Started in the academic year 2014/2015. The minimum number of credits for the degree is 90 (3 semesters). Course only start with 10 or more confirmed entries as definite by the Executive Council of the FCT NOVA.
Candidates holding a Pre-Bologna degree or a 2 cycle degree, a course that will enable them to the practice of educator or teacher profession, of the various levels of education, may request crediting for the course units.
Promoting academic training that enables personal and professional development of teachers and other professionals in education, in a logic of training throughout life by providing the enrichment of professional practices and the improvement of the organizations in which they work;
Answering needs and trainee motivations training in several areas of expertise, reflecting on the theoretical knowledge relating related to teaching and learning, questioning teaching practices and forms of school and educational organization and further promoting the education of reflective professionals;
Deepen skills in areas as learning, interdisciplinary, curricular development, research methodologies, technologies, sciences, education and interconnection with non-institutional learning;
Shaping school and education with a global and multidisciplinary approach integrating several stakeholders and levels of education.
It is expected that the lessons common to all master's students derive Fridays afternoon (15h-21h). The classes of the areas of expertise should proceed on Thursdays after work hours or other time set jointly by teachers and postgraduate students enrolled in a given area of expertise. Punctually, will take place teaching activities also on Saturday mornings.
Portuguese students: 1st year - € 1,063.47 - 2nd year - €689
Foreign students: 3.200€/year 60% reduction for CPLP (Community of Portuese Language Countries) students
1st phase: 23rd April to 16th July 2018
2nd phase: 27th to 31st august 2018
Vacancies for 2017/2018:
Professor João Correia de Freitas
Registration number R/A-Cr 61/2014 on 20/05/2014
Prior accreditation on 03/03/2014, for 3 years
The Applied Social Sciences Department (DCSA) guarantees, at the Faculty of Science and Technology, the teaching and the research in areas outside the basic sciences and engineering, giving thus our students a structured training in the field of applied social sciences, what passes by having competency in the fields of expression and communication, the relationship between science / technology / society (history, philosophy and contemporary thought) ethics, work organization and economy, management and entrepreneurship.More info