This is a stricto sensu graduate course subject to regular assessment by the University Level Staff Higher Education Coordination Unit (CAPES), with a part-time class schedule that allows Master’s Degree students to continue with their professional activities, while allowing knowledge to be transferred to organizations and society. It confers the title of Master of Administration on its graduates, allowing the students to follow academic careers in the Administration field, after completing the course.
Course: Teaching Strategy
This course is designed to enable its students to lecture efficiently through analyzing concepts, theories, case studies, practical sessions and reflections on practice, responding to the expectations of many students who have expressed an interest in engaging in educational activities as faculty members, after completing the course.
This is an activity designed solely for students pursuing Professional Master’s degrees, in order to foster the development of soft skills through endowing participants with communications techniques that can be deployed in professional situations such as business presentations, short talks and speeches.
In order to introduce innovations in terms of teaching practices and methodological approaches designed to prepare students for academic life, the Master’s in Business Administration (EMBA) Program – in partnership with the Undergraduate Administration Studies area at the School – offers its pupils and alumni the chance to tutor classes in the General Theory of Administration, which is scheduled each year during the second semester. Through this initiative, EMBA students tutor undergraduates, offering them a chance to polish their skills, from hands-on practice through to the lectern.