Knowledge branch: Social and legal science
Taught at: FACULTY OF GEOGRAPHY AND HISTORY
Core subjects: 60
Compulsory subjects: 126
Optional subjects: 30
External placements: 12
Degree final project 12
1st year available places: 70
Regulated professions for which the degree certificate qualifies: Not applicable
Languages used in class: Inglés, Castellano, Valenciano
Minimum number of enrolment credits per student: 30 ECTS
Degree Academic Committee President (CAT): Tabanera García, Nuria
Degree coordinator Boscá Codina, José Vicente
External placements coordinator: Pons Alós, Vicente/González Teruel, Aurora
Exchange coordinator González Teruel, Aurora
A degree-holder in Information and Documentation is aware of the theoretical principles and techniques that are needed to search for, organise and evaluate information, as well as to understand how to plan the systems, units and services dedicated to information. They will also apply and use information technologies and understand production and information diffusion processes.
The theoretical subjects include participative classes, historical text commentaries and complementary activities that facilitate understanding and contribute to global assessment.
Students will carry out a mandatory work placement/internship (12 credits), which provides insight to the following professional fields: libraries, information and documentation centres, files, etc. in both public administration and private sectors.