PostGraduate in Intelligence Management and Security
In a society in which studies about security and defense extend to the new social and economic dimensions in complex international contexts, this postgraduate programin Intelligence Management and Security focuses on analytical tools andmethodologies needed to evaluate, manage, and make decisions in this field.
The postgraduate program in Intelligence Management and Security will respond to challenges posed by the new framework ofinternational security and defense and the challenges of globalization that shape the relations of worldwide powers, in which the strategic decision processes and framework of security and information must be addressed.
Among the potential target of this postgraduate program, those who work in the fields of information and security, in particular elements of the forces and security services, military, decision-making support and competitive intelligence managers, NGO technicians, other technicians of the public administration responsible for information, stand out in the admission process.
The goal of this program is to train technical staff and managers to:
- Obtain comprehensive skills in the various stages of the information production cycle;
- Understand, analyze, and research globalization processes;
- Demonstrate knowledge of intelligence and information gathering, and techniques of data analysis;
- Communicate complex issues, clearly and effectively;
- Promote key skills to support decision making, enhanced by the use of Competitive Intelligence and Business processes;
- Understand the role of strategic intelligence to support decision making.
Only available in Portuguese.
Access to other programs
The requirements for the applications are: a degree in a compatible field (complete until February 2019); analysis of the applicants' academic and professional curriculum.
Guilherme Martins Victorino, Teresa Maria Ferreira Rodrigues
The curriculum of the postgraduate program consists of 8 mandatory course units, a total of 60 ECTS.
Conditions of admittance
The requirements for the applications are: a degree in a compatible field; analysis of the applicants' academic and professional curriculum; and an interview conducted by the Admissions' Jury Panel.
|1º year - Autumn semester|
|400035||Regional Dynamics of Security and Defense||7.5|
|400033||Economic and Competitive Intelligence||7.5|
|400037||Methodology and Techniques of Analysis and Prospective||7.5|
|400032||Structured Analytic Techniques for Intelligence Analysis||4.0|
|400024||New Healthcare Market||4.0|