Subjects

Compulsory Subjects

Master's

Doctor's

Scheduled activities

Master’s

The student shall accomplish 2 credits in scheduled activit until the submission of the Master's dissertation and 8 credits until the submission of the doctoral thesis.

The credits required to complete the scheduled activit in the master's course can be obtained through:

I – ‘Acceptance’ or ‘Publication’ of one (1) paper in a Qualis B1 to B4 journal and/or;
II – ‘Acceptance’ or ‘Publication’ of one (1) book or one (1) book chapter and/or;
III – Two (2) abstracts presented at a scientific event and/or;
IV – One (1) full paper presented at a scientific event and/or;
V – One (1) patent filed.

Doctor’s

The credits required to complete the scheduled activit in the doctorate course can be obtained through:

I – ‘Acceptance’ or ‘Publication’ of one (1) paper in a Qualis from A1 to B1 journal and/or;
II – ‘Acceptance’ or ‘Publication’ of two (2) book chapters and/or;
III – ‘Acceptance’ or ‘Publication’ of one (1) book and/or;– One (1) full paper presented at a scientific event and/or;
IV – ‘Acceptance’ or ‘Publication’ of one (1) paper in a Qualis from B2 to B3 journal plus one (1) book chapter publishedand/or;
V – One (1) patent filed.
 

Mandatory Activity of Thesis Seminar  (only for doctorate students)
The PhD student must comply with 12 credit units related to the Mandatory Activity of Thesis Seminar, subdivided in Thesis Seminar I, Thesis Seminar II and Thesis Seminar III, in the second, third and fourth semester of the course *, respectively . However, the sequential offering of these activities is subject to the formation of a minimum quorum determined by the Program Coordinator. Therefore, if it is not possible to attend one of the activities in the semester due to non-class formation, the student must take it in the subsequent semester.

Notes: required scheduled  and “Area Seminar” are intended to help students to develop their dissertation efforts. Only one Thesis Seminar Activity shall be completed for semester

 

Teaching Internship
The Teaching Internship is an integral part of the postgraduate training, aiming at the preparation for teaching and the qualification of undergraduate education.

It is a mandatory activity for all beneficiaries of scholarships. However, all students who are regularly enrolled in the Stricto Sensu Postgraduate courses (MSc and PhD) may voluntarily complete the Teaching Internship and will be entitled to certification.

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