics of morphology of the Spanish.





4. optional.






The Spanish syntax issues.





4. optional.






Relations between the lexicon and syntax.





4. optional.






Fundamentals of Spanish language for Psycholinguistics research.





4. optional.






Linguistic variation and change.





Methodology of philological research.





4. optional.






Variation and change in the Spanish of Spain.





4. optional.






Syntactic in Spanish change and evolution.





4. optional.






Variation and change in the Spanish of the Americas.





4. optional.






Phonology and grammar: diachronic relations.





4. optional.






Despars in Spanish language.





4. optional.






History of the Spanish Lexicon.





4. optional.






Textual criticism: the manuscript transmission.





4. optional.






Introduction to the Palaeography and codicology the.





4. optional.






Material bibliography and editing of printed texts in the golden age.





4. optional.






Psycholinguistics of the Spanish.





Acquisition of the Spanish as a second language.





4. optional.






Processing of the Spanish language.





4. optional.






Changes in the use of the Spanish language.





4. optional.






Internship (*).





The Spanish as a second language.





The teaching and research of the Spanish as a second language.





4. optional.






The teaching and learning of contents: grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation of the Spanish as a second language.





4. optional.






The development of skills and strategies in the learning of Spanish as a second language/foreign language.





4. optional.






Culture, multiculturalism and Interculturalism in the scope of the Spanish.





4. optional.






Professional Spanish.





The teaching of Spanish in professional fields.





4. optional.






The Spanish for academic purposes.





4. optional.






The Spanish and professional editing of texts.





4. optional.






Corpus and glossaries of the Spanish for specific purposes.





4. optional.






The Spanish Lexicon.





Current Spanish Lexicon.





4. optional.






The current Spanish wording.





4. optional.






Terminology.





4. optional.






The current Spanish lexicography.





4. optional.






Externships.





Externships.





8 optional (*).






Common.





Master thesis.





End of Master work.





12. end of Master work.





(**) Be must study necessarily one of the two seminars.

(***) Mandatory for the professional route.

(****) The Master provides the recognition in the professional route of 8 ECTS completed between the subjects of the Master's degree in French in the professional field: theoretical knowledge to the professional competencies.

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