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Master's Degree in Social Rights, Tecnopolitics and Digital Culture

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Classes taught in:
Spanish
Start of classes:
16 October 2017
End of program:
06 July 2018
Class times:

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 18:30h a 21:30h

Program type:
Màster propi
ECTS:
60
Modality:
On-Campus
Tuition fees:
7,800.00€
Internship:
Extracurricular
Location:

The Master Program in Civil Rights, Technopolitics and Digital Culture (common goods, democracy and communication in the information age) trains active agents in the new models of strategic initiative that are taking place in the context of the information age. Multipurpose professionals who carry out new forms of organization and initiative and lead transforming sectors as well as those under transformation.

Throughout the course you will be trained in the new digital rights; you will learn the dynamics of network operation and the many options they offer; you will learn how to design, manage and lead the transformation of policies to fit the current context; you will discover new forms of communication and participation; you will learn new methodologies for the strategic design of action plans; and you will understand the possibilities of the digital context and data for perfecting abilities and skills in all professional fields.

The Master Program in Civil Rights, Technopolitics and Digital Culture is aimed at professional journalists, lawyers, political cadres, public managers, entrepreneurs, economists, activists and managers of the third sector and organizations in transformation processes as well as researchers and academics in social sciences and humanities. Also for managers in organizations and institutions that promote participation programs, networking, social responsibility and advocacy.

Why this program?

  1. Because professionals specifically trained in the network dynamics of the digital society are needed so that they make the most of their potential for their own benefit and the organizations they serve, as well as the community.
  2. For its methodological approach, since it is a program more oriented towards initiative than academic reflection or technological innovation. No previous technological skills are required.
  3. Because it aims to help academic institutions, professionals and organizations to relocate and adapt to the current scenario.
  4. Because it has the collaboration of XNet, specialists in technopolitical initiative, recognized for fostering free culture, net neutrality and digital rights in the post-Snowden revelation era and encouraging real transformation devices like Mailboxes against Corruption that have allowed the opening of the Bankia and the Black Cards case.
  5. Because it a first rate national and international teaching staff with capacity to strengthen the influential networks in this area.
  6. Because it incorporates an advanced, self-designed learning model based on the educational philosophy of the UPF Barcelona School of Management's manifesto.
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