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Economy, Managent and Entrepreneurship
Scholar Year: 2020/2021 - 1S
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|Ana Cristina Rodrigues Rolo Alves||Head|
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Intended learning outcomes (Knowledges, skills and competencies to be developed by the students)
The course of Economy, Management and Entrepreneurship aims to acquire knowledge in order to understand the economic and social dynamics underlying, the different methods of organization and workings of societies, in their different conceptions.
Skills to be developed:
- (Re) know concepts and economic and management practices that contribute to the understanding of a balanced development.
- Decoding entrepreneurship as a process of creating something new, assuming the risks and rewards.
- To develop a critical attitude and proactive given the information, comparing diverse views and substantiating the argument.
- Linking local issues with regional, to national and international, reflecting interactions and interdependencies.
- Identify concepts and establish relationships between concepts.
- (Re) known theoretical frameworks in documents in economic and social area.
- Collect and process relevant information.
- Show skills of questioning and reflection, from studies and cases.
I - Economy
1.1 The Economic Circuit and the Economic Agents
1.2 The Importance of National Accounts
1.3 The State Intervention in the Economy
1.4 The Portuguese Economy In view of the European Union
II - Management
2.2 Management Functions
2.4 Organizations and External Environment
2.5 Social Corporate Responsibility
III - Entrepreneurship
3.1 Concept Evolution
3.2 Learning Ability
3.3 Innovation and Entrepreneurial Attitude
3.4 Characteristics of Entrepreneurs
3.5 Entrepreneurial Skills
3.6 Business Plan
Demonstration of the syllabus coherence with the UC intended learning outcomes
The chosen program contents are the main topics within the three major themes that UC addresses and seek to familiarize students the main concepts for students to become able to (re) learn concepts and economic and management practices that contribute to the understanding of balanced development; decode entrepreneurship as a process of creating something new, assuming the risks and rewards; develop a critical attitude and proactive given the information, comparing diverse views and substantiating the argument.
Methodology "Learning by doing":
development activities through which students learn by doing.
Program management strategies:
The age range and diversity of interests and attitudes of students recommend the adoption of a management of open and flexible program with differentiated teaching strategies that enable the implementation of the scientific aspects around targeted and negotiated approaches, related to issues of Currently, favoring the development of training and continuous learning skills.
Creating spaces for individual and group initiative, generating the (trans) processes creative and innovative training of information received from a perspective as possible transversal aspects to understand the realities and to discover.
Demonstration of the teaching methodologies coherence with the curricular unit's intended learning outcomes
The teaching methodology based on the "Learning by doing" and participation of students in group work and the defense of their work aims not only learn the practical experience and learn to collect, select and process relevant information, as well as develop the ability to questioning and reflection, from studies and cases and assimilation of concepts.
Assessment methodologies and evidences
CONTINUES EVALUATION (CE)
- 1 written test (T);
- Preparation, presentation and discussion of practical activities (AP) proposed in class
CE: Final Note (FN) = 0.5T + 0.5 AP
Notes: The approval requires a minimum grade of 10 in each of the time points (T, AP).
FINAL EVALUATION (Season Normal, Resource season): Endnote (NF) = E (exam worth 100%)
ROLO ALVES, A; PEREIRA, R. e BUCHA, Agostinho (2015), "Economia, Gestão e Empreendedorismo", Editora RH.
SARKAR, S. (2010), "Empreendedorismo e Inovação", 2ª Edição, Escolar Editora.