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SPECIFIC RULES OF THE GRADUATE PROGRAM IN ADMINISTRATION

por Leonardo Oliveira de Almeida publicado 08/05/2018 18h27, última modificação 08/05/2018 18h29

Areas of Concentration (the other Programs are organized in Areas and Lines of Research)


The course focuses on Organizational Management, which involves different theoretical-methodological approaches applied to inter- and intra-organizational relationships and their impacts on regional socio- economic development. It includes studies related to the management of organizations in the economic-financial perspectives; Organizational behavior, marketing, people management, operations, logistics and strategy, and new management and work organization models.

 

Research lines


People Management and Organizational Studies
The evolutionary process of people management within the scope of organizational and administrative theory; Objective and subjective rationalities in people management; People management and social identity; Paradoxes between the prescribed management mode and the actual management mode; Human capital and management proposals; The process of research in people management.

Sustainability and Corporate Governance
Sustainability (environmental, social and economic triple bottom line) has been one of the main factors for the success of organizations, be they governmental, private or social. It is part of the study the strategies of relations with stakeholders, Management and Management of Projects of Social Responsibility, Social Balance, Indicators of Social Responsibility. Social Certifications. In this context corporate governance indicates a possibility of bringing to the debates a form of management.

Marketing and Operations

Evolution of Thought and Marketing Strategies. Evolution of marketing thinking and theories; Paradigms of contemporary management; Analysis and comparison of leading thinkers and classical authors to modern concepts; Marketing and marketing strategies in global and virtual environments; Relations and decisions of the marketing compound with socio-cultural and economic aspects of the Brazilian reality. Operations Management. Supply Chain Management; historic evolution; Development and management of partnerships; Insourcing and outsourcing; Restructuring and consolidation of supply chains, practices and recent initiatives in the area; Information and communication technology in the supply chain; Measurement of performance in the supply chain; Business logistics in the context of supply chain management; Contemporary practices in business logistics; Logistics process benchmarking; New developments and trends in the area.

 

Curricular structure

 
To obtain a PhD degree, the student must submit to a set of programmed activities, to be developed in a maximum period of 48 months, as described below.

Total credits for titling: 60, being,

  • 02 general compulsory subjects - 8 credits
  • 02 compulsory subjects of the research line - 8 credits
  • 04 elective courses - 16 credits
  • 01 Supervised Activities discipline - 4 credits
  • 01 discipline of Research Seminars - 4 credits
  • Qualification Exam - 4 credits
  • Thesis - 16 credits.