Resolution Of July 28, 2015, At The Autonomous University Of Barcelona, For Which The Graduate Curriculum In Catalan Studies And Classic Is Published.

Original Language Title: Resolution Of July 28, 2015, At The Autonomous University Of Barcelona, ​​for Which The Graduate Curriculum In Catalan Studies And Classic Is Published.

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Obtained the verification of the curriculum by the universities Council, prior favourable of the National Agency for quality assessment and accreditation, as well as the authorization of implementation by the Government of Catalonia («DOGC» from August 28, 2012) and established the official nature of the title by agreement of the Council of Ministers of November 23, 2012 Resolution of January 17, 2013, of the Secretary of State of universities ("BOE" of February 8, 2013), East Rectorship, 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 curriculum leading to the degree graduate or graduate in Catalan and classical studies from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

BellaTerra, 28 July 2015.-El Rector, Ferran Sancho i Pifarre.

CURRICULUM of the title of graduated in studies of CATALAN and of classic by LA UNIVERSITAT AUTONOMA of BARCELONA code RUCT: 2501792 branch of knowledge: Arts and Humanities-overview of materials and distribution in ECTS credits: basic commodity credits training type 60 mandatory 108 electives 66 work of end of degree 6 240 total credits teachings regarding credits character temporal organization structure language Catalan.





12 basic training.

(Arts and Humanities).





Annual classical language.





24. basic training.

(Arts and Humanities).





Annual / semiannual linguistic.





6. basic training.

(Arts and Humanities).





Semester literature.





6. basic training.

(Arts and Humanities).





Bi-annual contemporary Catalan literature I.





12 basic training.

(Arts and Humanities).





Six-month language and classical literature.





54 obligatory.





Semi-annual methodology.





6 mandatory.





Annual regulations.





6 mandatory.





Semi-annual end of degree project.





6 mandatory.





Semi-annual civilization and thought.





30 optional.





Bi-annual literary criticism.





18 optional.





Six-month Italian culture.





18 optional.





Six-month language and its structure.





24 optional.





Six-month history, culture and Galician society.





12 optional.





Semi-annual Catalan: Variation and Diachrony.





18 optional.





Half-yearly Italian language.





12 optional.





Bi-annual modern language.





120 optional.





Semi-annual German modern language.





24 optional.





Six-month language and Basque culture.





18 optional.





Semester applied linguistics.





18 optional.





Semi-annual General Linguistics.





24 optional.





Semi-annual Indo-European linguistics.





6 optional.





Semester modern Catalan literature.





6 optional.





Biannual classical literature.





24 optional.





Semi-annual comparative literature.





24 optional.





Semi-annual Galician literature.





6 optional.





Semi-annual Italian literature.





12 optional.





Semester literature and German culture.





24 optional.





Six-month Externships.





6 optional.





Bi-annual literary theory.





18 optional.





Catalan language semi-annual: synchrony.





30. mandatory / optional.





Bi-annual contemporary Catalan literature II.





24 mandatory / optional.





Semi-annual Medieval Catalan literature.





24 mandatory / optional.





Semester students can obtain the following mentions studying 30 optional credits:-mention in German.

-Mention in Galician.

-Mention in Italian.

-Mention in Linguistics.

-Mention in comparative literature.

-Mention in Basque.

Academic recognition in credits: students may earn optional credits for participation in University cultural, sports, activities of student representation, solidary and cooperation under the conditions determining the legislation and the regulations in force.