60-2016-09-20-Marca UCM Secundaria logo

Master Propio in

Hospitality Management

Evaluation of each Module

The evaluation system is based on a continuous evaluation model.
The student must pass this module, whose evaluation will have the following weighting:

• 60% exam or essay.
• 40% continuous evaluation.

Dissertation/Project for the Master (TFM)

Competencies

The following specific competencies will be developed individually or in association:

- Develop a strategic idea for the hotel sector.
- Develop an innovative idea for the hotel sector.
- Implement business management and / or human resources strategies for the hotel sector.

- Know how to prepare and present hotel business and / or marketing plans.
- Know how to analyze and interpret data to present innovations for the hotel sector.
- Know the local, regional, national and international specificity for global hotel management.

- Know how to apply sustainability instruments in hotel management.

Direction and monitoring system

The TFM will be directed by professors of the Master.

All students will be explained what the Master's Final Project consists of both in the formal and methodological aspects and in its presentation to the committee.

The coordination of the master will assign a tutor to each student or group of students, depending on the proposals submitted by the students and the teaching load of the teachers.

Evaluation criteria and procedures

 

The TFM may be individual or group and must be original.
It will be defended before a committee of three professors constituted for this purpose in which, at least, two of its members must be professors of the course and one of them teaching or research staff of the UCM.

The evaluation of the TFM will have the following weighting:
50% written document.
50% exposure and defense.

Course evaluation criteria and procedures

The evaluation system is based on a continuous evaluation model, as the Master is made up of 6 modules. Each of the modules will consist of one or two subjects of 24 hours.

The student must pass each of the modules whose evaluation will have the following weighting:
• 60% exam or essay.
• 40% continuous evaluation.


In addition to the course successfully completed, the student must develop a Master's Thesis (TFM). The evaluation of the TFM will have the following weighting:
• 50% written document.
• 50% exposure and defense.


Students will obtain a final grade for the Master that will be made up according to the following criteria:
• 60% corresponding to the average mark of the 6 modules.
• 40% corresponding to the grade obtained in the TFM.