Master in Constitutional Theory and Human Rights
Universidad Nacional Del Litoral
Santa Fe, Argentina
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It is aimed at graduates in Law and Political Science who seek to: deepen and specialize their knowledge in the field of Constitutional Studies and Human Rights, based on a quality academic training and a multidisciplinary perspective. Based on its design and content, the master's degree is expected to strengthen critical analysis and contribute to the consolidation of participatory democracy. To train researchers with the capacity to carry out research independently and with scientific rigor in the field of Constitutional Theory and Human Rights. Strengthen the exercise of teaching and research in the subjects covered by the Master's Degree. Contribute to the production of rigorous knowledge related to legal and social processes and phenomena with a view that is inserted from the South and dialogues with the world.
The Master's Degree in Constitutional Theory and Human Rights is structured on a total base of 50 Academic Credit Units (UCAs), equivalent to 750 hours to be developed in different academic activities, which are deployed in four semesters.