A Flexibilidade das Estruturas Curriculares Portuguesas Enquanto Implicação do Processo de Bolonha nas Licenciaturas em Economia: uma comparação com a Europa
[The Portuguese Study Plan's Flexibility as an Implication of the Bologna Process in Economics Undergraduate Degrees: a comparison with Europe]
In this article we perform a comparative analysis of the study plans of Economics undergraduate degrees between Portugal and the best European institutions, for the school year 2004-2005. The analysis indicates a lower flexibility of Portuguese undergraduate courses, with a greater proportion of required disciplines and less electives offered. The study provides significant evidence on the essential courses to include in the study plans of future undergraduate Economics degrees in Portugal, with a reduced length of three years and about their required or optional nature.
|Date of creation:||Dec 2005|
|Publication status:||Published in Cadernos de Economia 76 (2006): pp. 54-63|
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