Resolution Of March 25, 2015, Of The University Of Valencia, By Which Publishes The Modification Of The Curriculum Of Master In Social Economy (Cooperatives And Not-For-Profit Entities).

Original Language Title: Resolución de 25 de marzo de 2015, de la Universitat de València, por la que se publica la modificación del plan de estudios de Máster en Economía Social (Cooperativas y Entidades No Lucrativas).

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Seen that the modification of the curriculum leading to the obtaining of the official title of Master's degree in Social economy (cooperatives and non-profit organizations) was approved by the Government Council of the Universitat de València in regular meeting of March 31, 2014.

Seen that the cited modification record has favourable report from the National Agency for quality assessment and accreditation.

Seen as provided in article 28 of Royal Decree 1393 / 2007, of October 29, modified by Royal Decree 861/2010 of 2 July.

This Rectorate resolved to publish the aforementioned curriculum modification, adding a researcher route of 9 ECTS elective and changing the nature of external practices, keeping the structure as contained in the annex.

Valencia, March 25, 2015.-El Rector, Esteban Jesús Morcillo Sánchez.

ANNEX Plan of studies of the title of Master's degree in Social economy (cooperatives and non-profit entities) branch of knowledge: social science and legal 1. Distribution of curriculum by subject in ECTS credits: 9 (optional) character of subject ECTS obligatory 30 electives 15 Externships 6 total credits 60 2 Master thesis. Description of the modules that comprise the curriculum: modules I v remain unchanged.

Module VI: route specialisation subjects character ECTS external practices.


9. total loans to attend 9 module VII: researcher route materials character ECTS research on social economy.


9 credits total to study 9 each student shall send them 9 ECTS of one of them modules optional VI or VII module VIII: work end of Master course character ECTS work end of master mandatory.

6 total credits to study 6