Final Report in Geography and Territorial Planning
a) To develop the research capacity independently, creatively and critically;
b) To select and apply concepts and methodologies appropriate for solving problems related to the subject matter of the investigation;
c) To develop specific skills in written and oral communication of the results of theoretical research and empirical analysis.
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Bibliografia a indicar em função do tema de trabalho.
Bibliography to be indicated according to the Final Report topic.
The teaching methodology consists of individual tutorial guidance, in which the supervisor accompanies all the supervised student´s work stages and provides the necessary assistance.
The Final Report is developed within the FCSH Research Units, mainly the CICS.NOVA. The work done by students must be inserted in their area of expertise, with a strong tutorial component. It will be required to meet the following requirements:
a) Domain of theoretical knowledge
b) Research capacity in social sciences and humanities
c) Compliance with the steps of the research work
d) Research methodologies
e) Communication (written and oral) research.