Management Applied Project
Part of this Programme
Level of Qualification|Semesters|ECTS
Bachelor | Semestral | 8
Year | Type of course unit | Language
3 |Mandatory |Português
Total of Working Hours | Duration of Contact (hours)
224 | 120
Recommended complementary curricular units
Prerequisites and co-requisites
1. Presentation of the working methods and composition of each group.
2. Presentation and recording of the theme of each work group and approval.
3. Monitoring the development of business through the provision of information, previously programmed by the working group.
4. Partial exposure of orally before the class scheduled in advance, on the progress of each work.
5. Written presentation of individual works, regardless of their computerization.
6. Discussion and public oral defense of each work, with a duration of 45 minutes for all players in the group. Individualized response to specific questions to their work.
Objective is to provide students basic concepts about the development of an entrepreneurial project and its formalization. Then the students proceed to the preparation and oral defense and publish an individual project or group on a company engaged in the national territory.
Knowledge, abilities and skills to be acquired
- Detailed knowledge about certain areas of business management, either at the individual company or group of companies, either national or transnational;
- The development of their capacity for designing, drafting, presentation and defense of technical documents of responsibility;
- Knowledge of the rules for drawing up such documents, such as a quote, details of library resources, etc..,
- Knowledge of multiple sources of information available, whether traditional or newer as those obtained via the Internet, and its treatment.
Teaching methodologies and assessment
¿ Preparation for the final semester of work;
¿ Discussion of technical work;
¿ Presentation and attendance.
Continuous assessment with oral presentation and defense of a written business plan
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Sampieri, R; C. Collado; P. Lucio; 2006. Metodologia de Pesquisa, Mc Graw-Hill
Saunders, M.; P. Lewis; A. Thornhill; 2007. Research Methods for Business Students, Prentice Hall.