Certificate Degrees and Continuing Education

  • Master's Degree in Management, Conservation and Development of Archaeological Heritage

    General Information

    Teaching Languages: Spanish

    Places: 20

    Duration: 65 ECTS credits, 1 year

    Tuition Fee: €2.750

    Access Requirements:

    The ones established in the regulations on Studies leading to Own Degrees of the University of Oviedo. Candidates must be graduates in order to access these kind of degrees.

    Entry application of holders of a non-approved foreign degree shall be accompanied by a report of the body responsible certifying the suitability of the degree presented as well as their equivalence with a Spanish higher education degree.

    Admission Requirements:

    1. Degree in Archaeology, History, Art History and Geography
    2. Degree in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage
    3. Degree in Architecture, Fine Arts, Chemistry, Geology and in any other related area

    Modality: Attendance required

    Schedule: Thursday and Friday from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm; and Saturday from 10:00 am to 14:00 pm.

    Teaching Center: CSU (University Service Centre in Avilés), Faculty of Philosophy and Arts of the University of Oviedo, Common services – University of Oviedo.

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    Professional Opportunities

    Students who complete this Master's Course will have acquired complementary and specialized training in areas related to:

    1. Conservation and restoration of Cultural Heritage
    2. Archaeology
    3. History and Art History
    4. Management of Cultural Heritage
    5. Museology
    6. Teaching Archaeology, History, Art and Conservation of Cultural Heritage
    7. Doing research in the fields of Archaeology, History, Art and Conservation of Cultural Heritage

    Syllabus

    This Master's Course has a duration of 1 academic year, organised in 2 terms and with a total of 64 ECTS credits.

    • MODULE I. THEORY, ANALYSIS AND Y DOCUMENTATION (THEORY AND PRACTICE IN THE CLASSROOM, THE LABORATOY AND THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE)
      • SUBJECT 1: MANAGEMENT OF ARCHAELOGICAL INTERVENTION PROJECTS
      • SUBJECT 2: ARCHAEOLOGICAL ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT APPLIED TO THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE
      • SUBJECT 3: ARCHAEOLOGICAL HERITAGE: INTERVENTION AND INTERPRETATION PROBLEMS
      • SUBJECT 4: ARCHAEOLOGICAL ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT APPLIED TO THE LABORATORY
    • MODULE II.- INTERVENTION IN THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE (THEORY AND PRACTICE IN THE SITE AND THE LABORATORY)
      • ASIGNATURA 5: FACTORES Y CAUSAS DE ALTERACIÓN DE LOS BIENES ARQUEOLÓGICOS
      • ASIGNATURA 6: CONSERVACIÓN DE ESTRUCTURAS ARQUITECTÓNICAS-ARQUEOLÓGICAS
      • ASIGNATURA 7: TRATAMIENTOS IN SITU DE CONSERVACIÓN DE ELEMENTOS EXTRAÍDOS
      • ASIGNATURA 8: TRASLADO Y ALMACENAJE DE BIENES ARQUEOLÓGICOS
      • ASIGNATURA 9: MODELOS DE DINAMIZACIÓN CULTURAL Y ECONÓMICA DEL PATRIMONIO ARQUEOLÓGICO
    • MODULE III. INDIVIDUAL WORK OF STUDENTS: MASTER'S THESIS AND INTERNSHIP
      • PROYECTO FIN DE MÁSTER
      • PRÁCTICAS EN EMPRESAS/INSTITUCIONES

    Contact

    Coordination :

    • José Avelino Gutiérrez González. Professor of Archeology. Department of History of the University of Oviedo

      Telephone: 985 10 44 28

      E-mail: avelino@uniovi.es

      Office: Faculty of Philosophy and Letters. Campus de El Milán – C./ Teniente Alfonso Martínez s/n, 33011 - Oviedo

    • Luis Suárez Saro. Professor of Restoration. Art School of the Principality of Asturias

      Telephone: 617 529 704

      E-mail: lsaro@telecable.es