Mestrado

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Acreditado
6 Anos
04 mar 2015
Registo DGES
Registo inicial R/A-Ef 1050/2011 de 18-03-2011
Registo de alteração R/A-Ef 1050/2011/AL01 de 01-09-2014 | R/A-Ef 1050/2011/AL02 de 16-03-2016 | R/A-Ef 1050/2011/AL03 de 25-05-2018

Contacto

Catarina Delgado
 Ala Autónoma, Gabinete 236

Período de aulas

Ínicio 14 set 2020
Fim 14 mai 2021

Propinas estudantes UE (2020/2021)

1.ºAno 2900.00 €
2.ºAno 1600.00 €

Propinas estudantes fora da UE (2020/2021)

1.ºAno 7000.00 €
2.ºAno 2800.00 €
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Plano de Estudos para 2020/2021

Unidades Curriculares Obrigatórias
1 Ano | 1 Semestre
Crescimento Económico
Inglês
6.0 ECTS
História do Pensamento Económico
Inglês
6.0 ECTS
Microeconomia
Inglês
6.0 ECTS
Métodos Econométricos I
Inglês
6.0 ECTS
Teoria dos Jogos e dos Contratos
Inglês
6.0 ECTS
1 Ano | 2 Semestre
Macroeconomia
Inglês
6.0 ECTS
Métodos Econométricos II
Inglês
6.0 ECTS
2 Ano | 1 Semestre
Seminário de Investigação em Economia I
Inglês
6.0 ECTS
2 Ano | 2 Semestre
Seminário de Investigação em Economia II
Inglês
6.0 ECTS
Trabalho Final
2 Ano | 1 Semestre
Dissertação em Economia
Inglês
48.0 ECTS
2 Ano | 2 Semestre
Dissertação em Economia
Inglês
48.0 ECTS

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Elective courses

A wide range of courses is available to complement the core course modules. However, with a proper combination of electives, students may add a supplement to their Master's diploma, in the following thematic area: 

Computing and Modelling for Economics and Business

The student still has one other elective to choose from, besides one of these thematic areas. There is one extra elective from the Economics/Political Economy scientific area – Economics of Banking and Financial Markets.

Optional courses will only be held if they achieve a minimum number of enrollments.

Objetivos

Objectives

MSc in Economics aims to prepare students for advanced professional work, in national or international institutions. Therefore the general objectives of the programme are:

  • To provide students with a deeper knowledge of theoretical and empirical constructs in the main fields within Economics at an international level;
  • To promote the development of modelling ability in economic theory and the use of advanced methods and techniques;
  • To stimulate analytical and critical thought on the different approaches to economic issues;
  • To stimulate the development of capabilities in autonomous and original work, promoting excellence in thought and action;
  • To develop the students’ ability to summarise and communicate their work;
  • To gain a level of economic knowledge enabling students to achieve high-quality performance suitable for various hierarchical levels and professional occupations.

Learning Goals:

Goal 1 - Display effective written communication skills, including the following aspects: produce a well-structured document; demonstrate that the key messages have been clearly identified; express theoretical arguments to a specific application; summarize ideas and conclusions.

Goal 2 - Display effective oral communication skills, including the following aspects: select appropriate format for a given presentation; demonstrate confidence and that the communication was well-prepared; develop and make presentations with impact.

Goal 3 - Develop critical thinking skills, including the following aspects: select and interpret relevant data and references from academic and non-academic sources; identify and debate ethical issues in business and management; formulate well-supported conclusions or solutions, apply appropriate methodologies or formulas to analyze and assess business issues and problems.

Goal 4 - Develop the ability to analyze and summarize economic issues, and more specifically; identify and replicate the main contributions of contemporary economic theories and policies; apply statistical and mathematical techniques to represent and understand economic reality; understand and debate the controversies about approaches, models, techniques and policies in economics.

Goal 5 - Develop the ability to solve practical problems using economic methods, and more specifically: understand that economic reality is extremely complex and requires simplifications to be analyzed; use computational methods to solve numerical and statistical problems in economics; understand how to extract information from the models in order to interpret and compare their outputs with the observed empirical data. 

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