Doctorate in Administration
The aim of the Doctorate Course in Administration is to:
•train qualified professionals in broad-based in-depth analysis and problem solving in business management or public policy;
•stimulate the production of knowledge in the field of Administration;
•train researchers with autonomy and a free-thinking spirit in the field of Administration;
•develop qualities in production and transmission of knowledge in Administration in line with the programs in the field, new didactic and pedagogic principles and research methodology.
Professionals interested in developing their talents in the production of knowledge.
Lines of Research
* Policies and Strategies
Study of processes and implementation of measures which, in the public sector, seek to redirect the distribution of resources to the production of collective benefits and which, in the private sector, strive to alter the organizational relationship vis-à-vis the community and the market.
* Management Technologies
Study of models, methods, techniques and tools which seek to enhance management competencies, improve processes and optimize corporate results.
* Organization and Management
Study of the dynamics of organizational, inter-organizational and inter-institutional relationships in a formal, symbolic and behavioral context and the reflection they have on management.