Program Structure

The undergraduate first-degree programs in Economics and in Management are structured in semesters. For each individual course attended and successfully completed students are awarded a number of ECTS (European Credit Transfer System).

In order to complete the undergraduate in Economics or in Management, it is mandatory to enrol in at least six academic semesters and successfully achieve between 180 and 195 ECTS credits.

During the first year you can choose to take classes in English or in Portuguese. The courses in the first year are taught in Portuguese and in English (there are separate classes for each language track). English will be the language of instruction in the majority of the second and third year's courses.

Undergraduate Degree in Economics

Year Sem Courses
Principles of Microeconomics Calculus I Linear Algebra Financial Accounting  
Principles of Management Calculus II Data Analysis &
Probability
Principles of Macroeconomics  
Microeconomics
Statistics for Economics &
Management
Finance Communication, 
Leadership & Ethics

Law for
Businesand Economics

Macroeconomics Econometrics Industrial Organization Advanced Microeconomics  
Global Economics I Elective Elective Introduction to Modern
and Contemporary
History
Managing 
Impactful
Projects
Global Economics II Elective Elective European Economics Seminar  

 

Electives: Modeling and OptimizationMacroeconomic PolicyPublic EconomicsEconomic HistoryEuropean LawDevelopment Economics;

 

Undergraduate Degree in Management

Year Sem Courses
Principles of Management Calculus I Linear Algebra Principles of Macroeconomics  
Principles of Microeconomics Calculus II

Data Analysis &
Probability

Financial Accounting  
Macroeconomics
Statistics for Economics &
Management
Marketing Management Accounting  
Microeconomics Global Business Environment Finance Law for
Business and Economics
Communication, 
Leadership & Ethics

 

Strategy

 

Elective Elective Organizational Behavior  
Management Seminar Elective Elective Introduction to Modern
and Contemporary
History
Managing 
Impactful
Projects

 

Electives:EntrepreneurshipInternational ManagementOperations ManagementInformation SystemsEuropean LawModeling and Optimization