University Master's Degree in Media, Communication and Culture

Advanced training in research to understand and interpret the key role communication and culture plays in modern societies marked by digitalisation and globalisation

Content Official Master's Degree in Media, Communication and Culture

Study guides

The information currently available corresponds to the subjects offered during the 2024/25 academic year. If you wish to consult the information included in a study guide not found on the list, please visit the Digital Repository of Documents. The complete information of all the subjects of the Degree can be consulted in the Study Plan and timetables section.

The information on the languages used in each subject can be found in the study guide for each subject.

 44709 - Applied Research Design and Analysis

 42441 - Communication and Political Culture

 42442 - Digital Convergence and Communication Policies

 42443 - Epistemology and Methodology of Communication Research

 44116 - Master's Degree Dissertation

 42449 - Collective Narratives and Imaginaries

 42440 - Communication, Development, and Social Change

 42445 - Communication Management and Markets

 42451 - Comparative Media Systems

 44708 - Cultural Policies and Participatory Communication within the Framework of the 2030 Sustainable Agenda

 42448 - Digital Narratives and New Formats

 44716 - Identities, Diversity, and Intercultural Coexistence