A) System A, by default. -Final examination of the entire syllabus, with a value of 70% of the final grade: It will contain 3 questions, about 25-30 minutes each, of development. All the questions of each part must be answered with a minimum score of 5 out of 10. Each one will be worth 1/3 of the total.- Continuous evaluation, with a value of 30% of the final grade: All scheduled face-to-face classes must be attended ( only the non-attendance to class 1, justifiably, provided that the same is not resolution of practical cases, which can not be missed in any way, for these purposes). The correct interventions will be scored to the questions that the Professor makes about the content of the previous lessons of the Program (they have been object of face-to-face session or not) and on the practical cases raised, in examination or in the classes. B) System B, for those students who believe that they will not be able to comply with the requirements of System A and expressly request System B or for those who do not meet these requirements. - The continuous assessment is articulated with a written partial examination. liberatory, with two questions of about 25-30 minutes each, of development; but both must be answered with a minimum score of 2.5 out of 5, in order to approve the exercise. -Final written exam that will only contain 2 questions from the part not submitted to the partial examination, for those who had approved this and who will include 4, for those who had suspended it or had not submitted to the partial. All the questions of each part must be answered with a minimum score of 2.5 out of 5, in order to pass the final exam of the whole syllabus. One of the two parts of the program will be considered released with a 5 or more, both for the purposes of the final examination of the ordinary call and the exams of September and December of each academic year, but not of other academic courses. Any of the two parts of the Program (the first part, or the second part, the end part) will be considered for the ordinary and extraordinary calls for successive academic courses, if 7 or more than 7 are obtained in the same, with the condition that they do not lose their respective files (which are not centralized in centralized databases of the University, but are only held by the Professor, who is not free of accidental or non-voluntary data loss from him and, therefore, can not be responsible for a loss of these types). For the respect of the previous notes, the student must indicate in which convocation he / she obtained such a note, in order to be able to locate it. In the final examination of the ordinary call and examinations of the extraordinary calls will be a case study of any part of the program, to be resolved with the indications that have been provided by the Professor throughout the course and whose reasoned resolution successful will add up to 0.5 additional points to the final theory grade. Therefore, it will add, in your case, but never subtract.