||The Master Thesis is an autonomous academic work that is ultimately intended to deepen the analysis of a topic or area of interest related to the LSCM Master. It is expected that the work will serve to: Develop an issue of interest regarding the content of courses taken linking with existing academic or scientific debates; Apply the methodologies and techniques learned in the LSCM courses, either to perform own analysis covering an applied or scientific case, or to evaluate other author's proposals. The main objectives of the Master Thesis are to: Apply the skills and competences acquired during their studies for a project in the LSCM field. Learn to develop a consistent and clear project achieving results of interest. Learn to document, structure and draft a project report. (Optional) Learn to write a scientific article and submit it for possible publication in a journal or proceedings of international conferences. While performing the final project, the student should demonstrate. Self-adaption to unforeseen situations. To assume the social, ethical and professional liability arising from the professional practise. To critically appraise the work done. To communicate effectively orally and/or written the knowledge, results and skills in both environments: professionals and to non-expert audiences. To develop systems thinking. To develop independent learning strategies. To develop the capacity of analysis, synthesis and prospective. To develop curiosity and creativity. To develop critical thinking and reasoning. To make efficient use of ICT in communication and transmission of ideas and results. To generate innovative and competitive proposals for professional activity. To manage the available time and resources by working inan organized manner. To plan and implement a project in the LSCM sector. To take own decisions. 1 Master Thesis 2015 - 2016 To prevent and solve problems. To work independently.