Social Work
Psychology
Business Communication
Journalism Information
Multimedia
Computer Science with Business
Computer Sciences
Communication Design
Accounting and Auditing
Human Resources Management
Management

Order number 15071/2015 [pdf] [in portuguese]

SCIENTIFIC COORDINATION
Dulce Serra Simões, PhD

Email: servicosocialcoordenacaolic@ismt.pt, dulce_simoes@ismt.pt



OBJECTIVES

Social Work, as an area of Social Sciences, has a trajectory that places it as a profession inserted in the socio-technical division of labor. Academic training should contribute to the construction of a professional identity, through a solid theoretical, methodological and ethical-political qualification, as well as an operational and practical training in research that grounds the knowledge of Social Work and its production, articulation with the other Social Sciences areas.

The scientific area of Social Work is conceived as structuring of the new Study Plan (which presupposes the existence of basic theories, a practical training, supervised pre-professional internship with a research component), establishing the articulation with the other complementary scientific areas that integrate this degree.

It is intended that the training of future Social Workers will lead to the construction of a stand that is pluralistic, critical and that promotes of the effectiveness of Human Rights and citizenship, based on principles and values inherent in the understanding of society and Social Work, in the promotion of social justice and in the commitment to the development of autonomy, emancipation and empowerment of social subjects. In this sense, the Study Plan seeks to develop in the student:

  • Knowledge of historical and socio-political relations and determinations and main currents of thought that influence the trajectory of Social Work as a profession and disciplinary area that has to be analyzed in time and place, with its limits/constraints and potentialities/possibilities ;
  • The analysis of the Portuguese society, inserted in the European and international context, from a historical, political, economic, social and cultural point of view, in order to contextualize the field of Social Work, existing and emerging demands and trends;
  • To equate the relations between Social Work and Social Policies, not only at the intervention level, but also at the level of the design, preparation and evaluation of programs, projects and policy measures;
  • The understanding of the theoretical-methodological and ethical-political aspects that allow to develop competences for intervention, planning, evaluation and research in Social Work, in order to face the new challenges and demands that are placed in contemporary societies and particularly in Portugal;
  • The reinforcement of the theoretical-practical training from the first years of the course, in several disciplinary areas, according to a continuous pedagogical strategy, namely in the area of Social Work - observatory, workshop, field and project work and study centers - which culminates in the terminus of the course, with the accomplishment of the intership and the elaboration of the final work of course;
  • The intensification of the relations between the academic formation and the social, institutional and socio-professional reality through the centers of study and of the interships, with scientific, pedagogical and professional supervision.

PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

Social Security, Health, Local Governments, Justice, Work and Education, Psychotherapeutic and Psychosocial Intervention, Qualification for Teaching


STUDY PROGRAMME

CURRICULAR UNITS DURATION ECTS
1st Semester    
Social Work History
S 5
Psychology of Development
S 5
Sociology

S 5
Contemporary Social and Political History
S 6
Portuguese Economy and Society
S 5
Political Science S 4
2nd Semester    
Human Rights
S 5
Social Policy
S 4
Research Methodologies in Social Sciences
S 6
Social Work, Social Security and Local Government
S 5
Social Psychology
S 5
Though, Knowledge and Social Work S 5
3rd Semester    
Theories and Models of Social Work
S 5
Psychopathology and Mental Health S 5
Social Work, Justice and Social Reintegration S 5
Social Law S 6
Social Services, Health and Rehabilitation S 5
Optional I (b) S 4
4th Semester    
Statistics Applied to Social Sciences I
S 5
Social Work Methodologies and Strategies S 5
Poverty, Disqualification and Social Requalification S 5
Social Economy S 5
Project Planning and Management S 5
Contexts of Professional Intervention S 5
5th Semester    
Social Administration and Management
S 5
Ethics for Social Work S 5
Statistics Applied to Social Sciences II S 5
Community Intervention and Networking S 5
Social Work Research S 5
Optional II (c) S 5
6th Semester    
Internship I
S 20
Contemporary Families and Social Intervention S 5
Childhood, Youth and Advanced Age S 5
7th Semester    
Internship II
S 25
Social Studies Seminar (a) S 5
6th Semestre (Percurso Formativo B - Serviço Social Europeu) TIPO ECTS

Seminar on Social Studies
Social Studies Seminar
Social Studies Seminar
Seminar on Social Studies Gender, Identities and Inequalities

(a) OPTIONAL SOCIAL STUDIES SEMINARS DURATION ECTS
Citizenship, Violence and Social Work S 5
Dependencies and Contemporary Culture S 5
Environmental Issue and Intervention in Catastrophes S 5
Gender, Identities and Inequalities S 5
(b) OPTIONAL CURRICULAR UNITS I DURATION ECTS
Demography S 4
Arts and Social Intervention S 4
Mobility, Relocation and New Lifestyles S 4
Anthropology S 4
***    
(c) OPTIONAL CURRICULAR UNITS II DURATION ECTS
Education and Public Policy S 5
Psychosocial Counseling and Intervention S 5
Organizational Psychology S 5
European and International Studies S 5
Entrepreneurship and Innovation S 5



ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Regular Students

The conditions to access and enrol in the Bachelor Degree in Business Communication are covered by Decree-Law 296-A/98 of September 25, altered by Decree-Laws no. 99/99 of March 30, 26/2003 of February 7, 76/2004 of March 27, 158/2004 of June 30, 147 -A/2006 of July 31, 40/2207 of February 20 and 45/2007 of February 23, and by Decree-Law 90/2008 of May 30.

  • Final classification from Secondary School 50%
  • Classification of the Admission Exam 50%
  • List of admission exams (national exams in the following disciplines):
    • 04 Economics
    • 06 Philosophy
    • 11 History
    • 18 Portuguese
(From this list, one exam is sufficient)

International Students

Please consult our International Students webpage. (link para página do EI)
Email: gri@ismt.pt

Erasmus students

Please consult your Office for International Relations.
Email: gri@ismt.pt

APPLICATIONS




Order number 15672/2013 [pdf] [in portuguese]
Decision from the Agency for Assessment and Accreditation of Higher Education - A3ES [pdf]

SCIENTIFIC COORDINATION
Ana Galhardo, PhD

E-mail Scientific Coordination:    Gab. de Psicologia
   Edf. do Largo da Cruz de Celas, number 1
   3000-132 Coimbra



OBJECTIVES

Currently, the roles and duties of the professionals of Psychology imply that they possess knowledge in various fields of Psychology and related fields, since only this way they can perform its activity based on a holistic and integrative perspective of human behavior. In this sense, the 1st cycle in Psychology aims to provide students with basic knowledge and skills levels theoretical-conceptual and research in the various fields of Psychology and related fields.
This cycle of studies includes the following scientific areas:
- Social Sciences;
- Biology;
- Methodologies Applied Psychology
- Psychology.

As a whole, these areas are intended to develop the following skills:

- To comprehend the phenomenon in social and human sciences;
- Contextualize the bases of human behavior;
- To gain knowledge of the biological fundaments of behavior;
- Identify and delimitate the main stages of methodological process;
- To know how to use correctly the statistics techniques;
- Identify and integrate the sensory, perceptional, motivational and affective processes of attention;
- To recognize and apply in the educational and clinical contexts the learning and memory theories and models;
- Assimilate the concepts and mechanisms inherent to the processing of information;
- Deepen knowledge the models of human development throughout one’s life cycle;
- To know, comprehend and apply the methods of evaluation and observation in diverse contexts of intervention;
- Recognize and apply the main procedures of psychometric evaluation;
- Identify the psychosocial determinants of health and disease;
- Apprehend models and techniques in organizational psychology.
Finally, it should also be mentioned among the objectives of the 1st cycle, to stimulate student participation in the construction of their training, they can choose different courses related to more specific areas of psychological knowledge (Optional Curricular Units).


PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
Hospitais, Centros de Saúde, Escolas, Administração Pública, Organizações não Governamentais, Ensino



STUDY PROGRAMME
UNIDADES CURRICULARES TIPO ECTS
1st Semester    
History and Epistemology of Psychology S 4
Social Sciences S 5
Neurosciences I S 6
Sensation, Perception and Attention S 5
Quantitative Research Methods S 5
Ethology S 5
2nd Semester    
Qualitative Research Methods S 5
Learning and Memory S 5
Neurosciences II S 5
Social Psychology S 5
Educational Psychology S 5
Child and Adolecent Developmental Psychology S 5
3rd Semester    
Observation and Assessement Methods S 5
Psychological Consultation S 5
Cognition and Language S 5
Adult and Elderly Developmental Psychology S 5
Statistics I S 5
Option 1 S 5
4th Semester    
Psychology of Personality S 5
Statistics II S 5
Motivation, Emotions and Affection S 5
Health Psychology S 5
Family Psychology S 5
Option 2 S 5
5th Semester    
Ethics and Deontology S 5
Groups Psychology S 5
Psychometrics S 5
Child and Adoslescent Psychopathology S 5
Option 3 S 5
Option 4 S 5
6th Semester    
Adult Psychopathology S 5
Psychological Intervention Contexts S 5
Psychopharmacology S 5
Organizational Psychology S 5
Option 5 S 5
Option 6 S 5
Brevemente estarão disponíveis os conteúdos programáticos das unidades curriculares obrigatórias

OPTIONAL CURRICULAR UNITS (1st Semester)    
Additives Behaviors Psychopathology S 5
Sports Psychology S 5
Community Psychology S 5
Psychodrama S 5
Introduction to Psychoanalysis S 5
OPTIONAL CURRICULAR UNITS (2nd Semester)    
Sexuality Psychology S 5
Forensic Psychology S 5
Introduction to Family Therapies S 5
Introduction to Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapies S 5
Data Analysis in Psychology S 5


ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Foreseen by government decree 296-A/98 of the 25th of September, altered by the decrees: 99/99 of the 30th of March, 26/2003 of the 7th of February, 76/2004 of the 27th of March, 158/2004 of the 30th of June, 147-A /2006 of the 31st of July, 40/2007 of the 20th of February and 45/2007 of the 23rd of February and for the Law n. 90/2008, of the 30th of May.


APPLICATIONS
  • Final Classification of Secondary School 50%
  • Classification of the Entrance Exams of 50%
  • Entrance exams (national exams of the following disciplines) proofs: 02 biology and Geology (B) 02 Biology and Geology (G) 11 History18 Portuguese (Of this group one exam is enough).
Email: candidaturas@ismt.pt

Order number 5305/2007 [pdf] [in portuguese]


SCIENTIFIC COORDINATION

José Vicente Serrano, PhD

Email: vicenteserrano@ismt.pt
Office Hours: Wednesday from 10am to 12pm
  Communication Office, Piso 0
  Edif. Largo da Cruz de Celas, number1
  3000-132 Coimbra



OBJECTIVES

The general objectives of this cycle of studies are: to learn techniques in writing, audio-visual, protocol, surveys and digital productions for analytical approaches in professional contexts; to know the fundamentals, models and theories of Marketing, Communication Sciences and Social Sciences which promote the practical application of Business Communication techniques; to understand, know and apply methods, techniques and instruments of Public Relations, Advertising and Marketing; to develop the skill to innovate creatively in different organisational environments and communication situations; to develop skills for the resolution of problems and for making technical decisions within the area of education and future area of professional insertion; to promote the presentation and debate of ideas, concepts, questions and problems which are inherent to the solutions found as part of the practical application of technical knowledge.


PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

Marketing Management; Public Relations; Image Adviser; Manager of Communication; Press Officer and Protocol; Markets Analyst; Creative Advertising; Account; Producer Advertiser; Graphic Producer; Media Researcher; Media Planner: Media Monitor.

STUDY PROGRAMME

CURRICULAR UNITS DURATION ECTS
1st Semester    
Theories of Communication S 4
History of Social Ideas S 4
Microeconomics S 4
Theories of Advertising S 4
Marketing Communication S 5
Audiovisual Production and Direction I S 5
Marketing and Technologies
S 4
2nd Semester  
History and Aesthetics of the Mediatized Image S 4
Semiotics of Communication S 3
Creativity Methods and Techniques S 4
Strategic Marketing S 5
Macroeconomics S 4
Ethics, Deontology and Communication Law S 5
Script Writing S 5
3rd Semester  
Public Relations theory S 3
Creative Writing
S 3
Audiovisual Production and Direction II S 5
Public Relations Strategies S 3
Statistical Methods
S 5
Video Production I S 4
International Marketing
S 4
Option 1 S 3
4th Semester  
Sociology of Communication S 4
Cyberculture S 5
Press Advisory S 4
Political Science S 4
Corporate Law S 4
Video Production II S 5
Marketing in Political Organisations and SocialEconomy
S 4
5th Semester  
Cultural Anumberropology S 4
Protocol S 4
Poles and studies of public opinion S 5
Production and Administration of Contents for Web I S 4
Digital Advertising S 3
Digital Video Editing S 6
Internal Marketing
S 4
6th Semester  
Seminar S 9
Business Communications Internship S 21


OPTIONAL CURRICULAR UNITS DURATION ECTS
Digital Photography S 5
English I S 3
Management Accounting S 5
Services Marketing S 5
Psychology of Perception S 3
Cyberjournalism S 3
Sales Force Management S 5
Entrepreneurship and Innovation S 5
Vectorial Design S 5
Design Principles S 5
Introduction to Management S 6
English II S 3
English III S 3
Argumentation S 5
Journalistic Genres and Styles S 5
Production and Administration of Contents for Web II S 5
Written Journalism S 5


INTERNSHIPS


ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The conditions to access and enrol in the Bachelor Degree in Business Communication are covered by Decree-Law 296-A/98 of September 25, altered by Decree-Laws no. 99/99 of March 30, 26/2003 of February 7, 76/2004 of March 27, 158/2004 of June 30, 147 -A/2006 of July 31, 40/2207 of February 20 and 45/2007 of February 23, and by Decree-Law 90/2008 of May 30.

Applications
    The candidature mark results from the following:
  • Final classification from Secondary School: 50%
  • Classification of the Admission Exam: 50%

  • List of admission exams (national exams in the following disciplines):
  • 12 History of Culture and of Arts
  • 17 Mathematics Applied to Social Sciences
  • 18 Portuguese
    (From this list, one exam is sufficient)

APPLICATIONS



Order number 17288/2009 [pdf] [in portuguese]

EXECUTIVE COORDINATION
Sofia Figueiredo

Email: sofia@ismt.pt
Office Hours: Wednesday from 2pm to 3pm
  Edif. Largo da Cruz de Celas number 1
  3000-132 Coimbra



SCIENTIFIC COORDINATION

Dinis Alves, PhD

OBJECTIVES

The 1st cycle in Journalism Information aims to train individuals capable of performing activities in the media area, specifically within the Journalism and Audiovisual. The graduate must acquire specific skills - covered in the scientific basis of the specialty, and additional optional in this curriculum - to work on communication companies, occupying various positions in the structure of the media in the areas of Information, Production and Direction. It also aims to promote synergies with local and national media and communication companies, in order to enable an effective approach to professional reality and the entry of "products" developed by students as part of the practical disciplines.


PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

Press, Radio, Tv, Cyberjournalism, Photojournalism, Television Production and Direction, Script Writing, Offices for Communication and Image.

STUDY PROGRAMME

CURRICULAR UNITS DURATION ECTS
1st Semester    
Introduction to Journalism S 4
Production and Administration of Contents for Web I S 4
Theories of Communication S 4
Journalistic Genres and Styles S 5
History of Social Communication S 5
Contemporary History I S 3
The Art and Technique of Headline Writing S 5
2nd Semester    
Semiotics of Communication S 3
Contemporary History II S 3
Photojournalism S 4
Media Representations S 5
Techniques of Journalistic Investigation S 5
Graphic Design S 5
Digital Image Processing S 5
3rd Semester    
Written Journalism S 5
Production and Administration of Contents for Web II S 5
Audiovisual Production and Direction I S 5
Radio Production and Directing S 5
Introduction to Economics S 4
Option 1 S 3
Option 2 S 3
4th Semester    
Cyberjournalism S 3
History and Aesthetics of the Mediatized Image S 4
Sociology of Communication S 4
Radio Journalism Laboratory I S 5
Script Writing S 5
Option 3 S 3
Option 4 S 3
Option 5 S 3
5th Semester    
Radio Journalism Laboratory II S 5
Television Journalism Laboratory I S 5
Audiovisual Production and Direction II S 5
Press Laboratory I S 5
Cultural Anumberropology S 4
Option 6 S 3
Option 7 S 3
6th Semester    
Ethics, Deontology and Communication Law S 5
Themes on Portuguese Culture S 4
Television Journalism Laboratory II S 5
Press Laboratory II S 5
Option 8 S 4
Option 9 S 4
Option 10 S 3


OPTIONAL CURRICULAR UNITS DURATION ECTS
Political Science S 4
European Studies S 4
Organization of Documentation and Archive services S 3
Infography S 3
Digital Advertising S 3
History of Visual Arts S 4
Theories of Advertising S 4
Public Relations Strategies S 3
Economics Applied to Journalism S 4
History of Photography S 4
Music Applied to Audiovisual Communication S 4
Theory and Practice of Media Direction S 4
History of Cinema S 4
Creativity Methods and Techniques S 4
Creative Writing S 3
Interactive Television S 3
English I S 4
English II S 3
English III S 3
English IV S 3
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

- To have a high school degree or similar.
- To have done the entrance exams established for the respective pair establishment/course (11 History, 13 English, 18 Portuguese)
- To have obtained in each of the established exams for the pair establishment/course the demanded minimum mark (95 points on a scale of 0 to 200)
- To have obtained on the application mark the demanded minimum mark (95 points on a scale of 0 to 200);
- The application mark is obtained from the following formula: Final high school mark or equivalent 50% Entrance exam mark 50%
- The conditions covered by Decree-Law 296-A/98 of September 25, altered by Decree-Laws no. 99/99 of March 30, 26/2003 of February 7, 76/2004 of March 27, 158/2004 of June 30, 147 -A/2006 of July 31, 40/2207 of February 20 and 45/2007 of February 23, and by Decree-Law 90/2008 of May 30 are applied.

APPLICATIONS




Order number 13460/2014 [pdf] [in portuguese]
Order number 14078/2009 [pdf] [in portuguese]

SCIENTIFIC COORDINATION
Pedro Jerónimo, PhD
Inês Amaral, PhD



EXECUTIVE COORDINATION
Francisco Amaral

CONTACT COORDINATION
SCIENTIFIC COORDINATION:
Pedro Jerónimo, PhD - pedrojeronimo@ismt.pt
Inês Amaral, PhD - inesamaral@ismt.pt
Office Hours:
Thursday from 12:30 to 13:30
Multimedia Office
Largo da Cruz de Celas, Nº 1
3000-132 Coimbra


EXECUTIVE COORDINATION:
Dr. Francisco Amaral - franciscoamaral@gmail.com

ERASMUS COORDINATION:
Dr. Francisco Amaral - franciscoamaral@gmail.com

LINKS
Facebook's Degree in Multimedia of ISMT

OBJECTIVES
The objectives of this course of study is to train graduates with the tools and skills in order to:
  • interpret and construct with semantic rigor appropriate oral and written statements to various media and contexts, developing the ability to innovate, demonstrating creativity in different communicative situations, the ability to exercise critical and self-critical professional situations;
  • identify notions of the Information Society, Globalization, Network;
  • know the legislation that regulates the communication;
  • recognize the process of communication and sensory processes inherent in this, knowing and applying tools of Information and Communication Technologies;
  • learn techniques and models in graphic design and vector;
  • know and apply technical principles to specific areas Audiovisual Production and Direction;
  • mastering the principles and techniques of computer programming;
  • know and apply the theoretical principles and techniques of Photography;
  • known theoretical principles and techniques apply Sound Effects;
  • produce Web content;
  • apply tools of graphic communication;
  • learn and apply contents on virtual scenography and animation;
  • distinguish and apply techniques of Plot / Screenwriting for Audiovisual and Multimedia;
  • own knowledge of systems analysis and databases;
  • understand different socio-cultural interactions in Cyberspace;


PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
At the end of the 1st cycle of studies degree in Multimedia, students are empowered to exercise the various new professions which guarantee the harmonious relationship between the fields of Communications, Information Technology and Design.
  • Web designer.
  • Managers of projects in the area of information systems, specifically in the production and editing multimedia (internet, digital media, online publications, ...)
  • Director graphics and image production.
  • Centers of Computer and Audiovisual Media.
  • Departments of image editing and sound in audiovisual production companies.
  • Departments of graphic design for screen (including TV and video).
  • Creative departments in advertising companies.
  • Centers of Computer and Audiovisual Media.
  • E-learning.
  • Multimedia Teaching.
  • Multimedia Communication.

STUDY PROGRAMME
CURRICULAR UNITS DURATION ECTS
1st Semester    
Introduction to the Study of Communication S 3
Multimedia Narrative Models and Visual Communication S 4
Design Principles S 5
Introduction to Programming S 5
Digital Photography S 5
Image Analysis S 4
Option 1 S 4
2nd Semester    
Cyberculture S 5
Sociology of Communication S 4
Digital Image Processing S 5
Graphic Design S 5
Psychology of Perception S 3
Programming I S 5
Option 2 S 3
3rd Semester    
Programming II S 5
Vectorial Design S 5
Scripting for Multimedia S 5
Editorial Design S 4
Video Production I S 4
Theory of Sound S 4
Option 3 S 3
4th Semester    
Hipertext S 4
Programming III S 5
Video Production II S 5
Audio Production S 5
Webdesign I S 4
Multimedia Systems S 4
Option 4 S 3
5th Semester    
3D Animation I S 6
Webdesign II S 6
Sound Workshop I S 6
Digital Video Editing S 6
Law of Communication S 3
Creative Industries and Business Models S 3
6th Semester    
3D Animation II S 6
Sound Workshop II S 6
Video Workshop S 6
Workshop of Multimedia Production S 8
Multimedia Games Development S 4


OPTIONAL CURRICULAR UNITS DURATION ECTS
Photography and Video Documentary (option 1) S 4
History of Photography (option 1) S 4
Theories of Advertising (option 1) S 4
History of Visual Arts (option 1) S 4
English I (option 1) S 4
English II (option 2) S 3
Creative Writing (option 2) S 3
ECommerce (option 2) S 3
English III (option 3) S 3
Cyberjournalism (option 3) S 3
Emarketing (option 3) S 3
English IV (option 4) S 3
Elearning (option 4) S 3
Infography (option 4) S 3
Interactive Television (option 4) S 3

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
The conditions to access and enrol in the Bachelor Degree in Multimedia are covered by Decree-Law 296-A/98 of September 25, altered by Decree-Laws no. 99/99 of March 30, 26/2003 of February 7, 76/2004 of March 27, 158/2004 of June 30, 147 -A/2006 of July 31, 40/2207 of February 20 and 45/2007 of February 23, and by Decree-Law 90/2008 of May 30.

Apllications
  • The candidature mark results from the following:
  • Final classification from Secondary School: 50%
  • Classification of the Admission Exam: 50%

    • List of admission exams (national exams in the following disciplines):
    • 10 Descriptive Geometry
    • 16 Mathematics
    • 18 Portuguese
      (From this list, one exam is sufficient)

APPLICATIONS

Order number 19676/2009 [pdf] [in portuguese]

SCIENTIFIC COORDINATION
Joana Urbano, PhD

EXECUTIVE COORDINATION:
Francisco Reis, PhD
Ricardo Malheiro

Website
Email: rsmal@ismt.pt
Office Hours: Wednesday from 11am to 12pm
  Informatics Office, Piso 0
  Edif. Largo da Cruz de Celas, number1
  3000-132 Coimbra


OBJECTIVES

The 1st cycle of studies in Computer Sciences with Business is inserted in an area with increasing demand for Portuguese companies and with a surprising (yet) reduced supply in Portugal: the field of new technologies applied to organizations, commonly referred to as IT management.
In fact, this concept so in vogue in technologically developed countries - see the example of the various curricula in MIS (Management Information Systems) and BIS (Business Information Systems) exist in several European countries and in United States - is essential to companies that need qualified staff in new information technologies, but which have a strategic vision of how to apply these technologies to the global strategy of the product or the company itself. The intersection of technology areas with computer sciences and business is therefore now essential to sustained economic development of the country.
Thus, it may be stated mission of this course offering an advanced education in the field of computer management, directed to the acquisition of skills in solving business problems through the application of current methodologies and the most advanced technologies information. In order to achieve the proposed goals are established the following objectives:


PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

Employers most common of graduates in IT Management are the government (in its various sectors), industry, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and large firms, consulting firms, banks and investment firms, telecommunications companies and educational institutions. Regarding job opportunities, they include, but is not limited to, the following career opportunities:
  • Consulting Systems Integration
  • Project Management Software
  • Analysis and Management Systems
  • Analysis and Management of Databases
  • Developing Applications
  • Quality Management
  • Teaching and Research

STUDY PROGRAMME

CURRICULAR UNITS DURATION ECTS
1st Semester    
Programming I S 8
Applied Math I S 6
Technical English S 4
Computer Architecture S 6
Information Systems S 6
2nd Semester  
Programming II S 8
Applied Math II S 6
Communication Techniques S 4
Economics and Business S 6
Computer Networks S 6
3rd Semester  
Database Systems S 7
Statistical Methods S 5
Software Engineering S 6
Management and Accounting S 6
Strategic Management S 6
4th Semester  
Management Informatics S 6
Operating Systems S 6
Product Management S 6
Operations Management
S 6
Project Management Software S 6
5th Semester  
Decision Support Systems S 6
Strategic Planning of IT S 6
Quality in Information Systems S 6
Option 1 (a) S 6
Option 2 (a) S 6
6th Semester  
Corporate Law and Informatics S 4
Human Resource Management S 5
Project or Internship S 15
Option 3 (a) S 6
(a) The choice of a list to fix by the body statutorily responsible.


INTERNSHIPS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Final classification from Secondary School 50%
Classification of the Admission Exam 50%

List of admission exams (national exams in the following disciplines):
19 Mathematics A
04 Economy and 19 Mathematics A
18 Portuguese and 19 Mathematics A
(From this list, one exam is sufficient)

APPLICATIONS



Aviso_n_14371-2015 Order number 14371/2015 [pdf]

SCIENTIFIC COORDINATION
Joana Urbano, PhD

EXECUTIVE COORDINATION:
Francisco Reis, PhD
Ricardo Malheiro

Website
Email: rsmal@ismt.pt
Office Hours: Wednesday from 11am to 12pm
  Informatics Office, Piso 0
  Edif. Largo da Cruz de Celas, number1
  3000-132 Coimbra


OBJECTIVES

The 1st cycle of studies in Computer Sciences has the mission to offer an advanced education in the field of Information Technology, directed toward the acquisition of skills in programming and design and management of information systems, including the phases of specification, development, testing and maintenance of applications and systems. In order to achieve the proposed goals, the following objectives are established:
  • Qualify and train: professional in Information Technologies applied to organizations, including mastering of the IT science areas and the strategic planning of Information Technology in organizations.
  • Develop and stimulate: critical thinking, verbal and written communication skills, organizational planning, ability to work in groups and decision-making capacity.
  • Train: for the integration of knowledge; the strategic application of technologies in organizations, taking into consideration the global strategy of the product/service of the organization itself; for the communication of knowledge and results to specialists and non-specialists.
  • Promote: the contact of the student with the labour world in an initial stage of his training, through the participation of students in cooperation protocols with public and private organizations, under internship or summertime internship.


PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

Employers most common of graduates in IT Management are the government (in its various sectors), industry, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and large firms, consulting firms, banks and investment firms, telecommunications companies and educational institutions. Regarding job opportunities, they include, but is not limited to, the following career opportunities:
  • Developing Applications
  • Analysis and Management Systems
  • Analysis and Management Systems Databases
  • IT Consulting
  • Consulting Systems Integration
  • Project Management Software
  • Quality Management
  • Teaching and Research

STUDY PROGRAMME

CURRICULAR UNITS DURATION ECTS
1st Semester    
Programming I S 8
Applied Math I S 6
Technical English S 4
Computer Architecture S 6
Information Systems S 6
2nd Semester    
Programming II S 8
Applied Math II S 6
Communication Techniques S 4
Discrete Math S 6
Computer Networks S 6
3rd Semester    
Database Systems S 7
Statistical Methods S 5
Software Engineering S 6
Data Structures and Algorithms S 6
Interactive Interfaces Specification S 6
4th Semester    
Management Informatics S 6
Operating Systems S 6
Programming III S 6
Project Management Software S 6
Artificial Intelligence S 6
5th Semester    
Quality in Information Systems S 6
Distributed Systems S 6
Systems and Network Management S 6
Option 1 (a) S 6
Option 2 (a) S 6
6th Semester    
Compilers S 6
Project or Internship S 18
Option 3 (a) S 6
(a) The choice of a list to fix by the body statutorily responsible.


INTERNSHIPS

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Final classification from Secondary School 50%
Classification of the Admission Exam 50%

List of admission exams (national exams in the following disciplines):
19 Mathematics A
10 Descriptive Geometry and 19 Mathematics A
18 Portuguese and 19 Mathematics A
(From this list, one exam is sufficient)


APPLICATIONS



Order number 14342/2009 [pdf] [in portuguese]

SCIENTIFIC COORDINATION
Maria Luísa Costa, PhD
Email Coordenação: manuel.d.menezes@gmail.com
Office Hours: Wednesday from 10am to 12pm
  Communication Office, Piso 0
  Edif. Largo da Cruz de Celas, number1
  3000-132 Coimbra

EXECUTIVE COORDINATION
José Vicente Serrano, PhD
Manuel Menezes, PhD


OBJECTIVES

The 1st cycle in Communication Design aims to train individuals capable of designing visual communications media, in terms of image identity, advertising design (posters, ads, videos, etc..) Editorial design (newspapers, magazines, books, catalogs, brochures, etc..) and packaging design for companies and institutions.
The graduate must acquire specific skills to be able to perform activities in the fields of design and research of cultural action under the Communication Design.


PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

Departments of Communication Design and Image
Consulting Companies in Communication Design and Image
Graphic Arts Companies
Departments of Marketing Communications


STUDY PROGRAMME

CURRICULAR UNITS DURATION ECTS
1st Semester    
Theories of Communication S 4
History of Social Ideas S 4
Theories of Advertising S 4
Production and Administration of Contents for Web S 4
Design Principles S 5
Audiovisual Production and Direction S 5
Theory of Sound S 4
2nd Semester    
History and Aesthetics of the Mediatized Image S 4
Graphic Design S 4
Creative Writing S 4
Digital Image Processing S 4
WebDesign I S 5
Ethics, Deontology and Communication Law S 5
Sociology of Communication S 4
3rd Semester    
Vectorial Design S 5
WebDesign II S 6
Marketing Communication S 5
3D Animation S 6
Video Production I S 4
Image Analysis S 4
4th Semester    
Geometry S 4
Semiotics of Communication S 3
Creativity Methods and Techniques S 4
Psychology of Perception S 3
Cyberculture S 5
Video Production II S 5
Communication Design I S 6
5th Semester    
Entrepreneurship and Innovation S 5
Digital Advertising S 3
Statistical Methods S 5
Typography, Layout and Pagination S 5
Communication Design II S 6
Digital Video Editing S 6
6th Semester    
Seminar S 9
Internship S 21



INTERNSHIPS


ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The conditions to access and enrol in the Bachelor Degree in Business Communication are covered by Decree-Law 296-A/98 of September 25, altered by Decree-Laws no. 99/99 of March 30, 26/2003 of February 7, 76/2004 of March 27, 158/2004 of June 30, 147 -A/2006 of July 31, 40/2207 of February 20 and 45/2007 of February 23, and by Decree-Law 90/2008 of May 30.

Applications
    The candidature mark results from the following:
  • Final classification from Secondary School: 50%
  • Classification of the Admission Exam: 50%

  • List of admission exams (national exams in the following disciplines):
  • 06 Draw
  • 16 Mathematics
  • 18 Portuguese
    (From this list, one exam is sufficient)
APPLICATIONS



Order number 14052/2014 [pdf] [in portuguese]

SCIENTIFIC COORDINATION

Vasco Alves de Sousa Almeida, PhD



COORDINATION CONTACT

Vasco Alves de Sousa Almeida, PhD - vascoalmeida@ismt.pt
OBJECTIVES

1. To provide a high quality and up to date education in management, in order to maximize the employability of future graduates;
2. To provide students with theoretical and practical knowledge in different management areas;
3. To prepare students for the challenges of entrepreneurship and organizational innovation;
4. To develop skills for strategic development and internationalization processes.


PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

Scientific, technical and personal skills provided during the course enable graduates in Management to performe various functions in areas such as organization and management, planning and strategy, and education and training. Graduates become qualified staff thereby to perform activities in areas such as:
• Management of Companies and organizations in general
• Financial Management
• Sales and Marketing Management
• Management Control
• Business and Audit Consulting
• Teaching

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  • Regular Students
    The conditions to access and enrol in the Bachelor Degree in Business Communication are covered by Decree-Law 296-A/98 of September 25, altered by Decree-Laws no. 99/99 of March 30, 26/2003 of February 7, 76/2004 of March 27, 158/2004 of June 30, 147 -A/2006 of July 31, 40/2207 of February 20 and 45/2007 of February 23, and by Decree-Law 90/2008 of May 30.
    • Final classification from Secondary School 50%
    • Classification of the Admission Exam 50%
    • List of admission exams (national exams in the following disciplines):
      • 04 Economics
      • 16 Mathematics
      • 18 Portuguese
      (From this list, one exam is sufficient)
  • International Students
    Please consult our International Students webpage.
    Email: gri@ismt.pt
  • Erasmus students
    Please consult your Office for International Relations.
    Email: gri@ismt.pt

APPLICATIONS
Email: candidaturas@ismt.pt
Office for International Relations: gri@ismt.pt


Order number 14370/2015 [pdf]

EXECUTIVE COORDINATION
Maria Cristina Quintas

Email Coordenação: cristina@ismt.pt
Office Hours: Monday, from 5:30pm to 6:30pm
  Piso 1
  Edif. Largo da Cruz de Celas, number1
  3000-132 Coimbra


OBJECTIVES

As stated by Peter Drucker "people are the only sustainable competitive advantage in the long term" and as such, the Human Resource Management is a strategic area of the organization, aiming its success and the increase of its competitiveness. Thus, we can say that the main objectives of this cycle of study are as follows:
- Provide students a sense of the current role played by human resource managers in organizations in general;
- Provide students with knowledge of the latest tools in the area of Human Resource Management;
- Train specialists in Human Resource Management that dominate the main techniques and instruments of Human Resource Management, taking into account existing organizational contexts, where there is a change in the models of work organization, particularly by virtue of the emergence of new labor realities and where the watchwords are "change" and "adaptation".




PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

The career opportunities for holders of degree in Human Resources Management are diverse, however highlight the following:
- Carrying out duties as manager/technician HR Human Resources Departments of businesses and organizations in general;
- Exercise of an advisory role in the area of HR as a professional person;
- Exercise of functions consulting companies consulting, recruitment and selection, temporary employment, outplacement, etc.
- Exercise of functions specific consulting in the area of Health and Safety at work.
Note also that these professionals can exert their activity in many different types of organizations, regardless of size, sector or area of ??????business activity, since people management is transversal to organizations of various types and sectors of activity.


STUDY PROGRAMME

CURRICULAR UNITS DURATION ECTS
1st Semester    
History of Psychology S 4
Labor Law I S 4
Theories of Communication S 4
Social Sciences S 5
Information Systems S 6
Microeconomics S 4
Contemporary History I S 3
2nd Semester    
Political Science S 4
Economics and Business S 6
Contemporary History II S 3
Research Methods I S 5
Macroeconomics   S 4
Option I (a) S  
Option II (a) S  
3rd Semester    
Labor Law II S 4
The Recruitment and Selection Process S 6
Management and Accounting S 6
Research Methods II S 5
International Marketing S 4
Statistical Methods S 5
4th Semester    
Systems Performance Evaluation S 6
Strategic Marketing S 5
Organizational Psychology S 5
Themes on Portuguese Culture S 4
Management Informatics S 6
Option III (a) S  
5th Semester    
Project Analysis S 6
Decision Support Systems S 6
Policies of Training and Career Management S 6
Reward Systems - Compensation and Benefits S 6
Strategic Management S 6
6th Semester    
Seminar S 9
Internship S 21
(a) The choice of a list to fix by the body statutorily responsible.



INTERNSHIPS



ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The conditions to access and enrol in the Bachelor Degree in Business Communication are covered by Decree-Law 296-A/98 of September 25, altered by Decree-Laws no. 99/99 of March 30, 26/2003 of February 7, 76/2004 of March 27, 158/2004 of June 30, 147 -A/2006 of July 31, 40/2207 of February 20 and 45/2007 of February 23, and by Decree-Law 90/2008 of May 30.


Final classification from Secondary School 50%
Classification of the Admission Exam 50%

List of admission exams (national exams in the following disciplines):
04 Economics
11 History
18 Portuguese
(From this list, one exam is sufficient)


APPLICATIONS


OBJECTIVES

It is intended to train graduates with solid knowledge in the area of Accounting and Auditing (a multidisciplinary perspective, in areas related to accounting function: economics, law firms, information systems, fiscal, statistics, corporate finance, marketing and human resources) by teaching skills in core areas and further defined by the Order to the profession of Chartered Accountant.



PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

This course aims to prepare the finalists for the profession of accountant / auditor with skills that ensure their employability in different organizational contexts, based on professional ethics and a high standard of accountability.

- Independent accountant or integrated into organizations of any kind.
- Responsible for administrative and financial functions.
- "Controller" Internal and External Auditor
- Consulting
- Teaching and Research



STUDY PROGRAMME

CURRICULAR UNITS ECTS
1st Semester  
Microeconomics  3
Applied Mathematics for Management I  7
Financial Accounting I  6
Introduction to Management  5
Financial Calculus  4
Technical English  2
Introduction to Law  3
2nd Semester  
Organizational Behavior  4
Information Technology  4
Macroeconomics  3
Applied Mathematics for Management II  7
Financial Accounting II  6
Statistics I  6
3rd Semester  
Accounting of Societies and Groups  5
Management Accounting I  6
Ethics and Deontology  3
Financial Analysis  6
Statistics II  6
Labor Law  4
4th Semester  
Management Control  6
Fiscal Law  3
Financial Management  6
Management Accounting II  6
Auditing  5
Corporate Law  4
5th Semester  
Decision Support Systems  6
Project Analysis  6
Fiscal I  6
Management Accounting III  5
 OPTION 1  4
 OPTION 2  3
6th Semestre  
Public Accounting  6
Fiscal II  6
Financial Auditing and Fiscal  5
Simulation in Corporate Accounting  6
 OPTION 3  4
 OPTION 4  3
OPTIONAL CURRICULAR UNITS ECTS
Accounting for Financial Institutions  4
Trends in International Accounting  4
Accounting for Nonprofit Organizations  4
Management Information Systems Accounting  4
Strategic Audit  4
Corporate Evaluation  4
Research in Accounting  4
Human Resources Management  5
Entrepreneurship and Innovation  3
Marketing  6

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The conditions to access and enrol in the Bachelor Degree in Business Communication are covered by Decree-Law 296-A/98 of September 25, altered by Decree-Laws no. 99/99 of March 30, 26/2003 of February 7, 76/2004 of March 27, 158/2004 of June 30, 147 -A/2006 of July 31, 40/2207 of February 20 and 45/2007 of February 23, and by Decree-Law 90/2008 of May 30.

Applications

Final classification from Secondary School 50%
Classification of the Admission Exam 50%

List of admission exams (national exams in the following disciplines):
04 Economics
16 Mathematics
18 Portuguese
(From this list, one exam is sufficient)

APPLICATIONS


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