Cover of the School
of Economics' review
on Economics & International Relations.

opposite page:
Gilles Lipovetsky, French sociologist
and theorist of the new individualism,
during lecture at FAAP.
 

1ST SEMESTER

Discipline

Name

Number of hours

3RI130

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

36

3RI131

CREATIVITY I

36

3RI132

LAW I

36

3RI133

ECONOMICS I

36

3RI134

INSTRUMENTAL INFORMATICS I

36

3RI135

MATHEMATICS I

36

3RI136

SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY

36

3RI137

POLITICS I

36

3RI138

PORTUGUESE - INSTRUMENTAL WRITING I

36

3RI139

BRAZILIAN REALITY I

36

 

2ND SEMESTER

Discipline

Name

Number of hours

3RI230

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION II

36

3RI231

CREATIVITY II

36

3RI232

LAW II

36

3RI233

ECONOMICS II 

36

3RI234

INSTRUMENTAL INFORMATICS II

36

3RI235

MATHEMATICS II

36

3RI236

POLITICS

36

3RI237

PORTUGUESE - INSTRUMENTAL WRITING II

36

3RI238

BRAZILIAN REALITY II

36

3RI239

RESEARCH TECHNIQUES

36

 

3RD SEMESTER

Discipline

Name

Number of hours

3RI330

INTERNATIONAL LAW I

54

3RI331

EVOLUTION OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL IDEAS I

36

3RI332

STATISTICS I

36

3RI333

ETHICS I

36

3RI334

TRADE ESSENTIALS AND POLICY TRADES

36

3RI335

ECONOMIC FORMATION – LATIN AMERICA

36

3RI336

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS HISTORY I

36

3RI338

MICROECONOMICS I

36

3RI339

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY I

54

 

4TH SEMESTER

Discipline

Name

Number of hours

3RI430

INTERNATIONAL LAW II

54

3RI431

EVOLUTION OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL IDEAS II

36

3RI432

STATISTICS II

36

3RI433

ETHICS II

36

3RI434

ECONOMIC FORMATION - BRAZIL

36

3RI435

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS HISTORY II

36

3RI436

MACROECONOMICS II

36

3RI437

MICROECONOMICS II

36

3RI438

TRADE PRACTICES

36

3RI439

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY II

54

 

5TH SEMESTER

Discipline

Name

Number of hours

3RI531

MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING

36

3RI532

INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY I

36

3RI533

BRAZILIAN ECONOMY I

36

3RI534

GEOSTRATEGY

36

3RI535

REGIONAL INTEGRATION I

36

3RI536

FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS I

36

3RI537

INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS I

36

3RI538

BRAZILIAN FOREIGN POLICY I

36

3RI539

CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

36

3RI540 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS TOPICS

36

3RI530

ANTHROPOLOGY I

36

 

6TH SEMESTER

Discipline

Name

Number of hours

3RI630

ANTHROPOLOGY II

36

3RI631

INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

36

3RI632

INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY II

36

3RI633

BRAZILIAN ECONOMY II

36

3RI634

REGIONAL INTEGRATION II

36

3RI635

INTERNATIONALIZATION OF BUSINESSES I

36

3RI636

FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS II

36

3RI637

CAPSTONE PROJECT I

36

3RI638

INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS II

36

3RI639

BRAZILIAN FOREIGN POLICY II

36

3RI640

BRAZILIAN POLITICAL SYSTEM

36

 

7TH SEMESTER

Discipline

Name

Number of hours

3RI730

FOREIGN POLICY ANALYSIS

36

3RI731

HUMAN RIGHTS

36

3RI732

TRANSNATIONAL ENTERPRISES AND FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT

36

3RI733

INTERNATIONAL FINANCE I

36

3RI734

INTERNATIONALIZATION OF BUSINESSES II

36

3RI735 INTERNATIONAL MARKETING 36
3RI736 CAPSTONE PROJECT II 36
3RI737 INTERNATIONAL SECURITY 36
3RI738 MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 36
3RI739 MULTILATERAL TRADE SYSTEM 36
3RI740 INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATIONS TECHNIQUES 36

 

8TH SEMESTER

Discipline

Name

Number of hours

3RI830

MULTILATERAL TRADE AGREEMENTS AND DISPUTES

36

3RI831

PROSPECTIVE ANALYSES

36

3RI832

INTERNATIONAL ENTERPRISES FINANCE

36

3RI833

INTERNATIONAL FINANCE II

36

3RI834

ENVIRONMENT STUDIES

36

3RI835

CAPSTONE PROJECT

36




FIRST SEMESTER

FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION I
Catalogue Code: 3RI130
Total Course Hours: 36
First Semester Course

SUMMARY
Background and development of administrative thinking: theories and approaches. The administrative functions: planning, organization, direction and control. The role of trustee and management skills. The organization as a system. The decision-making process. Administration of human resources. Main management tools: Communication, Motivation and Leadership. Organizational structures and sources of power. Notions of Finance, Financial and organizational control systems.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
CREATIVITY I
Catalogue Code: 3RI131
Total Course Hours: 36
First Semester Course

SUMMARY
Basic concepts of creativity and innovation. Structure and functioning of the brain. Integrated use of the potential brain. Techniques for the development of creative potential. Creative solution of problems.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
LAW I
Catalogue Code: 3RI132
Total Course Hours: 36
First Semester Course

SUMMARY
The program is directed to issues of Public Law, highlighting the legislative process, the Rights and Fundamental Guarantees, the Economical Order, Financial and Tax, in accordance with the Federal Constitution of Brazil.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
ECONOMICS I
Catalogue Code: 3RI133
Total Course Hours: 36
First Semester Course

SUMMARY
Conceptualization of Economic Science. Examination of problems inherent in the definition and study of economics and the way in which societies are organized to address its fundamental economic issues. Definition of the study of Microeconomic Theory, by examining the functioning of the market, studying the theory of production, analysis of the theory of costs and manner in which production and prices are determined in each marketing structure.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INSTRUMENTAL INFORMATICS I
Catalogue Code: 3RI134
Total Course Hours: 36
First Semester Course

SUMMARY
Computational tools in academic and professional activities. Word processors, spreadsheets and programs for development of presentations.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
MATHEMATICS I
Catalogue Code: 3RI135
Total Course Hours: 36
First Semester Course

SUMMARY
Functions of first and second grade. Limit of a function and derived using the average rate of change.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
Catalogue Code: 3RI136
Total Course Hours: 36
First Semester Course
 
SUMMARY

The mission of the university. The origin of knowledge: philosophy and science. The theories and types of knowledge. Scientific knowledge and philosophy of science. Scientific method. The methodology of social sciences. Methodology applied to economics and international relations.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
POLITICS I
Catalogue Code: 3RI137
Total Course Hours: 36
First Semester Course

SUMMARY
The State, its genesis and institutions. Evolution of the State. Power, State, Government, legitimacy, authority, nation, sovereignty and democracy.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
PORTUGUESE - INSTRUMENTAL WRITING I
Catalogue Code: 3RI138
Total Course Hours: 36
First Semester Course

SUMMARY

The Process of verbal communication: techniques of reading, interpretation of texts, technical writing. Patterns of cultural norms of the Portuguese language.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
BRAZILIAN REALITY I
Catalogue Code: 3RI139
Total Course Hours: 36
First Semester Course

SUMMARY
Retrospective analysis in Brazilian political and economic fields, so the student can develop their own analytical capacity - conjuncture analysis.

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SECOND SEMESTER

FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION II
Catalogue Code: 3RI230
Total Course Hours: 36
Second Semester Course

SUMMARY

The study of administrative activities and the role of marketing in business. Definition of Marketing. Marketing System. Marketing activities. Environmental analysis of the company: economic, political and legal, social, natural, technological and competitive. Segmentation of the market. Market positioning. Management of products. Distribution channels. Price formation. Propaganda. Personal sales. Advertising and sales promotion.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
CREATIVITY II
Catalogue Code: 3RI231
Total Course Hours: 36
Second Semester Course

SUMMARY
The Creative Product: characteristics and evaluation criteria. Creativity and Innovation. Environment and Climate that encourages creative behavior. Questioning of paradigms and practical applications of Creativity. Creativity and entrepreneurship.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
LAW II
Catalogue Code: 3RI232
Total Course Hours: 36
Second Semester Course

SUMMARY
According to the Brazilian Constitution, the notions of Commercial Law, act of incorporation of trading companies, types of companies by persons, responsibility of company shares Limited, dissolution of companies, corporations, bankruptcy and composition. Notions of Civil Law, Consumer Law and Environmental Law in accordance with the Federal Constitution of Brazil.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
ECONOMICS II
Catalogue Code: 3RI233
Total Course Hours: 36
Second Semester Course

SUMMARY
The basics of macroeconomics, issues regarding national accounting and problems of existing measures. The theory that determines the income and the question tax policy. Currency and monetary policy and discuss the problems of inflation and unemployment. Issues regarding international relations and economic development.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INSTRUMENTAL INFORMATICS II
Catalogue Code: 3RI234
Total Course Hours: 36
Second Semester Course

SUMMARY
Computational tools in academic and professional activities. Spreadsheets. Introduction to databases.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
MATHEMATICS II
Catalogue Code: 3RI235
Total Course Hours: 36
Second Semester Course

SUMMARY
Numeric sets. Function of a variable. Study of a function by graphical representation. Limit and continuity. Accruals and average rate of change. Derivatives of functions of one variable. Successive derivatives. Implementation of the first order derivative of the study of functions with a variable. Indefinite integral. Fully defined. Application area as the full set. Function with two variables. Partial derivatives. Review of basic concepts. Limits and derivatives. Maximum and minimum integrated.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
POLITICS II
Catalogue Code: 3RI236
Total Course Hours: 36
Second Semester Course

SUMMARY
Definition of the object and the characteristics of international politics. Actors, concept of the international system and anarchy, order of the international system, the power in interstate relations, war and cooperation, the structures that shape the system, the international legitimacy, the current process of globalization.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
PORTUGUESE - INSTRUMENTAL WRITING II
Catalogue Code: 3RI237
Total Course Hours: 36
Second Semester Course

SUMMARY
Process of verbal communication: techniques of reading, interpretation of texts and technical writing. Patterns of cultural norms of the Portuguese language.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
ECONOMICS
BRAZILIAN REALITY II
Catalogue Code: 3RI238
Total Course Hours: 36
Second Semester Course

SUMMARY

The reality in the Brazilian social and cultural fields, so that the students can develop their own analytical capacity - conjuncture analysis.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
RESEARCH TECHNIQUES
Catalogue Code: 3RI239
Total Course Hours: 36
Second Semester Course

SUMMARY
Rules for developing a research project. Aspects of developing a scientific research. Theoretical and applied research. Literature: what, why and how to search. The construction of hypotheses. The selection of material. The study of texts. Data collection. Analysis and interpretation.

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THIRD SEMESTER

FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTERNATIONAL LAW I
Catalogue Code
: 3RI330
Total Course Hours: 54
Third Semester Course

SUMMARY
International relations through the legal prism. International law as the determinant of the subjects of International Relations. Legal status of the activity of states and other organizations in International Relations. International treaties. Relationship between international and domestic law. Resolution of disputes under international law. The mission of Embassies and Consulates.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
EVOLUTION OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL IDEAS I
Catalogue Code: 3RI331
Total Course Hours: 36
Third Semester Course

SUMMARY
Concepts of political theory and the issues of organization of power. The Classical Political Philosophy and International Relations: Machiavelli, Hobbes, Rousseau, Locke, Montesquieu, The Federalists, Alexis de Tocqueville and Stuart Mill.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
STATISTICS I
Catalogue Code: 3RI332
Total Course Hours: 36
Third Semester Course

SUMMARY
Data analysis. Probability. Random Variables. Discrete and continuous distributions.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
ETHICS I
Catalogue Code
: 3RI333
Total Course Hours: 36
Third Semester Course

SUMMARY
Philosophical perspective of ethics. Classical Greece: Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Ethics, stoic and Epicurean. Ethics in Kant. Utilitarianism: John Stuart Mill. Rousseau. Ethical evaluation of an action.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
ECONOMIC FORMATION - LATIN AMERICA
Catalogue Code
: 3RI335
Total Course Hours: 36
Third Semester Course

SUMMARY
The economic history of Latin America since the Spanish conquest to the establishment of the imports substitution industry and the diffusion of the popular masses in Latin American political process.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
TRADE ESSENTIALS AND POLICY TRADES

Catalogue Code: 3RI334
Total Course Hours: 36
Third Semester Course

SUMMARY
Historical and theoretical principals of trade and the basic concepts for the development of trade activity.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS HISTORY I
Catalogue Code: 3RI336
Total Course Hours: 36
Third Semester Course

SUMMARY 
Evolution of the History of International Relations from its formative period, examining the origins and development of the system of westfalian states and the construction of the European System. Evolution of the European System of the XVII century to the second half of the twentieth century, from the shape, rise and fall of traditional European order and the British hegemony, towards the transition to the Pax Americana.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY I

Catalogue Code: 3RI339
Total Course Hours: 54
Fourth Semester Course

SUMMARY
Theory in international relations, the role of cooperation and security in the theoretical debate in International Relations. The traditional paradigms of International Relations. The classical and modern theories of International Relations (Realism, Idealism and Marxism), the Liberalism, the Neomarxism, the English School and the theories of international political economy.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
ECONOMICS
MICROECONOMICS I

Catalogue Code: 3RI338
Total Course Hours: 36
Third Semester Course

SUMMARY
Principals of microeconomic theory, with emphasis on consumer behavior and enterprise. Prices formation and market equilibrium.

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FOURTH SEMESTER

FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTERNATIONAL LAW II

Catalogue Code: 3RI430
Total Course Hours: 54
Fourth Semester Course
 
SUMMARY
Sources of International Law. Theory of Qualifications. Elements of connection. The application of foreign law: exceptions of application. Reference. Law of International Trade. Contracts of international trade. Standard terms. Competition, antitrust and antidumping. Private entities. JRC. The Incoterms. Organizations for economic integration and trade.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
EVOLUTION OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL IDEAS II

Catalogue Code: 3RI431
Total Course Hours: 36
Fourth Semester Course

SUMMARY
The emergence of sociology as a science. Classical sociological theory: Positivism, Materialism and Idealism. The sociology in the post-industrial society. The globalization in terms of sociology - and labor organizations. The post-modernity and the challenges of society in the Global Information Age.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS HISTORY II
Catalogue Code: 3RI435
Total Course Hours: 36
Third Semester Course

SUMMARY 
The rise, consolidation and formation of the United States hegemony and the Soviet challenge, examining the main stages and developments of the Cold War. The bipolar socio-politico-strategic trends, its impacts and systemic shaping of International Relations in the twentieth century.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY II

Catalogue Code: 3RI439
Total Course Hours: 54
Fourth Semester Course

SUMMARY
The main authors and contemporary school of thoughts in International Relations (from the 1970s). The debate Neo-Realism versus Neoliberalism. Rational models (game theory). Theories that arise in the post-Cold War: the transition to a 'new international order’, globalization, clash of Civilizations, Constructivism, Postmodernism, Critical Theory, Feminism, the third and fourth discussions of International Relations.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
STATISTICS II

Catalogue Code: 3RI432
Total Course Hours: 36
Fourth Semester Course

SUMMARY
Continuous distributions. Sample distributions. Sampling. Confidence interval. Testing of Hypothesis.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
ETHICS II

Catalogue Code: 3RI433
Total Course Hours: 36
Fourth Semester Course

SUMMARY 
Historical evolution of the studies of ethics. Development of ethical environment in organizations. Ethics in different areas of enterprises. Ethics in theoretical studies of International relations.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
ECONOMIC FORMATION - BRAZIL

Catalogue Code: 3RI434
Total Course Hours: 36
Fourth Semester Course

SUMMARY 
Brazilian economic history since the beginning of colonization until the collapse of the coffee economy in the 1930’s and the measures taken by Brazil to overcome the global depression.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
MACROECONOMICS II

Catalogue Code: 3RI436
Total Course Hours: 36
Fourth Semester Course

SUMMARY
Macroeconomic modeling to understanding the effects of fiscal, monetary and exchange rate policies under different hypothesis.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
MICROECONOMICS II

Catalogue Code: 3RI437
Total Course Hours: 36
Fourth Semester Course

SUMMARY
Production and cost relations of the company. Environment in which the company operates, constraints of consumers and the goods and services offered by the firm.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
ECONOMICS
TRADE PRACTICES

Catalogue Code: 3RI438
Total Course Hours: 36
Fourth Semester Course

SUMMARY
Trade practices to access markets. Price formation and administrative procedures of trade and logistics. Financial approach.

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FIFTH SEMESTER

FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS I

Catalogue Code: 3RI536
Total Course Hours: 36
Fifth Semester Course

SUMMARY
simple and compound interest Rates. Discount rates. Cash flows.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY I

Catalogue Code: 3RI532
Total Course Hours: 36
Fifth Semester Course

SUMMARY
Theoretical principals of international economy, contextualizing the evolution of the economic thought in the treatment of international economic relations, the use of general and specific models of working with the production factors, the advantages and mobility of production factors.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
BRAZILIAN FOREIGN POLICY I

Catalogue Code: 3RI538
Total Course Hours: 36
Fifth Semester Course

SUMMARY
Brazil in the global context at the time of its discovery. The treaties that shaped the territory. The period of Independence. Relations with La Plata Basin. The changes due to the Republic. The foreign policy management of Barão do Rio Branco. Brazil and World War I and the League of Nations. Vargas’ policy from 1930 until the end of the Second World War.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS I

Catalogue Code: 3RI537
Total Course Hours: 36
Fifth Semester Course

SUMMARY
Concept of international regimes. Classification and typology of international organizations. Emergence and expansion of international organizations. Multilateralism in Post-War II and the crisis of the model in the early 1980s. The revival of multilateralism in the 1990s on a new basis. The development of global agendas. The consensus and decision making. The role of nongovernmental organizations.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING

Catalogue Code: 3RI531
Total Course Hours: 36
Fifth Semester Course

SUMMARY
Balance Sheets and other financial statements. The performance of companies through management reports.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
REGIONAL INTEGRATION I

Catalogue Code: 3RI535
Total Course Hours: 36
Fifth Semester Course

SUMMARY
General theory of Regional Integration. The European Union creation process. The Treaty of Maastricht and the creation of Euro. The creation of NAFTA.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Catalogue Code: 3RI539
Total Course Hours: 36
Fifth Semester Course

SUMMARY
The final crisis of the Cold War. The transition from post-Cold War through the discussion on the "New World Order" and the perception of a uni-multi-polar world. The role of the UN. The changes in the international system after September 11th. Conjuncture analysis.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS TOPICS

Catalogue Code: 3RI540
Total Course Hours: 36
Fifth Semester Course

SUMMARY
Relevant issues that shape the field international relations. Correlation between them and the events of the contemporary international system. Analysis of each theme and their correlation: sovereignty, internal and external policies, war, cooperation, international organizations, nationalism and ethnicity, international finance, international trade, development, environment and human rights. Conjuncture analysis.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
GEOSTRATEGY

Catalogue Code: 3RI534
Total Course Hours: 36
Fifth Semester Course

SUMMARY
The geographical space and the activities of man. History and theoretical principals of political geography. The political geography of the inter-war period. The political geography during the Cold War. International security and political geography. The new issues according to political geography.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
BRAZILIAN ECONOMY I

Catalogue Code: 3RI533
Total Course Hours: 36
Fifth Semester Course

SUMMARY
Industrialization and substitution of imports after the 1930s. The accelerated growth of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. The crisis of the 1980s.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
ANTROPOLOGY I

Catalogue Code: 3RI530
Total Course Hours: 36
Fifth Semester Course

SUMMARY
The main anthropological schools of thought and their central concepts: culture, conflict, innovation, transformation, intercultural contact, domination, power relations, alterity, identity, ethnocentrism, relativism, colonization, colonialism.

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SIXTH SEMESTER

FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS II

Catalogue Code: 3RI636
Total Course Hours: 36
Sixth Semester Course

SUMMARY
Alternative to investments and search for solutions to financial problems and the index numbers.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY II

Catalogue Code: 3RI632
Total Course Hours: 36
Sixth Semester Course

SUMMARY
Theoretical principals of the aspects related to trade policy, the options of free trade and protectionism and strategic vision of trade policy as a key instrument of public policy.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
BRAZILIAN FOREIGN POLICY II

Catalogue Code: 3RI639
Total Course Hours: 36
Sixth Semester Course

SUMMARY
Brazilian Foreign Policy during the Cold War, alignment and distancing. The Independent Foreign Policy. The military governments. The New Republic. The end of the Cold War and globalization. The multilateral issues.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS II

Catalogue Code: 3RI638
Total Course Hours: 36
Sixth Semester Course

SUMMARY
The political mobilization of developing countries. The agenda for development. The North-South relations. The New International Economic Order.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTERNATIONALIZATION OF BUSINESSES I

Catalogue Code: 3RI635
Total Course Hours: 36
Sixth Semester Course

SUMMARY
The international business, the multinationalisation of Brazilian companies. Process of internationalization, the business model, market analysis, competition and SWOT.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
REGIONAL INTEGRATION II

Catalogue Code: 3RI634
Total Course Hours: 36
Sixth Semester Course

SUMMARY
ALALC. The creation of the Andean Pact, ALADI and Mercosur. Mercosur institutionalization mechanisms. The ALESA.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

Catalogue Code: 3RI631
Total Course Hours: 36
Sixth Semester Course

SUMMARY
What is International Cooperation. Systemic constraints and opportunities for international cooperation. Development of international cooperation: areas, regions, issues and actors. Types of technical cooperation and international financing. Project of international cooperation: concepts, building blocks and techniques of preparation.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
BRAZILIAN POLITICAL SYSTEM

Catalogue Code: 3RI640
Total Course Hours: 36
Sixth Semester Course

SUMMARY
The Brazilian political system and its components: process, actors and institutions. The Brazilian electoral system and its effect on the representation of political forces. The contemporary Brazilian political system: the legacy of the military and Vargas administrations. The executive, legislative and judicial organization and Brazilian federalism tradition.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
BRAZILIAN ECONOMY II

Catalogue Code: 3RI633
Total Course Hours: 36
Sixth Semester Course

SUMMARY
The Brazilian economy after the trade liberalization of 1990. The issue of competitiveness of the Brazilian economy toward globalization, taking into account its various aspects and analyzing the situation of the country and its companies face the competitive challenge and the prospect of its internationalization.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
ANTROPOLOGY II

Catalogue Code: 3RI630
Total Course Hours: 36
Sixth Semester Course

SUMMARY
Anthropology and International Relations: equality / inequality / difference, gender relations and ethnic-racial relations.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
CAPSTONE PROJECT I

Catalogue Code: 3RI637
Total Course Hours: 36
Sixth Semester Course

SUMMARY
Development of a research topic in International Relations, methodologically structured in order to prepare the final course thesis.

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SEVENTH SEMESTER

FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTERNATIONAL FINANCE I

Catalogue Code: 3RI733
Total Course Hours: 36
Seventh Semester Course

SUMMARY
Historical evolution of economic theory of the international financial system from the gold standard on. Creation and collapse of the Bretton-Woods international financial system and in the present.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTERNATIONAL MARKETING

Catalogue Code: 3RI735
Total Course Hours: 54
Seventh Semester Course

SUMMARY
Concepts of international marketing. Market situations in marketing strategies for market penetration, taking into account price, adequacy, standardization and quality. Market research with analysis of primary and secondary information, resulting in the International Marketing Plan.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
MULTILATERAL TRADE SYSTEM

Catalogue Code: 3RI739
Total Course Hours: 36
Seventh Semester Course

SUMMARY
The new world trade system regulation. The Uruguay Round and the insertion of new issues under the GATT: Intellectual Property, Services and Investment, the creation of the World Trade Organization, the principle of single undertaking, as the consensus process, the coercive role of the Office of Dispute Settlement; negotiations and bargaining between developed and developing countries and coalitions of variable geometry, labor standards, competition and investment.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTERNATIONALIZATIONS OF BUSINESSES II

Catalogue Code: 3RI734
Total Course Hours: 36
Seventh Semester Course

SUMMARY
Process of internationalization, global opportunities for research, evaluation for entry strategies, culture and international business.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
HUMAN RIGHTS

Catalogue Code: 3RI731
Total Course Hours: 36
Seventh Semester Course

SUMMARY
Analysis of human rights protection, from the adoption in 1948 of the Universal Declaration and subsequent both UN and the Organization of American States conventions. The evolution of the international protection of Human Rights in the so called three generations. The instruments of protection: origins and legal effect and scope. Brazil's position on the issue at the regional and global.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
FOREIGN POLICY ANALYSIS

Catalogue Code: 3RI730
Total Course Hours: 36
Seventh Semester Course

SUMMARY
Decision-making, the dynamics of internal and external forces, processes of change in foreign policy, the role of state and non-state actors, the link between the interests and preferences of domestic actors and the state.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATIONS TECHNIQUES

Catalogue Code: 3RI740
Total Course Hours: 36
Seventh Semester Course

SUMMARY
What is negotiation? Rational and cognitive model. Anchoring, ZOPA, BATNA. Styles of negotiation. The influence of culture in international negotiations.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTERNATIONAL SECURITY

Catalogue Code: 3RI737
Total Course Hours: 36
Seventh Semester Course

SUMMARY
The main schools of though in International Security and it’s principals applied to International Relations. Assess the different realities of countries, regarding the changes in the International System. The civil-military relations traditional themes and juncture analysis.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
TRANSNATIONAL ENTERPRISES AND FOREIGN DIRECT INVESMENTT

Catalogue Code: 3RI732
Total Course Hours: 36
Seventh Semester Course

SUMMARY
Determinants for transnational companies to invest in some countries after the acceleration of globalization of the world economy. The new parameters of internationalization of the production in world scale and impact on investment decisions that are no longer guided by the domestic consumer market.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

Catalogue Code: 3RI738
Total Course Hours: 36
Seventh Semester Course

SUMMARY
National and international organizations assessed under the strategic context in both fields of human relations and organizational development in accordance to the concepts of: skills, intellectual capital, organizational change, competitiveness and market variation and patterns of work in competitive scenarios.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
CAPSTONE PROJECT II

Catalogue Code: 3RI736
Total Course Hours: 36
Seventh Semester Course

SUMMARY
Tutorial to develop the final course thesis.

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EIGHTH SEMESTER

FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTERNATIONAL FINANCE II

Catalogue Code: 3RI833
Total Course Hours: 36
Eighth Semester Course

SUMMARY
The global capital market. Performance and problems of economic policy. The international financial market and developing countries.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTERNATIONAL ENTERPRISES FINANCE

Catalogue Code: 3RI832
Total Course Hours: 36
Eighth Semester Course

SUMMARY
Organization and functions within both corporate finance and corporate insertion in the international market.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
MULTILATERAL TRADE AGREEMENTS AND DISPUTES

Catalogue Code: 3RI830
Total Course Hours: 36
Eighth Semester Course

SUMMARY
The Organization of international trade under its legal aspect. The functioning of the WTO and the rules governing international trade. GSP and GSCP Instruments.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
PROSPECTIVE ANALYSES

Catalogue Code: 3RI831
Total Course Hours: 36
Eighth Semester Course

SUMMARY
The difficulty of forecasting in International Relations. The methodology of scenarios analysis applied to International Relations. How to deal with uncertainties in International Scenarios. A systemic analysis in international Scenarios.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
ENVIROMENT STUDIES

Catalogue Code: 3RI834
Total Course Hours: 36
Eighth Semester Course

SUMMARY
The main schools of thought in international environmental policy. The events that impact on the global scene. The incorporation of the environmental variable to the world policy. The International organizations and international treaties of environmental character. Emergence and development of the Global Environmental Movement. Actors in International Environmental Scenario.

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FUNDAÇÃO ARMANDO ALVARES PENTEADO
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
CAPSTONE PROJECT III

Catalogue Code: 3RI835
Total Course Hours: 36
Eighth Semester Course

SUMMARY
Tutorial to develop the final course thesis.

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