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Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria
Classes are theoretical-practical with exposure of material by teachers and also with the participation of students. When applicable, case studies drawn from specialized Journals and books (about the reality of businesses environment) will be analysed. In addition, monitoring exercises will be provided to students for practical classes. Students’ participation through discussion and problems resolution is recommended and desirable.
In the evaluation process, the following elements will be considered:
. First test - 50 % - 24th november
. Second Test - 50 % - 6th january
Students who reach a final classification over 10 will be exempted from exams. In order to gain access to exams, students must reach at least a final classification equal to 6 and assist at least half of the classes..
Any other situation will be analyzed in light of the general rules for knowledge evaluation of the university.