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Master | Information Systems, Management Sciences and Quantitative Methods, Operations and Supply Chain Management

Master Programme in Project Management

Information Systems, Management Sciences and Quantitative Methods, Operations and Supply Chain Management

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Nowadays, the Masters in Project Management  plays a key role in the sustainable management of organisations. Greater expertise in this area enables organisations to achieve better results and to be more aligned with their strategic goals. The Masters in Project Management aims to teach participants the main "state of the art" models and project management techniques for organisations and academia.

Technicians and senior and middle managers from companies or State entities who already have a Bachelors degree, and who wish to strengthen their knowledge in project management to broaden their professional horizons; 

Professionals who wish to enrich their accumulated experience in project management and supplement this with state-of-the art remarkable academic approaches and perspectives and industry best practices;

Recent graduates who wish to acquire knowledge in this area in order to increase their opportunities in the job market.  

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Carlos J. Costa is Associate Professor of Information Systems and Operation Management at ISEG (Lisbon School of Economics and Management), University of Lisbon, since September 2017. Carlos is a member of IEEE and ACM. He is also memeber of the board of EuroSIGDOC / ACM. He was conference and program chair of conferences sponsored by ACM and EuroSIGDOC / ACM. Carlos holds a PhD in Information Sciences and Technologies in the field of Information Systems and Databases from ISCTE. He holds a Master's degree in Management Sciences from the same university and a degree from A.G.E. by the Portuguese Catholic University. His research interests include Information Systems Theory, especially in the area of adoption of Information Systems, ERP and Open Source.

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