Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Training professionals for the cultural world
The Cultural Management programme comprises an inter-university master’s degree, which the UOC runs in conjunction with the University of Girona (UdG), and a broad variety of complementary postgraduate degrees.
This wide-ranging programme aims to train professional cultural managers to meet the requirements of a large, rapidly growing sector that offers various career paths, and to incorporate culture into the field of research and innovation.
Master's and postgraduate degrees
UOC-UdG inter-university master’s degree in Cultural Management
Coordinated by the UOC, which designed it alongside the UdG, this inter-university master’s degree offers a holistic, cross-disciplinary perspective on cultural management. To that end, it combines a thorough analysis of cultural policies with three specialisations, corresponding to the three areas within the field which have undergone the most significant growth in recent years, namely heritage interpretation, cultural tourism, and cultural industries and sectors. All the training involved takes place online, allowing for it to reflect each and every one of the new circumstances to which the generalisation of the use of ICTs in the cultural arena has given rise. Oriented to both professional practice and research, the master’s degree consists of 60 ECTS credits.
The course is complemented by specialised postgraduate programmes that provide knowledge geared to professional practice.
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