Degree Programmes Offered.
  • CT1: Students should be able to search for, select, read, interpret and analyse both written and audiovisual texts and documents (analytically, synthetically and critically).
  • CT2: Students should have initiative, creativity, credibility, honesty, leadership spirit and responsibility, both personally and professionally.
  • CT3: Students should have an understanding of own and other social, historical, economic and cultural aspects within their relevant contexts.
  • CT4: Students should be able to experiment and innovate through the understanding and use of the applied methods and technologies.
  • CT5: Students should be able to defend a culture of peace and respect for the fundamental human rights within the processes of communication, specifically in regards to equality between women and men in all types of communication (informative, interpretative, semiotic, dialogic and opinion).