The Masters is taught directly on Fridays from 16 to 21 hours and on Saturdays from 9 to 14 hours at the Law School in Jerez Campus located at Avenida de la Universidad, number 4, in Jerez de la Frontera, over the academic year.
Due to the small number of students each of them will be tracked individually in order to assess the achievement of the course's objectives.
The classes are based on the Moodle (Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment) platform. The University of Cadiz's "Virtual Campus", acts as an auxiliary system that complements lecture attendance and provides the student with documentation and materials, as well as with monitoring and continuous contact.
Due to the different legal and accounting background, students must choose in the introductory module between sessions on basic legal concepts or an introduction to accounting.
In order to obtain a pass in each of the modules which form the degree the student will need to overcome both the qualification tests as well as having a minimal attendance (90% of sessions) on each module's lectures.
The score on the Masters will be obtained numerically and by weighing the marks obtained in each subject. It will be necessary to obtain a pass mark in each of the modules to obtain the degree. Those students who fail a module will have the opportunity to re-sit in September.
During the course, and always outside of the lectures planned on the timetable, three or four seminars relevant tax topics will be held by recognised national or international professionals and / or lecturers, preferably on Thursday afternoons. The attendance to the sames ones, will be obligatory, for that more than one absence, it will determine the obligation to realize a work or summary on a topic that has been approached in the seminar.