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Curricular Structure

DISCIPLINES BASIC TRAINING

INSTRUMENTAL DISCIPLINES

Research methodology
Organizational Theories
Quantitative Methods

Note: (i) Disciplines required for all students; (ii) the Research methodology discipline can only be taken from the second quarter of the student's 1st term.

Quantitative Research in Administration
Qualitative Research

Note: (i) The student must attend one of the above disciplines; ii) the Research Methodology discipline is a prerequisite for the Qualitative Methods discipline; (iii) The Quantitative Methods discipline is a prerequisite for the Quantitative Research in Management discipline

RESEARCH LINE DISCIPLINES ORGANIZATIONS

DISCIPLINES OF THE RESEARCH LINE MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES

Marketing I
Marketing II
Business strategies

People Management


Note: (i) Disciplines required for students of the Organizations LR and electives for students of the Management Technologies LR; (ii) The Marketing I discipline is a prerequisite to the Marketing II discipline.

Information  Management
Operations  Management and Logistics

Financial Accounting Management
Management of Innovation

 

Note: (i) Disciplines required for all students of the Management Technologies LR and electives for students of the Organizations LR.

ELECTIVE COURSES

GUIDANCE

Decision-making Support Methods

Economics

Consumer Behavior

Brazilian Culture and Organizations

 Economics of Innovation

Creative Industries Management

Public Management

Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Note: The discipline Quantitative Methods is a prerequisite for studying the discipline Decision Support Methods
Thesis Orientation I
Thesis Orientation II

 

Notes:

1 - The basic training disciplines of the research lines, the instrumental and the elective ones are all of 2 credits (30 h); the Dissertation Orientation I and Dissertation Orientation II correspond to 3 credits each (45 h)

2 - Total credits required: 30 credits, corresponding to 450 hours of classes, that is, 12 disciplines of 2 credits (24 credits = 360 classroom hours) and the two disciplines of dissertation orientation (6 credits = 90 class hours). The 12 disciplines are the sum of the three disciplines of basic training, one instrumental discipline, four disciplines of the research line and four elective disciplines.

3 - Dissertation orientation activities: • Dissertation Orientation I - preparation and qualification of the dissertation project • Dissertation Orientation II - carrying on of field research, pre-defense seminar and dissertation defense.

4 - Duration of the course: The Master in Business Administration and Development (MADE) is structured in order to be completed within 24 months, counted from the date of the student's enrollment in the course and comprising four semesters, being a) The first and second semesters for the fulfillment of the 12 required disciplines; b) The third semester for Dissertation Orientation I (preparation and qualification of the dissertation project); and c) The fourth semester for Dissertation Orientation II (carrying on of field research, pre-defense seminar and dissertation defense).