Masters degree in Management
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2nd Cycle Studies - Continuity Master Programme
Continuity second cycle
Joana Maria Pina Cabral Matos Dias (email@example.com)
João Pedro Dias Fontes da Costa (firstname.lastname@example.org)
General Objectives of the CourseThe Master’s in Management (MG) seeks to prepare graduates who will assume responsibilities in management of organisations, capable of interaction with other players in decision-making or research processes. The degree will offer a first professional experience (integrated internship) or the creation of a project to students who follow the professional path. Research path students will be given the necessary preparation and supervision to write a dissertation, which will enable them to proceed with studies in the 3rd cycle.
Learning Objectives and Intended SkillsThis Degree aims to provide higher education at the intersection between Management and Accounting, Law and Information Technologies, granting students ample freedom to define a path according to their interests. Curricular Structure: for the first year, the study plan foresees 5 mandatory units of study (30 ECTS), and the remaining 30 ECTS are obtained in optional units of study. One of these options – Research Methodology – is a prerequisite for students who choose to undertake a Master's dissertation during the 2nd year. In the 2nd year, in alternative to a Master's dissertation (60 ECTS), students may pursue a vocational project or an integrated internship (42 ECTS) plus 18 ECTS in optional units of study.
Mode of StudyTeaching sessions will take place from Monday to Friday in day period.
Access to Further StudiesMaster's graduates in Management have increased competences for applying to a PhD programme.
a) Holders of a Bachelor degree or legal equivalent; b) Holders of a foreign higher education degree awarded after a first study cycle organized according to the principles of the Bologna Process by an acceding State; c) Holders of a foreign higher education degree recognized as complying with the objectives of the Bachelor degree by the Scientific Council responsible for the Master's study cycle; d) In justified cases, applicants showing a scientific and professional curriculum relevant for attending the current study cycle may access the Master's study cycles upon recognition by the Scientific Council responsible for the Master's study cycle.
Candidates should check the admission requirements available on this site, in addition to the information provided here.
Recognition of Prior LearningPrevious training obtained in national or foreign higher education institutions can be recognized.
Qualification Requirements and RegulationsDL 74/2006, of 24 March, as amended by the DL 107/2008, of 25 June, by the DL 230/2009, of 14 September, and by the DL 115/2013, of 7 August. The Order 12955/2013, of 10 October, publishes the course's programme structure and study plan.
Professional GoalsMaster's graduates in Management have advanced qualifications to exercise functions in several business fields, such as auditing and consulting, banking and insurance, finance, production and supply, human resources, marketing, teaching and research, namely in public bodies, companies and associations, both at national and international level.
The Master's degree may be obtained either through the scientific specialization route, leading to writing a Master's dissertation, or through the vocational specialization route, leading to an internship period (corresponding internship report) or project. The Master's degree requires the successful completion of all units of study in the study plan, as well as the successful defence of a dissertation, internship report or project, totalling 120 ECTS. Successful completion of the first two semesters’ units of study, which must include all the mandatory courses and shall not include ECTS credits granted for courses taken in other prior academic programs, corresponding to 60 ECTS, will award a Postgraduate Diploma.