Master’s Program in Management – Academic PPGA
The course seeks to train teachers, researchers, managers and professionals who demonstrate: (a) analytical capacity to deal with different practices in the field of organizations, public policies, and management; (b) competence to carry out and disseminate consistent academic research in the context of contemporary society, interdisciplinarity and transdisciplinarity; (c) competence to deliver teaching in a reflective and innovative manner, according to the principles of the learning process; and (d) ability to manage organizations, respecting their uniqueness and context.
Master’s Program in Management – Professional PPGA
The course seeks to train managers for a critical, contextualized and purposeful performance in private and state companies, public institutions and non-governmental organizations, enabling them to: (a) analyze contexts and environments in their different configurations; (b) analyze complex problems within organizations; (c) formulate strategies, policies and intervention plans; (d) monitor and evaluate results; (e) interact with the various sectors of society; (f) lead work teams, and (g) manage organizational change processes.
Professional and interdisciplinary Master’s Program in Development and Social Management
The course seeks to train strategists who are sensitive to contemporary challenges, critical of social changes and committed to the social development of territories.
Professional Master’s Program in Public Security, Justice and Citizenship
The course seeks to (a) train managers to analyze, formulate, implement and evaluate integrated, multidisciplinary and interinstitutional actions in the field of public security and justice policies, facing the challenges posed by social reality in the perspective of strengthening citizenship; (b) develop, based on sociological concepts and instruments, the ability to analyze the phenomenon of crime and manifestations of violence, in a diagnostic perspective of institutional interventions in public security organizations; (c) analyze public security institutions, identifying the basic elements of internal and external dynamics, which interfere in the effectiveness of their relations with society; improve the use of knowledge management methodologies for information management and evaluation of actions in public security and criminal justice, and (d) train professionals to participate in integration processes, in interinstitutional cooperation networks, contributing to raising the training levels of professionals in the area.