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Curricular structure

According to the decision obtained at the Meeting of the Collegiate PostCom of 11/24/2010, the assembly of CREDITS in the Program is now configured as follows:

 

MASTER 

1. Minimum credits with couses 21 credits in courses (*)

2. Credits in programmed activities 5 (attributed by the advisor)

3.  Credits of the  supervision of the  dissertation 4 (attributed by the advisor)

Overall: 30
 

Explanation of the above items: 

1. There are at least 7 (seven) subjects to be taken - (*) Among these, Master's students must study the compulsory subjects of the Master's degree;

2. In the Scheduled Activities, the credits will be allocated to the activities carried out during the course period and will be defined by the advisor referring to: published articles; Participation in congresses; Papers produced; Organization and participation in seminars; Intensive courses, internships and / or monitoring and others. In both the credits conferred in the Scheduled Activities and those with the Dissertation Orientation, the supervisor must specify the activity and modality where the credit will be conferred. The simple copies of the certificates and the report of the activities carried out must be delivered up to thirty days before the dissertation is  deposited at the Postgraduate Secretariat.

3. Credits for the orientation of the dissertation (studies, responsibility, attendance and attendance of the orientation) will be attributed during the course and before the public presentation of the dissertation. Remember that the act of Qualification and Presentation will not receive credits;

 

DOCTORATE DEGREE 

1. Previous credits with master's courses up to 21 credits

2. Credits in courses 12 credits in courses (**)

3. Credits in scheduled activities 8

4. Thesis orientation credits 4

5. Thesis Seminar 3

Total: 48 


Explanation of the above items:

1 - In the case of a Master's degree completed in the Methodist Postgraduate Program, students will have the equivalence for a PhD of a maximum of 21 (twenty-one) credits in courses. Equivalence outside this condition is limited to 15 credits.

2 - At least 4 (four) subjects to be studied - (**) Among these, PhD students must study the compulsory subjects of the Doctorate;

3 - In the Scheduled Activities, credits will be allocated to the activities carried out during the course period and will be defined by the supervisor referring to: published articles; Participation in congresses; Papers produced; Organization and participation in seminars; Intensive courses, internships and / or monitoring and others. In both credits granted in the Programmed Activities, Thesis Seminar and Thesis Orientation, the supervisor must specify the activity and modality where the credit will be conferred. The simple copies of the certificates and the report of the activities carried out must be delivered up to thirty days before the thesis is to be deposited at the Postgraduate Secretariat.

4 - Credits for the orientation of the thesis (studies, responsibility, attendance and attendance of the guidelines) will be attributed during the course and before the public presentation of the defense. Remember that the act of Qualification and Presentation will not receive credits;

5 - The thesis seminar will be presented by the student individually from 4 to 6 months before the thesis is delivered. In this scientific activity, the student should organize and present the advances and contributions of his research / thesis in the form of a seminar.

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