Graduate

Management (MsC/Ph.D)

Overview


With a proposal focused on the critical analysis of several management theories and practices, the Unisinos Graduate Program in Management promotes a vision that integrates various fields of knowledge. This approach prepares students for production of knowledge, teaching, and leadership management. The Management Graduate Program is recommended and graded 5 by CAPES. It also has agreements and research projects underway with many international universities. The program aims to provide in-depth knowledge of theoretical or applied content related to the different areas of study as well as qualification of professors for research and higher education teaching.

Emphasis:

Organizations and Competitiveness

Areas of Study


Competitiveness and Inter-Organizational Relations

Area of study “Competitiveness and Inter-Organizational Relations” investigates management in complex interaction systems among organizations that establish individual and collective competitive advantages in industrial and service sectors. The main fields of knowledge approached by this area refer to (1) interorganizational relations, (2) innovation (3) technological management and organizational competitiveness, in a perspective that integrates findings from related areas, such as Economics, Sociology and Psychology.

Organizational Strategies

“Organizational Strategies” looks both into the company external and internal environments, combining interests in terms of market positioning, strategic choices, and resources management. The main fields of knowledge approached by this area refer to (1) international business; (2) strategy in services; (3) sustainability; (4) market, consumption, and acquisition studies; (5) structuring and organization of resources and competences.

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Course Coordinator

Claudia Cristina Bitencourt
PhD in Business Administration.
Areas of Interest: Competence Management, Organizational Learning and social innovation.

E-mail: claudiacb@unisinos.br
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Academic Staff

Alsones Balestrin
PhD in History.
Areas of Interest: PhD in Management (Brazil) and PhD in Information and Communication Science (France).
Area of Study: Cooperation Networks, Collaborative Innovation and Inter-Organizational Strategies.
E-mail: abalestrin@unisinos.br
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Amarolinda Zanela Klein
PhD in Management.
Areas of Interest: Management of Technology and Information Systems, Information Technology and Organizational Competitiveness, changes related to the adoption of Information and Communication Technology in organizations.
E-mail: aczanela@unisinos.br
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Celso Augusto de Matos
PhD in Management.
Areas of Interest: Marketing strategies; Consumer Behavior.
E-mail: celsoam@unisinos.br
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Diego Antonio Bittencourt Marconatto
PhD in Management.
Areas of Interest: Base of the pyramid business, entrepreneurship and institutionalism.
E-mail: dmarconatto@unisinos.br
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Douglas Wegner
PhD in Management.
Areas of Interest: Inter-Organizational Strategies and Business Networks.
E-mail: dwegner@unisinos.br
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Guilherme Trez
PhD in Management.
Areas of Interest: Marketing strategies; Product development; Strategy implementation; Market research and analysis.
E-mail: gtrez@unisinos.br
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Iuri Gavronski
PhD in Management.
Areas of Interest: Strategy, Sustainability and Operations.
E-mail: igavronski@unisinos.br
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Ivan Lapuente Garrido
PhD in Management, with an emphasis on Marketing.
Areas of Interest: International Business and Marketing.
E-mail: igarrido@unisinos.br
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Jorge Renato de Souza Verschoore
PhD in Management.
Areas of Interest: Cooperation Networks, Social Networks, Collaborative Strategies and Regional Development.
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Luciana Marques Vieira
PhD in Agribusiness Economics.
Areas of Interest: Internationalization strategy, international competitiveness and agribusiness.
E-mail: lmvieira@unisinos.br
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Norberto Hoppen
PHD in Management and Information System.
Areas of Interest: Information Technology, Information Systems, and Human and Social Involved Aspects; Decision-Making Process, and Decision Support Systems; Information Technology Planning and Strategic Alignment.
E-mail: norbertoh@unisinos.br
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Rafael Teixeira
PhD in Management.
Areas of Interest: Service management, operations and supply chain.
E-mail: rafaelte@unisinos.br
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Wagner Junior Ladeira
PhD in Management.
Areas of Interest: Strategic Marketing, Temporal Distance in Decision Making, and Consumer Behavior.
E-mail: wladeira@unisinos.br
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Yeda Swirski de Souza
PhD in Psychology.
Areas of Interest: Learning and Trust, Behavior in Global Markets, and International Entrepreneurship.
E-mail: yedasou@unisinos.br
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Teaching Fellows

Alexia Hoppe
PHD in Management
Areas of Interest: Food Industry Supply Chain Strategies, Marketing, and Food Innovation, Agribusiness.
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Eduardo Henrique Rigoni
PhD in Management.
Areas of Interest: Development of economic sectors through Virtual Business Communities.
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Eduardo Kunzel Teixeira
PhD in Management.
Areas of Interest: Organizational Relationships, Networks and Clusters.
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Kadígia Faccin
PHD in Management (Brazil) and PhD in Sciences de L'information et de La Communication (France).
Areas of Interest: Interorganizational Relations, Collaborative Innovation, and Interorganizational Knowledge Management.
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Marilia Bonzanini Bossle
PhD in Management.
Areas of Interest: Eco-innovation, Sustainable Production and Consumption, Sustainability and Food Marketing, and Social Innovation.
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Curricular Structure for the Master's and Doctoral Degree Program (when both) Back to menu


Master's Degree

Required Courses (9 credits)

- Applied Statistics (3 credits)
- Research Methods 1 (3 credits)
- Qualitative Research Methods (3 credits)

Roptional Course (15 credits)

- Strategic Management (3 credits)
- Organizational Behavior (3 credits)
- Corporate Sustainability (3 credits)
- Technology Social Studies (3 credits)
- Innovation Management (3 credits)
- Service Operations Management (3 credits)
- Information Technology Corporate Governance (3 credits)
- Network Governance (3 credits)
- Strategic Marketing (3 credits)
- Higher Education Methodology (3 credits)
- International Business (3 credits)
- Industrial Organization (3 credits)
- Resources and Competences (3 credits)
- Interorganizational Relations (3 credits)
- Theory of Organizations (3 credits)
- Special Topics in Management (1 credit)
- Publication or final acceptance of up to two papers in a scientific journal with minimum B1 Qualis Capes, during the period of Master’s Degree, being that each paper is Worth three credits; (6 credits)

Other Academic Activities

- Thesis Qualifying Examination Final Paper (6 credits)
- Thesis Defense (6 credits)

Proficiency

- Test of English Proficiency Teaching Internship*
- Teaching Internship * (2 credits)

* The Teaching Internship is not worth credits in the Curricular Structure. Required for Capes scholarship students.

Doctoral Degree

The Doctoral degree in Management consists of 8 semesters (36 credits), which may be structured as follows:


Required Course (15 credits)

- Applied Statistics (3 credits)
- Research Methods 1 (3 credits)
- Research Methods 2 (3 credits)
- Multivariate Methods (3 credits)
- Qualitative Research Methods (3 credits)

Other Required Academic Activities (03 credits)

- Publication or final acceptance to publication of a scientific paper in a high impact factor journal (Qualis Capes – A1, A2, B1), during the period of the doctoral degree (3 credits)

Optional Courses (12 credits)

- Strategic Management (3 credits)
- Organizational Behavior (3 credits)
- Corporate Sustainability (3 credits)
- Technology Social Studies (3 credits)
- Innovation Management (3 credits)
- Service Operations Management (3 credits)
- Information Technology Corporate Governance (3 credits)
- Network Governance (3 credits)
- Strategic Marketing (3 credits)
- Higher Education Methodology (3 credits)
- International Business (3 credits)
- Industrial Organization (3 credits)
- Resources and Competences (3 credits)
- Interorganizational Relations (3 credits)
- Theory of Organizations (3 credits)
- Special Topics in Management (1 credit)
- Publication or final acceptance to publication of a scientific paper in a high impact factor journal (Qualis Capes – A1, A2, B1), during the period of the doctoral degree (3 credits)
- Doctoral Exchange Program (6 credits)


Other Academic Activities

- Theoretical Essay
- Qualifying Examination Final Paper (06 credits)
- Dissertation Defense (6 credits)

Proficiency

- Test of English Proficiency
- Test of Proficiency in a Foreign Language Teaching Internship*
- Teaching Internship * (2 credits)

* The Teaching Internship is not worth credits in the Curricular Structure. Required for Capes scholarship students.

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Office of the Registrar for the Graduate Program in Management
Phone: +55 (51) 3590 8186 or (51) 3591 1122 - Extension 1566/ 1572
E-mail: ppgadm@unisinos.br
Hours: Monday to Friday, from 8 am to 10 pm
Location: Sector E - Economic Science - Unisinos São Leopoldo Campus

Management (MsC/Ph.D)