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Master’s in Ethics for Social Construction

Programme

Competences

Generic competences

  • GC01: Form a systemic and dynamic vision that integrates diverse perspectives within the contemporary reflection framework of applied ethics.
  • GC02: Argue the relevance of the judgments that are issued and analyse the consistency of the behaviour itself, based on the principles and values that they sustain.
  • GC03: Exercise self-confidence and initiative in responsible effective decision-making in complex situations.
  • GC04: Lead working groups, ensuring the integration of their members and focusing on high performance.
  • GC05: Identify, recognize and apply a moral-life point of view and the principle of justice
  • GC06: Show the conviction that cultural diversity, inherent in human sociability, creates cohesion and social integration
  • GC07: Analyse and draw up proposals for the resolution of differences arising between persons and/or groups in any type of organisation in the development of ethical adaptation processes
     

 
Especific Competences

  • SC01: Examine, make reasoned assessments, and explain the social construction process, its keys and ethical scope, based on the current state of knowledge on these issues provided by applied ethics.
  • SC02: Apply the knowledge, skills and values that are needed in professional practice to perform in complex contexts effectively, efficiently and with a sense of ethics, mediating between individuals, groups and organisations.
  • SC03: Apply the knowledge, skills and values that are needed to perform in complex contexts effectively, efficiently and with a sense of ethics.
  • SC04: Coordinate in a logical and coherent manner the different factors that interact in difficult situations which require ethically-based dialogue, deliberation, or negotiation.
  • SC05: Mastery of research methodologies, competences and professional duties in applied ethics, specifically those related to ethical adaptation processes.
  • SC06: Evaluate the scope of application of different political theories coordinated from the justice perspective in decision-making processes in the public sphere.
  • SC07: Diagnose the level of responsibility of companies, public institutions and/or social initiative and intervention entities in social construction processes, suggesting a specific social responsibility strategy adapted to the characteristics and fields of activity of each organization.
  • SC08: Strategically place the ethical challenges of universities in their proper context, identifying the conditions and resources required to develop them.
  • SC09: Strategically place the ethical challenges of non-profit organizations in their proper context, identifying the conditions and resources required to develop them.
  • SC10: Lead deliberation and participation processes between different agents for decision-making or conflict resolution.
  • SC11: Apply an ethical approach in management of organizations such as companies, public institutions and/or social initiative and intervention entities, determining its repercussion in ethical quality processes.
  • SC12: Make ethical decisions based on complex situations and risk environments.
  • SC13: Apply rational models to form a global view of reality, being aware of its possibilities and limitations.
  • SC14: Define ethical adaptation schemes for organizations, taking into account all the agents involved and putting forth processes for their integration and institutionalization.
  • SC15: Communicate the results of work, adjusting the register to different audiences.
  • SC16: Promote interdisciplinary development in problem solving to guide political action and social and humanitarian development.
     

 

Programme

Competences

Generic competences

  • GC01: Form a systemic and dynamic vision that integrates diverse perspectives within the contemporary reflection framework of applied ethics.
  • GC02: Argue the relevance of the judgments that are issued and analyse the consistency of the behaviour itself, based on the principles and values that they sustain.
  • GC03: Exercise self-confidence and initiative in responsible effective decision-making in complex situations.
  • GC04: Lead working groups, ensuring the integration of their members and focusing on high performance.
  • GC05: Identify, recognize and apply a moral-life point of view and the principle of justice
  • GC06: Show the conviction that cultural diversity, inherent in human sociability, creates cohesion and social integration
  • GC07: Analyse and draw up proposals for the resolution of differences arising between persons and/or groups in any type of organisation in the development of ethical adaptation processes
     

 
Especific Competences

  • SC01: Examine, make reasoned assessments, and explain the social construction process, its keys and ethical scope, based on the current state of knowledge on these issues provided by applied ethics.
  • SC02: Apply the knowledge, skills and values that are needed in professional practice to perform in complex contexts effectively, efficiently and with a sense of ethics, mediating between individuals, groups and organisations.
  • SC03: Apply the knowledge, skills and values that are needed to perform in complex contexts effectively, efficiently and with a sense of ethics.
  • SC04: Coordinate in a logical and coherent manner the different factors that interact in difficult situations which require ethically-based dialogue, deliberation, or negotiation.
  • SC05: Mastery of research methodologies, competences and professional duties in applied ethics, specifically those related to ethical adaptation processes.
  • SC06: Evaluate the scope of application of different political theories coordinated from the justice perspective in decision-making processes in the public sphere.
  • SC07: Diagnose the level of responsibility of companies, public institutions and/or social initiative and intervention entities in social construction processes, suggesting a specific social responsibility strategy adapted to the characteristics and fields of activity of each organization.
  • SC08: Strategically place the ethical challenges of universities in their proper context, identifying the conditions and resources required to develop them.
  • SC09: Strategically place the ethical challenges of non-profit organizations in their proper context, identifying the conditions and resources required to develop them.
  • SC10: Lead deliberation and participation processes between different agents for decision-making or conflict resolution.
  • SC11: Apply an ethical approach in management of organizations such as companies, public institutions and/or social initiative and intervention entities, determining its repercussion in ethical quality processes.
  • SC12: Make ethical decisions based on complex situations and risk environments.
  • SC13: Apply rational models to form a global view of reality, being aware of its possibilities and limitations.
  • SC14: Define ethical adaptation schemes for organizations, taking into account all the agents involved and putting forth processes for their integration and institutionalization.
  • SC15: Communicate the results of work, adjusting the register to different audiences.
  • SC16: Promote interdisciplinary development in problem solving to guide political action and social and humanitarian development.