The inter-university masterís degree in Economic History has a length of one academic year.
During the first semester, students must take 30 credits corresponding to the three mandatory academic modules:
- Development and economic growth: Theory and history
- Development from a historical perspective: Economic sectors and factors markets
- Determinants of development
During the second semester, students must take 30 credits directly related to the research pathway of the masterís degree. These must include at least 10 credits of the 20 available for the module focusing on the specific lines of research to which the program is linked. The module contains a group of course units designed to provide students with an in-depth understanding of the specific knowledge areas in each line of research.
Students will also have a study load equivalent to 20 ECTS credits for methodological work and a research assignment. These credits will be awarded for the student participation in a methodology seminar and for the work carried out in the preparation and implementation of an original research assignment.
Part-time students have to register their research work during the second year of the Master.†