All UDC centers have a Internal Quality Assurance System (IQAS), verified by the Agency to Calidade do Sistema Universitario de Galicia (ACSUG) and ANECA in FIDES programs and AUDIT, respectively, and in accordance with the standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the EHEA. Within IQAS centers integrate all their degrees and masters. IQAS procedures established who and how to follow up and monitoring of the results and the student's learning process in the titration, establishing coordinating bodies and mechanisms, evaluation and continuous improvement of the studies, which are the academic comittee and the quality assurance commision of center.
The IQAS establish how UDC centers measure and analyze the learning outcomes. To do the IQAS uses rates and global indicators for assessing the quality of training provided. Included among the results, in addition to the fees included in the title verification reports (efficiency rates, graduation and dropout), assessment rates, success and performance. We compare the results obtained in the title with the center's results for each indicator.
To ensure that the title is developed in accordance with the verification report presented the center conducts an annual monitoring report in accordance with the procedures of the center IQAS and results. This report is reviewed by the ACSUG, external evaluation agency.
The outcome of this analysis will emerge corrective actions and improvement proposals that achieve the intended objectives and the improvement of the degree.
In order to ensure proper standards and quality at UDC, an academic management committee and a quality assurance committee are appointed for each faculty/school. In addition to, each faculty/school will be able to establish a specific academic management committee of the study.
|Total enrolled credits||2021/2022||615|
|Credits on 1st enrollment||2021/2022||602|
|Credits on 2nd enrollment||2021/2022||13|
|Credits on 3rd enrollment and above||2021/2022||0|
|% credits repeated||2021/2022||2.11|
|Average credits by student||2021/2022||51.25|
|Total enrolled credits||2021/2022||32,570|
|Credits on 1st enrollment||2021/2022||29,350|
|Credits on 2nd enrollment||2021/2022||2,005|
|Credits on 3rd enrollment and above||2021/2022||1,212|
|% credits repeated||2021/2022||9.88|
|Average credits by student||2021/2022||53.66|
|Total enrolled credits||2020/2021||840|
|Credits on 1st enrollment||2020/2021||840|
|Credits on 2nd enrollment||2020/2021||0|
|Credits on 3rd enrollment and above||2020/2021||0|
|% credits repeated||2020/2021||0|
|Average credits by student||2020/2021||56|
|Total enrolled credits||2020/2021||34,600|
|Credits on 1st enrollment||2020/2021||31,430|
|Credits on 2nd enrollment||2020/2021||1,398|
|Credits on 3rd enrollment and above||2020/2021||1,764|
|% credits repeated||2020/2021||9.14|
|Average credits by student||2020/2021||53.39|
|Total enrolled credits||2019/2020||443|
|Credits on 1st enrollment||2019/2020||390|
|Credits on 2nd enrollment||2019/2020||43|
|Credits on 3rd enrollment and above||2019/2020||10|
|% credits repeated||2019/2020||11.96|
|Average credits by student||2019/2020||44.3|
|Total enrolled credits||2019/2020||36,300|
|Credits on 1st enrollment||2019/2020||29,990|
|Credits on 2nd enrollment||2019/2020||3,247|
|Credits on 3rd enrollment and above||2019/2020||3,064|
|% credits repeated||2019/2020||17.39|
|Average credits by student||2019/2020||50.91|
These are the master thesis works that have been read in recent academic years. For more information, visit our search engine of final master thesis
Analysis of fatigue generated by different set configurations measured through the execution velocity in the full squat exercise
Effect of hypopressive exercises on pelvic floor musculature. Systematic Review
Effects of set configuration on muscle oxygenation
Exercise-induced adaptations on endogenous antioxidant systems in human skeletal muscle: A systematic review
¿Are we preparing the footballers for the match? Management of external load during the competitive microcycle: A Sistematic Review
Acute effects of different strength training methods on energy expenditure: a systematic review of randomized trials.
Analysis of reflective competence in the practical diaries of the 4th year or the degree in Physical Activity and Sports Sciences
Analysis of the conceptions of compulsory secondary education students in Spain and Portugal, on the purposes of physical education, good teachers, and physically well educated students. Comparative study.
Anthropometric and physiological determining factors in elite climbers: a systematic review
Effect of strength training on cognitive function and occupational performance in older people with Alzheimer's disease. A systematic review.
Effects of cold water immersion as a recovery strategy in athletes: a systematic review
Impact of Physical Activity Practice in Body Image of Postpartum Women: A Systematic Review
Ischemic precondition and strenght training:Systematic Review
Pilot study on the conceptions of students in compulsory secondary education in Spain and Portugal. A study on gender differences.
Teaching Analysis Competencies Related to Students' Conception During an Intership: A Study on Classroom Intervention
The impact of health in adulthood because of a lack of physical activity and physical condition in childhood
Viability of auto-regulation methods in maximum strength training in trained people: a systematic review.
Analysis of attack phase of Japan and rivals on Womens World Cup France 2019
Analysis of the offensive strategies of the women´s world cup in France 2019
Comparative Analysis of Activities in Nature from Physical Education at the Secondary Level and High School in the Dominican Republic and in the Autonomous Community of Galicia
Design and validation of a questionnaire for the analysis of the conceptions of the student of secondary education on the meaning of quality physical education
Design and validation of a questionnaire to analyze the conceptions of secondary education students about the meaning of quality physical education
Physical activity and anxiety in adults. A systematic review
Programs for the promotion of active and healthy lifestyles in the school environment: a review of the literature.
Risks, benefits and methodological parameters of resistance training during puberty and adolescence: a systematic review.
The effects of training load on neuromuscular performance in elite female soccer
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