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Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria
Classes are theoretical and practical. At the beginning of each topic of the program, the theoretical exposition of the contents is realized, accompanied by mathematical formalization and graphic representation so that students can obtain theoretical knowledge of the syllabus. Current issues related to content are also discussed so that students can identify the applicability of microeconomic theory and foster its capacity for analysis. Subsequently, several practical exercises are performed so that students can apply and solidify their knowledge about the syllabus.
The continuous assessment consists of two tests, where students' theoretical-practical knowledge is assessed, each with a weighting of 50%. Approval by continuous assessment is subject to a minimum of 50% attendance.
Criteria for access to the final exam: minimum of 6 values in the continuous assessment and a minimum of 50% of attendance.