Graduate career-ready with one of our innovative degrees. After acquiring a Bachelor’s or Licenciate Degree, students are qualified to continue their academic career through Master’s Degree (“mestrado”, in Portuguese, a.k.a. stricto sensu post-graduation) or Specialization Degree (“especialização”, in Portuguese, a.k.a. lato sensu post-graduation) programs.
A master’s degree note 1 (from Latin magister) is an academic degree awarded by universities or colleges upon completion of a course of study demonstrating mastery or a high-order overview of a specific field of study or area of professional practice 1 A master’s degree normally requires previous study at the bachelor’s level, either as a separate degree or as part of an integrated course.
The Bachelor of Tourism Studies (BTS) degree is awarded to those who complete the four- or five-year course of study in tourism, laws regarding tourism, planning and development, marketing, economics, sociology, anthropology, arts and world history (dependent on the country in which one takes the course), ticketing, hospitality, computer applications, and much more.
In the medieval European universities , candidates who had completed three or four years of study in the prescribed texts of the trivium ( grammar , rhetoric and logic ) and the quadrivium ( arithmetic , geometry , astronomy and music ), together known as the Liberal Arts and who had successfully passed examinations held by their master, would be admitted to the degree of Bachelor of Arts , from the Latin baccalaureus, a term previously used of a squire (i.e., apprentice) to a knight Further study and in particular successful participation in and then moderating of disputations would earn one the Master of Arts degree, from the Latin magister , “master” (typically indicating a teacher), entitling one to teach these subjects.
And finally, Architecture & Urban Planning, Business, Dental Hygiene, Education, Information, Pharmacy, Public Health, and Public Policy are upper-level admitting units, meaning they accept applications from students in their freshman or sophomore year and, if admitted, students cross-campus transfer to that unit.