The objective of the Final Master’s Project is the completion of a report or multidisciplinary project, supervised by an advisor, that reflects some of the material or lines covered in the master’s curriculum and demonstrates the knowledge and skills attained by the student throughout the entire program.
The Master’s Project must be developed through the scientific methodology presented by the professors of the different research groups that participate in the Master. In broad terms, the work plan must be composed of:
- Collection and bibliographic search on the assigned topic. State of the art.
- Planning of the line to develop, detailing the bases, objectives and requirements to satisfy.
- Development of the proposal.
- Results, discussion and future lines