The purpose of the “Complementary Activities” at the Mackenzie Presbyterian University’s Social and Applied Sciences Center is to add to the comprehensive education of students enrolled in the Business Administration, Business Administration with Foreign Trade Emphasis, Economics and Accounting programs. The integration of theoretical knowledge and practice has been one of the distinctive traits of CCSA’s courses, and contributes to a better understanding of learning, research and extension activities. Out-of-classroom activities are becoming increasingly relevant to students’ professional and scientific training, enabling the skills-building, academic careers, and the acquisition of experiences that regular syllabus activities do not address. The Complementary Activities Coordination is governed by Ac t IX of the Mackenzie Presbyterian University’s Rectory and was implemented at CCSA according to the Functions Plan as provided in Attachment I to Rectory Act No. #16/2006.
Tuesdays – 10 a.m. to noon
Wednesdays – 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.