Emphasis on Finance, Logistics, Marketing, Business, Persons, Projects
Professional development stands out among the subjects that make up our daily lives. The Specialization in Management program melds theory to practice under the guidance of professors whose experience encompasses academy and business. It leads to a course whose renowned excellence enhances its participants' curriculum.
One of the most important differentials in the FDC Specialization program is its flexibility in relation to its agenda, choice of emphasis and program content. Attending a minimum compulsory curriculum, participants define the number of class hours, the schedule, and whether to attend the course on weekdays or weekends. There are 6 emphases, varying according to professional goals: Logistics, Finance, Marketing, Business, People and Projects.
- Enhanced skills in debating themes related to business management.
- Increased competence in analyzing and solving management problems.
- More focus on personal and professional goals by means of an Individual Development Plan -- PDI.
- Competence in building plans and feasibility studies for entrepreneurs who wish to develop their own businesses.
- Recognition by the market and enhanced employability stemming from the new competencies that have been acquired.
- Conceptual depth
Specialization - a minimum of 360 class hours.
Development - a minimum of 180 class hours.
Updating - a minimum of 60 class hours.
Free Disciplines - a minimum of 15 class hours.
College graduate professionals who worry about self-development and wish to:
- Leverage their careers and broaden their networks.
- Acquire general knowledge about management in several fields.
- Enhance knowledge about specific fields.
- Broaden their knowledge base to face new management challenges or open their own businesses.
The Specialization in Management Program can be developed in the in-company format, with technical support provided by FDC, to fulfill the specific needs of an organization.