This course is aimed at students in the first year of the Degree in Law. It is considered an essential subject because it studies fundamental concepts of economics and national accounting. This knowledge is useful not only for law students as such these cursing this subject but also as citizens who consume, invest, receive public subsidies, payments taxes and make many other decisions, in the economic matters.
The content of this course deals with fundamental parts of any financial, business, social, legal or political activity. Then, this discipline is necessary and essential within the context of the degree.
The subject consists of six ECTS credits. In it, the basic concepts, instruments and criteria necessary to get a general knowledge of the most relevant economic issues are explained. This subject is designed for students who are beginners in the study of economics and accounting, as well as for those who need to achieve a global view of them and the different issues and problems comprised.
We propose the knowledge of the accounting-economic principles from a multidisciplinary view. We do not intend to study the subject in all its extension and depth, but simply offer the student a panoramic vision of it, as befits the idea of a program at the level of a subject integrated into a degree of Law.
1. Modifications to the contents: No changes will be made. 2. Methodologies: No changes will be made. Master sessions will be held virtually, preferably through the TEAMS platform, and will be replaced by videoconferencing, recorded sessions on TEAMS, Zoom, Youtube or any other platform accessible to students. The objective test and the mixed test will be performed virtually, preferably through the Moodle platform. 3. Mechanisms for personalized attention to students: All queries of the students will be solved by email, the Moodle platform, Teams or any other way that the University makes available to the university community. 4. Modifications in the evaluation: No changes will be made. Requirements to pass the subject: Obtain a minimum overall score of 50% of the total activities assessed. Attendance and participation in activities that require it (specifically service learning, collaborative learning) 5. Modifications to the bibliography or webography: No changes will be made. All students have access to the digital sources at the library or the Moodle Platform.
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