Organization and Curricular Structure
For detailed information, please refer to the Postgraduate Catalog. Below, check out some important highlights.
Assessment and Recognition
The Interdisciplinary Master's degree in Applied Human and Social Sciences received a grade 3 and was recommended by Ordinance MEC 652 of 05/22/2017.
The minimum and maximum durations for the Master's course are 12 and 24 months respectively. To obtain the title of Master Applied Human and Social Sciences, the student must complete a total of 28 credits, 18 in mandatory activities and 08 credits in elective activities.
Requirements for Obtaining the Title
Fulfill the total number of credits as specified in the course completion and obtain the minimum income coefficient of 2.5 from the 2nd academic period studied, prove proficiency in a foreign language at the master's degree, be approved in the qualification examination and defense.