The academic program corresponding to the distance (online) learning mode for Bachelor of Arts in Philology – Modern Languages: will take place over three courses, the third of which will be divided into a theoretical phase and a practical phase. Please see:
|First year||Foreign Language B2||24 ECTS|
|Translation Techniques I||12 ECTS|
|Cultural History I (Literature)||06 ECTS|
|Phonetics and Phonology||06 ECTS|
|Textual Linguistics||06 ECTS|
|Second year||Foreign Language C1||24 ECTS|
|Translation Techniques II||12 ECTS|
|Cultural History II (History, Art, Music)||06 ECTS|
|Applied Language: Foreign Trade||06 ECTS|
|Semantics and Pragmatics||06 ECTS|
|Third year||Foreign Language C2||24 ECTS|
|Psycholinguistics and Neurolinguistics||06 ECTS|
|Related Subjects||04 ECTS|
|Final Project||10 ECTS|
The work dynamic corresponding to the distance learning mode will be based on the following strategy:
1. The organization for the degree will periodically send the material corresponding to each lesson via email according to the established schedule. Materials will be sent in text format, depending on the nature of the document (normally editable .doc or .pdf), and the content of said materials will include the following documents: Principles and theory of each lesson being studied (content presentation, etc.) / Bibliographical references in the field being studied for the area specialization block / Proposed tasks to apply the theory studied.
2. Students sending the professor the required tasks.
3. The Bachelor’s administration will return the corrected tasks to the students in a period of no more than 15 days. Corrections will include a detailed evaluation of the student’s performance.
When documentation is sent, students will receive a schedule for telephonic and electronic tutorials which will remain effective for the duration of the Bachelor. During these tutorials, students may consult faculty about the material sent and the completion of tasks as well as exchanging ideas about corrections made.
In addition to the contact that students may wish to have with the professors of each lesson (something that is encouraged), each student will have an advisor assigned who they can work with on an individual basis throughout the program and who they can turn to for any question or problem they may have of an academic nature.
The schedule of activities corresponding to the theoretical phase of studies will abide by the following calendar (below, please see lessons and area content):
|Module||Study Content||Materials Sent||Exercises and Tasks Turned In||Corrections Returned|
|LESSON Translation Techniques I||Translation Techniques I First task||October 1, 2018||November 4, 2018||November 19, 2018|
|Translation Techniques I Second task||October 22, 2018||November 25, 2018||December 10, 2018|
|LESSON Cultural History I (Literature)||Cultural History I (Literature) First task||November 12, 2018||December 16, 2018||January 8, 2019|
|Cultural History I (Literature) Second task||December 3, 2018||January 6, 2019||January 21, 2019|
|LESSON Phonetics and Phonology||Phonetics and Phonology First task||December 21, 2018||January 27, 2019||February 11, 2019|
|Phonetics and Phonology Second task||January 14, 2019||February 17, 2019||March 4, 2019|
|LESSON Textual Linguistics||Textual Linguistics First task||February 4, 2019||March 10, 2019||March 25, 2019|
|Textual Linguistics Second task||February 25, 2019||March 24, 2019||April 8, 2019|
|LESSON Sociolinguistics||Sociolinguistics First task||March 18, 2019||April 21, 2019||May 6, 2019|
|Sociolinguistics Second task||April 8, 2019||May 12, 2019||May 27, 2019|
|LESSON B2 Foreign Language||B2 Foreign Language First task||April 29, 2019||June 2, 2019||June 17, 2019|
|B2 Foreign Language Second task||May 20, 2019||June 23, 2019||July 8, 2019|
|B2 Foreign Language Third task||June 10, 2019||September 1, 2019||September 16, 2019|
|B2 Foreign Language Fourth task||July 1, 2019||September 1, 2019||September 16, 2019|