Their purpose is for students to obtain general training, in one or more disciplines, aimed at preparing them to carry out professional activities. Passing the teachings gives the right to obtain the Graduate degree.
These plans have 240 credits that contain all the theoretical and practical training. The teachings conclude with the elaboration and defense of an end-of-degree project. The study plans consist of a minimum of 60 basic training credits, of which at least 36 are linked to the subjects that are defined within the different branches of knowledge in which the university degrees are ascribed, which are listed below :
- Arts and Humanities: Anthropology, Art, Ethics, Artistic Expression, Philosophy, Geography, History, Modern Language, Language, Classical Language, Linguistics, Literature, Sociology.
- Sciences: Biology, Physics, Geology, Mathematics, Chemistry.
- Health Sciences: Animal Anatomy, Human Anatomy, Biology, Biochemistry, Statistics, Physics, Physiology, Psychology.
- Social and Legal Sciences: Anthropology, Political Science, Communication, Law, Economy, Education, Business, Statistics, Geography, History, Psychology, Sociology.
- Engineering and Architecture: Business, Graphic Expression, Physics, Computer Science, Mathematics, Chemistry.
These subjects are specified in subjects of six credits each and are offered in the first half of the study plan. The remaining credits up to 60 are made up of basic subjects of the same or other branches of knowledge.
If external internships appear in the study plan, they will have a maximum extension of 60 credits and will preferably be offered in the final phase of the plan.
The final degree project will have between 6 and 30 credits, will be carried out in the final phase of the plan and will be focused on the evaluation of competencies associated with the degree.
The plans may incorporate academic recognition in credits for participation in various activities up to a maximum of 6.
In order to access the Degree courses, it will be necessary to be in possession of a Bachelor's degree or equivalent and to pass the entrance exam to the University.