Teaching

Graduation

  • ARA7243 - Introduction to Information and Communication Technologies

    Professor Juarez Bento da Silva, PhD
    Bachelor in Information and Communication Technologies
    Workload: 72h

     

  • ARA7244 - Computer Structure

    Professor Juarez Bento da Silva, PhD.
    Bachelor in Information and Communication Technologies
    Workload: 72h

     

  • ARA7146 - Introduction to Economy at Engineering

    Professor Simone Meister Sommer Bilessimo, PhD
    Bachelor in Energy Engineering
    Workload: 36h

     

  • ARA7202 - Introduction to Economy

    Professor Simone Meister Sommer Bilessimo, PhD
    Bachelor in Information and Communication Technologies
    Workload: 72h

     

  • ARA7212 - Entrepreneurship

    Professor Simone Meister Sommer Bilessimo, PhD
    Bachelor in Information and Communication Technologies
    Workload: 72h

Postgraduate studies

  • TIC410004 - General Systems Theory

    Professor Juarez Bento da Silva, PhD.
    Professor João Bosco da Mota Alves, PhD
    Postgraduate Program in Information and Communication Technologies
    Workload: 45h
    Syllabus: History and direction of TGS. Cartesian and mechanistic conceptions X systemic approach. Components, characteristics, types and systems of classifications. States. Models. Conceptualizations. Decision-making and information process. Methodology for development of information systems

     

  • TIC410001 - Scientific research methodology

    Professor Simone Meister Sommer Bilessimo, PhD
    Postgraduate Program in Information and Communication Technologies
    Workload: 45h

    Syllabus: Science, research and scientific knowledge. Basic sciences, applied science. Research methods and technics. Scientific theories and research validation. Research general methodology. Kinds of research. Scientific paper structure. Project elaboration and research reports.

     

  • EGC 9103 – General Systems Theory

    Professor João Bosco da Mota Alves, PhD
    Postgraduate Program in Engineering and Knowledge Management
    Workload: 45h

    Syllabus: World vision construction. World vision evolution. Systems conception. Systems characteristics. Systems Control e Monitoration. General Systems Theory object. General Systems Theory and interdisciplinarity.