Gestão de Recursos Humanos e Comportamento Organizacional
Prevailing scientific area:
DR - Dispatch No. 4928/2011, of March 21, 2011, First-Cycle degree, ISCED Level 6, EQF Level 6, 180 ECTS, 6 semesters, Accreditation A3ES: ACEF/1213/20612, Degree official code: 9640
Management School of Tomar, School official code 3241
A unique and focused vision for the development of human capital.
Provide a solid scientific, technological and social learning, supported by a programme and courses that includes contact with real situations and laboratories experiences. This cycle of studies is based on the development of a diverse set of skills and competencies that permits excellent career opportunities and pursue postgraduate studies.
This program aims at fostering the acquisition of know-how and skills to meet the challenges of the new millennium in terms of organisational behaviour management; developing management and leadership processes with a view to achieving organisational effectiveness, constant follow-up and updating as well as fostering the appropriate articulation between academic methods/expertise and the labour world. And also trying to enhance the individual as "the utmost resource" and the distinguishing feature of Human Resources Management.
The name of the program is implicitly related with such functions as human resources management, strategic HRM, recruitment and selection, vocational training and counselling, administrative HRM, organisational health, career management, consultancy in the sphere of organisational behaviour.
To provide graduates a training recognized conceptual soundness;
Get high levels of notoriety and recognition business;
To provide graduates a wide range of career choices and a high effective employability;
To provide graduates a strong link to business and business practices in their state of the art;
To provide graduates the articulation and integration in current contexts of national and international business;
To provide graduates a set of soft skills in management necessary for the understanding of organizational reality;
To provide graduates a solid set of specific skills of essential human resources management to a professional performance of high quality;
Provide a solid ethical basis for professional integration.