The evaluation criteria are: - Clarity, precision and order in the execution and presentation of papers and exams. - Accurate and comprehensive knowledge of the subject. PRESENTIAL MODALITY A (Classroom learning): The final grade will be determined by averaging the sum of the practices applied during the course ( 50%) and the mark obtained in the final exam (50 %). The student must obtain at least between 2 and 2.5 points on both parts for medium and qualify for evaluation in this mode. SEMI -PRESENTIAL MODALITY B: Students making use of this method will make a theoretical and practical (100 % ) examination in the examination sessions .
Adaptation of the results to the learning objectives proposed.
Proper presentation of the work in due time and form.