- Case studies: Learning through the analysis of actual or simulated cases in order to interpret and resolve them by employing various alternative solution procedures.
- Lecture: Pass on knowledge and activate cognitive processes in students, encouraging their participation.
- Solving exercises and problems: Exercise, test, and apply previous knowledge through routine repetition.
The final mark of the course will be the result, on the one hand, of the continuous assessment of the student throughout the teaching semester, and, on the other hand, a written examination at the end of that semester. In such case, in order to pass the subject, the student must obtain, at least, the grade of 5 points in each part.
The mark obtained by the student during the continuous assessment process can amount to 30% of the final mark. This portion will be divided into 2 sections: 10% will be obtained through the active participation of the student in class and their attendance to seminars and the remaining 20% will be the result of the case studies and projects made by the students. The rest of the mark (70%) will be obtained in an exam on site in which the degree of knowledge obtained by the student and the practical applications of this knowledge to solve specific cases will be assessed.
This theoretical-practical exam (only calculators can be used in this exam; other electronic devices and mobiles are forbidden) will include 2 theoretical questions and 3 practical case studies, and each of them will be assessed up to 2 points.
Those students who have not chosen the continuous assessment system will be qualified exclusively on the basis of the final exam of the subject, which will be scored on a maximum of 10 points, as previously indicated.