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From the time the student covers all 322 credits required by the Study Plan, he/she then has a period of two years to take and pass his/her professional exam.
The graduation options that are considered are Monograph and Thesis:


This document may only be prepared and submitted individually. It should contain the following:
• A review of the theoretical literature that has addressed the relevant and significant issues of this research; and the existing historical literature addressing the topic, in which the research was conducted.

• A summary of the historical context of the period in which the study was carried out.

• A compilation of archival or hemerographic sources on the object of study

• Conclusions where the collected data is analyzed and results presented

Testimony: Authority (belief in document)
Testimony: Source (decide if the document is reliable or not)
Testimony: Historical Proof (use information as a source of proof for the construction of a historical event).



This document may be prepared and submitted individually or co-authored by two students. Only students with an average of 85 points will be entitled to present this document as a graduation option. The thesis will be based on the archival and hemerographic research carried out from Research Workshop IV, onwards. This academic document will aim to demonstrate the student's ability to carry out a historiographical synthesis, and to demonstrate the correct use of the concepts, analysis and interpretation of documentary sources.

The thesis must include:
• An introduction where students include historiographical debate on the topic; the object of study; the relevant conceptual framework; the hypothesis, if appropriate; and a description of the research project.

• A chapter development following the thread of the subject under study, which should be concise and consistent, where the author's interpretation and historical evidence is confronted with the interpretations of other authors. It is recommended that the first chapter be dedicated to analysing the historical context, and to the situating of the object of study.

• A conclusion in which findings are made explicit through the analysis of literature and sources.

• A list of references organized systematically, that includes all the documents cited in the text.

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