Theoretical content (60% of the final grade):
The theoretical module of the subject will be evaluated by means of a multiple-choice test with three alternative answers (80% of the theoretical grade) and two short developmental questions (20% of the theoretical grade). The multiple-choice exam will attempt to include a minimum of two questions per subject, although this number may vary depending on the dedication to the different theoretical contents during the master classes. The formula to apply for the correction of the multiple-choice exam will be: Note = [(number of successes - (number of errors/k - 1)/n)] x 10, where k is the number of alternatives and n is the total number of questions in the exam.
Practical content (40% of the final grade):
Mode 1. The practical module of the subject will be evaluated from the delivery of a final report, elaborated in group, which will include a report for each practice carried out. The reports must conform in content and form to the guidelines indicated in each of the practical sessions. It is obligatory to attend 70% of the sessions.
Mode 2. Those students who do not attend the 70% of practical classes will have to take an exam that will consist of a series of short development questions about a practical case. This exam will be taken on the same day as the theoretical exam and after that.
Final grade of the subject:
It is necessary to obtain at least 5 points in both modules (theoretical and practical) to pass the subject.