Scientific Methodology

When you discipline offering them of scientific methodology for the graduation courses, the Institutions of Educao Superior (IES) are assisting the pupils to know the types of general methods of inquiry, to understand the beddings metodolgicos and to analyze the stages of the scientific research, to understand the importance of the scientific research in the scope of its future profession and, finally, to initiate the activities of production of research with the elaboration and presentation of its Monograph or Work of Conclusion of Curso (TCC). It has seen the requirements of the world contemporary, became common sense the fact on that a quality monograph does not depend properly on the size, the number of pages or the external presentation. It depends on a characteristic of depth that must be one of the basic criteria, beyond containing new ideas, to be creative, convincing and formulated well. In the scope of the after-graduation (specialization, mestrado and doutorado) importance and the requirements increase, therefore beyond ' ' refrescar' ' the memory, the academic will need to go deep, to argue and to reflect a little more about not only of the methodology, but of the proper process of scientific autonomy. This if makes necessary, a time that the subject of ' ' reproduction instead of the production cientifica' ' it is a problem that worries the majority of the IES in the current days, this in the condemnable initiative of the commercialization of dissertaes and teses. Thus, the after-graduation pupils, for the fact of already having had the experience to produce a TCC, not only need to know the types of general methods of inquiry, but to apply them as the necessity of its studies. Beyond the analysis of the stages of the scientific research during the graduation (choice of the subject, revision of literature, formularization of the problem, construction of hypotheses, etc.), the pupil now will have of being capable to also carry through, the critical analysis of some scientific works in the search of subsidies for its research. If criteria as these will be taken care of, the IES will be able to not only count on pupils, but also on ' ' researchers contribuintes' ' , that when developing its research inside of the lines of direction proposals, will be collaborating with the production and perfectioning of the academic scientific knowledge..