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The final examination consists of the discussion, before a committee, of a written paper on a topic chosen from one of the subjects in your study plan.

The final examination involves a referee and a coreferent.
The referee must be the lecturer of one of the teachings you have included in your study plan, including the elective exam (as long as it is on topics closely related to the cultural profile of the Course). At least one of the referee and coreferent must be a faculty member related to the course of study.

To be admitted to the final examination, you must have passed the examinations of all the subjects included in your study plan and earned the credits related to the other educational activities provided by the regulations.