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Specific competences On completion of the course, students will be able to:. General academic calendar for degrees, masters and doctorates. Current course Class timetable, calendar of masters, exams, teachers, Academic regulations for masters at the UPC.
Pre-enrollment, registration, master's thesis, Mobility agreements to carry out the master's thesis at universities and foreign companies. Business practices.
Academic path without intensification: If you want maximum flexibility in the elective subjects, choose this option. The master thesis has 30 ECTS. Academic path with intensification: If you want to be a specialist in one of the multiple areas of the electronic engineering, choose this option.
The final thesis has 30 ECTS. Bridge subjects: To be taken by students whose academic profile is not a general bachelor of telecommunications engineering. The Academic Commission of Masters assigns these courses to new students.
These subjects do not extend the master as they use elective credits. In the following figure, the relation between bridge subjects and core subjects is shown. This information could be useful for students that are not comfortable with the level of the core or bridge subject because is too high or too low. At the beginning of every semester, this mismatch can be solved by replacing the enrolled subject by the corresponding subject of higher or lower level.
Core subjects: Compulsory subjects. There is a lot of flexibility enrolling these subjects. The only three things to consider are: Elective subjects: If the student does not want to follow any of the intensification tracks, any of the available elective subject can be chosen. In case of following an intensification track, the student must do a minimum of 20 ECTS of elective subjects from the chosen intensification track Energy Management, Integrated Circuits, Biomedical Engineering and Sensors, Micro and Nano Technologies.
If the student fulfils this requirement, the school will certified the followed intensification track.
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Elective credits: Internships in companies or laboratories 15 ECTS. Master's Thesis. The duration is 30 ECTS. First semester 30 ECTS: Any core subject except MTP.
MTP has to be enrolled as late as possible. Second semester 30 ECTS: Without restrictions. In case that bridge subjects are required, these will be enrolled in first and second semesters depending on the subject availability and the academic profile of each applicant.
Students can make mobility stays of half or full year to choose among a great number of foreign universities. In case that the student is taking a double degree or a mobility stay in the second year, MTP must be passed during first and second semesters.
It is also possible to perform internships in companies. In the master's framework, these internships can be curricular equivalent to 15 elective ECTS, curricular to do the master's thesis or extracurricular do not recognize credits.
In the following link a list of companies that have received students in the last years can be found. Print version. Further information on pre-enrolment. Webpage updated by the Communications Service and the Teaching Area. International Empreses Alumni Intranet. Sou a: Master's degree in Computer Vision. Master's degree in Engineering Physics. Laboratoris docents. La inciativa CDIO. Curs actual. More Master studies at the UPC. After the first, compulsory subject area, students can choose from a wide variety of subjects in order to acquire a general profile, specialise in a field, or engage in research and pursue a doctoral degree.
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The earnest request is repeated to scholars in this domain tocontinue their kind contributions and advice. Special thanksare owing to the Rev.
Becker for kind permission to makeuse of the table at p. B e u r o n, Christmas What is Gregorian Chant? C o m p a -rison with hymn-tunes and folk-songs.
Definition andname 36 C h a p t e r I I. Names of the notes. Do-clef on the4th line. Shape of notes.
Asterisk C h a p t e r III. Definition and names. Neumswith 2, 3, 4, 5 notes. Do-clef on the 3rd and 2nd line. Fa-cle on the 3 ld and 4th line.
Liquescent neums. Rendering of the neums. Unaccented syllables. C Rhythm inmelismatic chants determined by: 1.
Oratorical Rhythm or rhythm of speech. D Strength of the Accents: w h i c h i s t h e m o s timportant word?
The Church Modes. Authentic and Plagal Modes.
Dominant or Tenor. Table of modes. Practical Exercise. Characteristics of the modes 50 56 C h a p t e r V I.
Concerning High Mass, Lauds andVespers. Rendering of the Vespers.
Pitch of the recita-tion-note. Who is to sing? Various Types of Plain-song-Melodies. Middle and Final ca-dence. Secondary syllables. B Classificationof the p s a I m-t ones. Psalm-tones with oneaccented note each 2.
Psalm-tones with two accented notesor neums in one of the two cadences 1. OnePsalmtone with two accented notes in both cadences 7. E O n r e n d e r i n g t h e p s a l m s :Intonation, Verbal accent, Subordination of Verbal ac-cents to the cadence-accent. The Antiphons. Divi-sions: Antiphons with 2, 3, 4 members.
Mu-sical expression. Antiphons and the final cadences ofpsalmody. On selecting the pitch of the dominant. Practical exercise. Deus in adjutorium 93 C h a p t e r IX. Rhythm ol theirmelodies: a The metrical accent determines the rhythmoi the melody iambic and trochaic measure ; b theverbal accent preponderates asclepiadian measure ;c or the verbal accent alone preponderates sapphicmeasure. Secondary syllables in the hymns. Amen atthe end of the hymns.
Rules concerning the melodiesgiven in the Antiphonale. Recitation of the hymns. Versicle and Response C h a p t e r X. The Ordinary Mass Chants ingeneral: a Kyrie el ei s o n : H i s t o r y , r e n d e r i n g , m u -sical construction, tables of dates and forms of the dif-ferent Kyries, tropes; l Gloria: History, musical con-struction, mode of rendering; c C r e d 0: History, cha-racter of the melody, mode of rendering; d 8 an c tu sand Benedictus: History, musical construction.
When is the Benedictus sung? Whois depicted by the Liturgy as declaiming the text? Towhom is the chant directed? Distinguishing charateristics,sense for Liturgy, style, preference of certain modes: a 1 n-tr 0 i t: History, component parts, rendering, division,characteristics of the melody; l T h e Gradual r e -sponsory: History, execution, richness and beauty of themelody, Justus ut palma; c Alleluia: Characteri-stics, history, Alleluia for the Sundays after Pentecost,execution, the "many notes" of the Jubilus, relation XII Contents.
Dispensing of Holy Water.
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Absolution at the Tumba. The consecration of chandels, ash and palms.The Church Modes. This credit master's programme consists of four semesters: First semester 30 ECTS: Show full content. Thoroughness in training thevoices is the only means of securing accuracy, firmness anduniformity in rendering the choral chants, just as it is al-ways the foundation of a well-executed, vigorous and fluentsolo.
Divi-sions: Antiphons with 2, 3, 4 members. The generic competencies established by the UPC are capacity for innovation and entrepreneurship, sustainability and social commitment, knowledge of a foreign language preferably English , teamwork and proper use of information resources. They gain even more importance in situations where non-verbal communication prevails: