The program lasts four years and is divided into eight semesters. The curricular structure of the FGV EBAPE Undergraduate Program in Public and Business Administration, in line with the provisions of article 5 of Resolution CNE/CES 04/2005, presents content connecting the national and international realities. Professors work using innovative technology to introduce the material, which follows a historical and contextualized perspective regarding its applicability within organizations and the environment.
NEW CURRICULUM DESIGN
Innovation. This term expresses the core of the new Undergraduate Program in Public and Business Administration implemented in 2018. Innovation is reflected in several actions that make the curriculum of the FGV EBAPE’s program unique. The program stands out from others in Brazil and abroad, revealing unique features.
The investment made in the program’s teaching design, braking the traditional academic boundaries observed in teaching institutions in Brazil and internationally, allowed to offer a better learning experience to students and, consequently, maintain the leadership of FGV in national and international assessment rankings.
The curriculum of the FGV EBAPE Undergraduate Program in Public and Business Administration has ten structural units, directed to the development of competencies required do grant the bachelor’s degree
- Behavior Development
- Mathematics and Computer Science
- Law and Society
- Public Administration
See below for a list of courses for each period and the current flowchart:
FGV EBAPE increasingly incorporates technological advances into the academic activities provided for in the pedagogical project. To this end, it encourages the training of professors and students in topics related to the incorporation of new technologies in the learning process, to promote innovation in the use of both tools and teaching materials.
From this point of view, FGV EBAPE conceives information technology not as an end but as a means of providing all students with access to quality education.