Main competences/learning outcomes to be provided by the Masters programme
1. An overview of Europe's history and heritage with a focus on cultural and artistic aspects through time, linking with world heritage. The main purpose of this is to provide a global view of both the diversity and the major European periods that structure a common heritage (e.g. the artistic styles, main literary movements, etc....). Students will be able to access the interest and European wide value of specific content based on its relation to the common European heritage.
2. An overview of local/regional/national history and heritage, similar to 1, but at the local/regional/national level. Students will be able to access the local interest of specific context based on its relation to local heritage and the European heritage.
3. An overview of technological possibilities as means of expression (Web, DVD, CD-ROM, games, mobile technologies, etc..). Students will be able to access the possibilities, costs, required skills and reach of different technological solutions and understand the capabilities, specificity and limitations of each medium.
4. Specific competences related to the production of content for the new media. Writing for the digital public, structuring and organizing information in the new media, requirements for texts and other types of information, and requirements for design and functionality. Students will be able to produce or manage the production of content for the new media.
5. An awareness of the problems related to intellectual property rights within the context of a broad understanding of the management issues related to cultural heritage and content production activities. Students will acquire very high level general skills, particularly in project management and team work as well as in financing, budgeting and marketing.