Guia docente 2022_23
Escuela de Ingeniería de Telecomunicación
Máster Universitario en Ciberseguridad
 Subjects
  Principles and Law in Cybersecurity
   Assessment
  Description Qualification Evaluated Competencess
Objective questions exam The continuous assessment system will consist of three written exams. First two will focus on partial objective tests (objective questions exam, multiple choice, referred to in this part of the Guide), and the third will focus on problem solving (referred to in the following part of the guide).
The multiple choice objective questions exam:
- will be held throughout the course, during the lecture timetable.. The timetable for the different intermediate assessment tests will be approved by the Comisión Académica de Máster Interuniversitario (CAMI) and will be available at the beginning of each academic term.
- each examination will comprise the part of the program that is indicated at the start of the term by the subject coordinator.
- they will consist of a multiple choice test, with 0 to 2.5 points for each of them. Correct answers will be worth 0.1 and 0.05 will be deducted for each incorrect answer. Answers left blank will not score anything.
- Both exams together will be worth 50% of the final mark, with the remaining 50% corresponding to the problem solving (described in the following section).
To pass the subject under the continuous assessment system the mark from the three exams, based on the weighting above, needs to be equal to or greater than 5. Those who attend the first partial test (the first multiple choice objective questions exam), thereby expressing their interest in being included in the continuous assessment system, will be assessed according to the criteria stated above and will not be entitled to be assessed by the final exam system that corresponds to 100% of the marks for the subject. Therefore, if a student takes the first partial exam, it is not possible to abandon the continuous assessment system. If a student takes the first partial exam and then does not take the next partial exam(s), he/she will score 0 points for this/these exam(s).
50 CB3
CE3
CE8
CT1
Problem and/or exercise solving The continuous assessment system will consist of three written examinations: the first two will focus on partial objective tests (objective questions exam, multiple choice, referred to in the previous part of the guide exercise, and the third will focus on problem solving (referred to in this part of the guide).
The examination corresponds to problem solving:
- it will be held on the official date of the ordinary announcement of the final exam: first opportunity, according to the official schedule approved by the Academic
Commission of the Master’s Degree for the 2022-2023 academic year
- It will consist of solving one or several practical cases and will be marked with a score of 0 to 5 points
- The problems posed by the practical cases may affect the issues covered in the course syllabus.
- It will be worth 50% of the final mark, with the remaining 50% corresponding to the two multiple choice objective questions exams.
To pass the subject under the continuous assessment system, the mark from the three exams, based on the weighting above, needs to be equal to or greater than 5. Those who attend the first partial test (the first multiple choice objective questions exam), thereby expressing their interest in being included in the continuous assessment system, will be assessed according to the criteria stated above and will not be entitled to be assessed by the final exam system that corresponds to 100% of the marks for the subject. Therefore, if a student takes the first partial exam, it is not possible to abandon the continuous assessment system. If a student takes the first partial exam and then does not take the next partial exam(s), he/she will score 0 points for this/these exam(s).
50 CB3
CE3
CE8
CT1
CT5
 
Other comments on the Evaluation

1. FIRST OPPORTUNITY

a)  CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT SYSTEM described in the
sections above.



b) FINAL EXAM SYSTEM



For those who do not choose the continuous
assessment system, the subject assessment will consist of a single final exam,
on the date established in the official schedule approved by the Academic
Commission of the Master’s Degree for the 2022-2023 academic year.



The exam will cover the whole syllabus and will
be worth 100% of the mark for the subject. It will consist of two parts, a
theory part and a practical part, which will both be worth 0 to 5 points each.
The theory part will consist of a multiple choice test, in which correct
answers will be worth twice as much as the points deduced for incorrect
answers. Any answers left blank will not score anything. The practical part
will consist of solving one or several practical cases. The final mark for the
exam will be obtained by adding together the marks obtained in each of the
parts. To pass the subject students must obtain a minimum of 5 points after
adding the marks from both parts together.



2. SECOND
OPPORTUNITY AND EXTRAORDINARY EXAM



The subject assessment will consist of a single
final exam, on the date established in the official schedule approved by the
Academic Commission of the Master’s Degree for the 2022-2023 academic year.



The
exam will cover the whole syllabus and will be worth 100% of the mark for the
subject. It will consist of two parts, a theory part and a practical part,
which will both be worth 0 to 5 points each. The theory part will consist of a
multiple choice test, in which correct answers will be worth twice as much as
the points subtracted for incorrect answers. Any answers left blank will not score
anything. The practical part will consist of solving one or several practical
cases. The final mark for the exam will be obtained by adding together the
marks obtained in each of the parts. To pass the subject students must obtain a
minimum of 5 points after adding the marks from both parts together.
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