The student should have previous knowledge of Mathematic calculus.
Theoretical classes for presentation of general principles and resolution of basic problems. Practical classes for resolution of problems and for clarifying student’s doubts.
Evaluation: Midterm exam, Ordinary exam or Recourse exam. The tests are split on two parts.
Theoretical part 40%
Practical part 60%
In particular situations, and if have the accordance of course coordinator, the Midterm exam evaluation can be replaced by a Syntheses work or by a Project.
The main objective of this curricular unit is the familiarization of students with the issues of enterprises accounting and management. After this curricular unit the students should be prepared to perform economical and financial calculations related with the engineering activity (such as determining the cost of production, etc.), to understand the economic and financial reality of companies where they will work and to dialogue with their managers, economists and accountants. Also, cannot be forgotten the fact that a technical in Engineering and Industrial Management must needs enough habilitations to integrate multidisciplinary teams (and lead them if prompted to do so) and to be able to carry positions where management skills are important. In this curricular unit we will dwell with economic and financial aspects, but from the engineer perspective.
1. Enterprises entities and its management.
2. Management accounting.
3. Cost analysis of products, process and activities.
4. Management and planning of human resources.
António Manuel Mendes Raimundo
1. António Raimundo, Economia de empresa (elementos de apoio), DEM, FCTUC, 2011. (Texto Principal)
2. António de Sousa, Introdução à gestão - uma abordagem sistémica, Editorial Verbo, Lisboa, 1994.
3. Paul A. Samuelson & William D. Nordhaus, Economy, 14ª Edição, McGraw-Hill de Portugal Lda, 1993.
4. Horácio Costa e Pedro Correia Ribeiro, Criação & gestão de micro-empresas e pequenos negócios, Manual Prático Lidel, 7ª edição, 2006.