Programme

The Master in Law & Management offers a differentiated case-based learning method, structured around a modular logic that encourages students to focus on each course at a time. Our students should expect this approach to be both innovative and intensive.

 

The practical case studies are developed by the Master's coordinators and professors, with the participation of specialist lawyers and managers from the first-tier firms that have partnered with us.


The Master in Law and Management’s study plan corresponds to 90 ECTS1 credits, and has a duration of three semesters (30 ECTS credits each). The first semester is taught at FDUL (September 2022 to January 2023) and the second at ISEG (February to June 2023). During the first and second semesters, each course is structured into two weeks of classes and one final week of evaluation. In the third semester, students produce a final master's work that may be either a project paper or a scientific dissertation.

1st Semester

30 ECTS

CLASSWORK²


MANDATORY COURSES


  • Corporate Law and Liability - Program

40H

  • Company Taxation

40H

40H

  • Public Sanctioning Law and Compliance - Program

40H

40H


ELECTIVE COURSES (CHOOSE ONE)


  • Competition Law³

40H

  • Environmental Law³

40H

40H

2nd Semester

30 ECTS

CLASSWORK²


PREPARATORY COURSES

  • Mathematical Finance

12H

  • Excel

12H


MANDATORY COURSES

  • Management and Organizational Strategy

40H

  • Leadership, Negotiation, Ethics and Social Responsibility - Program

40H

  • Accounting and Financial Reporting - Program

40H

  • Corporate Finance

40H

  • Mergers, Aquisitions and Corporate Restructuring

40H


ELECTIVE COURSES (CHOOSE ONE)

  • Management Control (Strategic Management Control Systems)

40H

40H

  • Marketing (Marketing of Innovation or New Products or Industrial Marketing) - Program

40H

  • Banking and Financial Markets and Operations ³

40H

3rd Semester

30 ECTS

Final Master Paper (Project Paper or Dissertation)


Additional Programme Information

¹ European Credit Transfer System

² Corresponding to a total of 140 hours of study by students, although faculty members will be available to accompany students and provide tuition.

³ This course will open provided there is a minimum number of students enrolled.