Program duration
MSc in Administration: 21 months - PhD in Administration: 48 months
Início
13/01/2025
Período de inscrição
05/02 - 29/11/2024
05/02 - 29/11/2024
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Previous Workshops

2022

SPECIAL COURSES – 30 HOURS

 Advanced Corporate Finance (Syllabus)
 Prof. Murillo Campello  
 Johnson Graduate School of Management - SC Johnson College of Business
 15 de junho a 8 de julho de 2022
 9h – 12h | Room 003
 Behavioral Decision Theory & Consumer Decision Making (Syllabus)
 Prof. Rajagopal Raghunathan 
 Texas McCombs School of Business 
 20 de junho a 15 de julho de 2022
 9h – 17h | Room 003
 Social Networks (Syllabus)
 Prof. Francisco Polidoro 
 Texas McCombs School of Business 
 27 de junho a 7 de julho de 2022
 9h - 12h | Room 103

 

Research Line Courses

Each student must follow a specific line and attend elective courses from the other lines. 

 

Method courses (MSc and PhD)

Course

Hours 

Professor 

Statistics IA 

30 

Rafael Goldszmidt 

Statistics IB 

30 

Cesar Zucco Jr. 

Machine Learning in Business Research 

30 

Fabio Caldieraro 

Panel Data Analysis 

30 

Felipe Buchbinder 

Qualitative Data Collection and Analysis 

30 

Gregory Michener 

Comparative-Historical Methods          

30 

Octavio Amorim 

Advanced Survey Methods 

30 

Rafael Goldszmidt 

Experimental Design & Analysis 

30 

Rafael Goldszmidt 

Advanced Qualitative Research Methods 

30 

Alketa Peci 

Introduction to Efficiency Analysis in R 

30 

Peter Wanke 

 

Behavioral sciences and decision-making 

This research line seeks to understand how individuals make decisions in businesses and government. Research addresses topics such as consumer behavior, financial behavior, and the behavior of managers and workers in organizations. 

Research lLine Courses (MSc and PhD in Administration)

Course

Hours

Professor 

Consumer Behavior       

30 

Eduardo Andrade 

Organizational Behavior 

30 

Ishani Aggarwal 

Advanced Theories of Leadership 

30 

Filipe Sobral 

Drug Policies & Behavior 

30 

Eduardo Andrade 

Diversity in Teams in Organizations 

30 

Ishani Aggarwal 

Contemporary Issues in Accounting 

30 

Ricardo Lopes Cardoso 

Individuals in Organizations   

30 

Ishani Aggarwal 

Social Networks 

30 

Francisco Polidoro 

Organizational Theory  

30 

Alexandre Faria 

Political Psychology and Behavioral Public Policy  

30 

Daniela Campello 

Sustainable Behavior 

30 

Eduardo Andrade 

Poverty and Behavior

30

Yan Vieites

 

Strategy, Management, and Organizations

It focuses on understanding management phenomena in organizations, both in the public sector and corporate management, including topics such as organizational theory, competitive strategy, internationalization, governance and control, organizational culture, and management processes. 

Research Line Courses (MSc & PhD in Administration)

Course

Hours

Professor 

Innovation Management 

30 

Paulo Figueiredo 

Global Strategy & International Management 

30 

Ronaldo Parente 

Information, Organizations & Society 

30 

Luiz Antonio Joia 

Diversity in Teams in Organizations

30 

Ishani Aggarwal  

Organizational Theory 

30 

Alexandre Faria 

Organizational Behavior 

30 

Ishani Aggarwal 

Strategic Management      

30 

Olivier Bertrand 

Business Economics      

30 

Fabio Caldieraro 

Advanced Theories of Leadership   

30 

Filipe Sobral 

Individuals in Organizations 

30 

Ishani Aggarwal 

Social Networks 

30 

Francisco Polidoro 

Corporate Finance 

30 

Lars Norden 

Financial Accounting and Analysis 

30 

Ricardo Lopes Cardoso 

Sustainable development: Concepts and Practice 

30 

José Antonio Puppim 

Public Management 

30 

Alketa Peci 

Military Organizations: Culture, Strategy, and Innovation 

30 

Octavio Amorim Neto 

 

 Finance

This line covers a range of courses that provide an in-depth study of fundamental issues in corporate finance, asset valuation, banking, accounting, and financial decision-making. 

Course

Hours

Professor 

Transparency and Effective Governance 

30 

Gregory Michener 

Corporate Finance 

30 

Lars Norden 

Asset Pricing 

30 

Rodrigo Leite 

Advanced Corporate Finance 

30 

Murillo Campello 

Financial Accounting & Analysis 

30 

Ricardo Lopes 

Business Economics 

30 

Fabio Caldieraro 

Contemporary Issues in Accounting 

30 

Ricardo Lopes 

Sustainable Behavior 

30 

Eduardo Andrade 

Banking and Financial intermediation

30

Lars Norden

 

Institutions, Politics, and Government

This research line encompasses the study of political institutions, public policy, and government from a comparative perspective, addressing a fundamental question: “How and when do political institutions affect results related to government, policy formulation, and public policies?”. Theoretical and methodological tools of comparative political economy are used to investigate the functioning of institutions and political systems, the process of policy formulation, and their effect on public policies and economic performance. 

Course

Hours

Professor 

Political Economy of Development                    

30 

José Antonio Puppim 

Checks & Balances and Regulatory Policy 

30 

Carlos Pereira 

Comparative Political Institutions 

30 

Cesar Zucco 

Comparative Political Economy 

30 

Daniela Campello 

Sustainable Development: Concepts and Practice 

30 

José Antonio Puppim 

Transparency and Effective Governance 

30 

Gregory Michener 

Drug Policies & Behavior 

30 

Eduardo Andrade 

Public Management 

30 

Alketa Peci 

Information, Organizations & Society 

30 

Luiz Antonio Joia 

Military Organizations: Culture, Strategy, and Innovation 

30 

Octavio Amorim Neto 

Innovation Management 

30 

Paulo Figueiredo 

Political Psychology and Behavioral Public Policy  

30 

Daniela Campello 

Sustainable Behavior   

30 

Eduardo Andrade 

Poverty and Behavior

30

Yan Vieites

 

Evaluation criteria for the teaching-learning process

The performance in each course will be evaluated through tests, exams, coursework, and projects, as well as the participation and interest shown by the student. 

Each course will be graded as follows: 

  • A - Very Good, entitled to credit 
  • B - Good, entitled to credit 

  • C - Regular, entitled to credit 

  • D - Insufficient, fail, and no right to credit 

LEARN MORE ABOUT GRADES AND REPROVAL

A student with insufficient performance or who attended less than 75% (seventy-five percent) of the classes taught is considered to have failed a course (grade "D"), except for the cases provided for in current legislation. 


If the student obtains a “D” in a mandatory course, they must retake it. In the case of an elective course, this may be replaced by another. Retaking or replacing a course does not exclude the “D” previously obtained.


If the student obtains a “C” or “B” in any course, they will not be able to retake it.


A student who obtains two “D” grades during the program will automatically fail the program.  


A student who obtains three “C” grades during the program will automatically fail the program. 


A student who obtains two “C” grades and a “D” grade during the program will automatically fail the program.


If a student obtains two "C" grades or a "D" grade in courses, their academic performance (i.e., school transcript and academic productions) will be evaluated by the Board for the graduate academic program, which will decide whether to maintain or dismiss the student. If the student remains in the program, the board will determine a plan to be followed, with the aim of improving their academic performance. The academic productions must contain at least: articles published in scientific journals, articles presented at academic conferences, awards received, and other academic productions; everything relative to the period in which the student is enrolled in the program. The head of the program will advise the student of the obligation to present the academic productions and the deadline.

learn more about suspended enrollment

The student may suspend enrollment for a period not exceeding two academic quarters, interspersed or not, requiring authorization from the Program Coordination and their academic advisor. 


In case of suspended enrollment, the scholarship will be suspended, and the deadline for completion of the program will remain unchanged.

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