Faculties

Arts, Archtecture, Design & Fashion

Fashion Communication and Production

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months
Career

The course is aimed at graduates in the area of ​​fashion, journalism and communication, and also the business of fashion segment.

Curriculum

1st semester
GLOBAL ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT
BRANDING
MARKETING APPLIED TO FASHION
RESEARCH AND CONSUMER BEHAVIOR
CREATIVE PROCESS
SOCIOLOGY AND FASHION CULTURE

2nd semester
SENSORY ISSUES IN POINT OF SALE (POS)
COMMUNICATION AND APPLIED SEMIOTICS STYLISH
CAREER MANAGEMENT
INTERPRETATION AND MICRO macro trends
FASHION JOURNALISM
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

3rd semester

DIGITAL MEDIA FOR FASHION MARKET
MEDIA IN TRADITIONAL MODA
MONOGRAPH – COMMUNICATION AND FASHION PRODUCTION
PRODUCTION AND FASHION COMMUNICATION

Specialization in Interaction and Innovation Design – Internet of Things

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

Professionals with college degrees, as architects, planners, designers, administrators, managers, analysts, engineers, economists, journalists, marketers, advertisers, technicians, artists, agents of the public sector and other stakeholders in improving cross-disciplinary skills arising Design & Innovation. Also part of the professional audience with experience in executive positions as managers, business managers and consultants who need to deepen their expertise in the area of ​​Design and Innovation, providing more creative approaches.

Curriculum

1 semester:

– People Leadership and Management (EAD)
– Research and Trend Analysis (Coolhunting & Forecasting)
– Presentation of Projects
– Design Thinking
– Art Direction & Branding
– UX Design
– Creativity Lab & Visual Thinking
– Project I: Emotional Innovation

2˚ Semester

– Scientific Research Methodology (EAD)
– Management of New Media (EAD)
– Technology & Innovation Disruptive
– Knowledge management
– Design Management
– Service Design
– Project II: Functional Innovation

3˚ Semester

– Monograph: Design, Creativity & Innovation

Specialization in Music Business

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 12 months Mode: On-site
Career

Graduates in bachelor’s or technological degree in related fields.

TARGET AUDIENCE
The course is aimed at professionals working in the music business, musicians or not, as the phonograph and events sector, and professionals in related fields interested in adding differential values ​​and improve its performance.

Differentials

• Computer labs and classrooms with Internet access.
• Disciplines focused on the acquisition of knowledge that address the proposed objectives, as well as a practical design experimental basis.

CURRICULUM ARCHITECTURE

The course has a curricular architecture that meets the basic needs for specialized professional training that aims to understand and act in the Music Business market.

FACULTY

Composed of the best country’s teachers, most teachers and doctors, formed by leading universities in Brazil and abroad.

Curriculum

Curriculum

1st semester
International Music Market
Market: Trends and Opportunities
People Leadership and Management (EAD)
Music and Society
Management: Touring and Events
Logistics and Financial Planning

2nd semester
Scientific Research Methodology (EAD)
Marketing Personal and Artistic
Legal Aspects of the Music Market
Communication and Digital Media (EAD)
Media Relations and Disclosure
Marketing Insertion Program
Production Chain Music
Monograph – Business of Music

Specialization in Interior Design

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 12 months Mode: On-site
Career

The course is designed to architecture professionals, Interior Design and related fields professionals interested in adding differential values ​​and improve its performance.

Curriculum

Curriculum
1st semester
Man, Space and Objects
History of Design and Style
People Leadership and Management (EAD)
scenographic spaces
Textures for Interior
Trend: Residential Area

 

2nd semester
Scientific Research Methodology (EAD)
Design and Lighting
Environmental Control Systems
Interior Project Management (EAD)
Interior Hospitality
Color for Interior
Interiors: Offices and Shops
Monograph: Interior Design

Illustration, Information and Motion Graphics

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

The course is Aimed at professionals graduated in Graphic Design, Information Design, Digital Design, Game Design, Film & Television, Advertising & Advertising, Radio & TV, Social Communication, Journalism, Photography, Arts and Architecture, and Also, at professionals interested in Improving Their further knowledge in this area.

Curriculum

1st Module
ILLUSTRATION
DIGITAL ILLUSTRATION
MEANS OF PLASTIC REPRESENTATION
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
3D MODELING
PROJECT I – ILLUSTRATION

2nd Module
3D ANIMATION
DESIGN INFORMATION
INFOGRAPHICS – MEANS, MEDIA & LANGUAGES
PROJECT II – INFOGRAPHICS
CONTEMPORARY Theories of COMMUNICATION

 Module 3
EDITING & POST-PRODUCTION
Monograph – ILLUSTRATION, INFORMATION AND MOTION GRAPHICS
MOTION GRAPHICS
PROJECT III – MOTION GRAPHICS
INTEGRATED PROJECT – CONCEPT & IMPLEMENTATION
SCRIPT & STORYBOARD

Master’s Degree in Fashion Business and Retail

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

The course is aimed at professionals or entrepreneurs who work directly or indirectly in operational or managerial activities of the commercial areas of the fashion market companies; entrepreneurs wishing to start their operations in the area of ​​Fashion; teachers who want to deepen their knowledge; graduates who seek to expand opportunities in the labor market.

Curriculum

1st Semester

    Sociology and Fashion Culture
    Research and Consumer Behavior
    branding
    Management of Technology and Textile Production
    Marketing Applied to Fashion
    Creative processes

2nd Semester

    Global Economic Environment
    Micro and macro trends Interpretation
    Research and Collections Planning
    Visual Merchandising
    Career Management
    Applied Finance Stylish

3rd Semester

    International experience
    Retail Organization
    Production and Fashion Communication
    Final Project Planning

Post-Graduation Course in Costume Design

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

Professionals related to the field of fashion and related fields, interested in adding differential values ​​and improve its performance in the field of creation and production of costumes.

Curriculum

1st Semester

– Materials Workshop
– History of Costume
– Anatomical Drawing / Illustration
– Textile Materials
– Scientific Research Methodology

2nd Semester

– Moulage
– Design Surfaces
– Set and Lighting
– Description
– Costume Contemporary

3rd Semester

– Props Workshop
– Special Finishes
– Research and Rationale (TCC)
– Character Creation (CBT)
– Monograph: Costume (TCC)

Post-graduation in Fashion and Sustainability

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

Training in Fashion courses and related fields. Professionals working in the areas of Communication, Production, Marketing, Product, Planning, Commercial and other directly or indirectly related to fashion; incoming entrepreneurs in the fashion market.

Curriculum

1st Semester

– Fashion and Sustainability
– Fashion: Environmental Challenge
– Fashion: Economic Challenge
– Behavior and Consumer Fashion
– Scientific research methodology

 2nd Semester

– Fashion, Ethics and Sustainability
– Innovation in Fashion Industry
– Fashion: Logistics and Sustainability
– Sustainability in Retail Fashion
– Management of Product Fashion
– Fashion and Digital Media

3rd Semester

– Fashion: Organizational Innovation
– Fashion: Innovation in Business Models
– Sustainable Entrepreneurship to Fashion
– Monograph: Fashion and Sustainability

Soundtrack: Composition For Cinema & TV

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

Aimed at musicians and music technologists who have the professional goal of working with musical creation for audiovisual pieces. It is also aimed at professionals already working in the area and wish to deepen their knowledge and technical expertise about creating tracks.

Curriculum

1st semester
Dramatic music and Cinematographic Genres
Counterpoint
Music and Media Interactive
Electronic Music in Soundtrack

2nd semester
Applied composition to Soundtrack: Film Scoring
Composition Rationale
Harmony
Orchestration
Music Technology – Music Notation Software
Musical Technology Applied to Music: Capture and Mixing

3rd semester
Applied composition to the Soundtrack
Monograph – Soundtrack Composition for Film and TV
Soundtrack Project
Musical Technology Applied to Music: Virtual Orchestration

Architecture & Urbanism

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 60 months Mode: On-site
Career

Architecture is the art of Knowing how to rationalize the use of built spaces. Therefore, the architect must be very artistically sensitive, have drawing skills, and the ability to visualize shape, color, texture and light.

The labor market is extensive, offering great opportunities, Particularly for independent professionals. The architect and urban developer graduated by Anhembi Morumbi University will be able to plan and design architecture and urbanism works, as well as coordinate the entire construction process, considering technical factors such as thermal, acoustic and light comfort, structural design, durability, maintenance, economic, cool and environmental parameters.

Curriculum
Subjects
Course series
  • COMMUNICATION
  • ARCHITECTURE DRAWING I
  • ERGONOMICS AND UNIVERSAL DESIGN
  • PROJECT STUDIO I: CITY
  • TECHNOLOGY FOUNDATIONS
  • PROJECT FOUNDATIONS
  • THE HISTORY OF ART
1st Semester
  • ARCHITECTURE DRAWING II
  • PROJECT STUDIO II: UNIT
  • HISTORY OF DESIGN
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
  • INTERIOR DESIGN
  • STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS: RESISTANCE OF MATERIALS
  • TOPOGRAPHY FOR ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM
2nd Semester
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • FURNITURE DESIGN
  • ARCHITECTURE STUDIO: SETS
  • URBANISM STUDIO: Structuring
  • THE HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE I
  • STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS: DESIGN
  • CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGIES
3rd Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • ARCHITECTURE STUDIO: PUBLIC
  • URBANISM STUDIO: requalification
  • THE HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE II
  • MATERIALS AND SUSTAINABILITY
  • LANDSCAPING PROJECT
  • STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS: HEAVY
4th Semester
  • DIGITAL DESIGN
  • ARCHITECTURE STUDIO: SUSTAINABILITY
  • URBANISM STUDIO: VALUATION
  • THE HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE III
  • bioclimatic ARCHITECTURE LAB
  • STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS: LIGHT
  • BUILDING SYSTEMS AND WATER MANAGEMENT
5th SEMESTER
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • ARCHITECTURE STUDIO: SYSTEMS
  • URBANISM STUDIO: RENEWAL
  • THE HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE IV
  • LABORATORY OF ENVIRONMENTAL COMFORT
  • STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS: EXPRESSION
  • BUILDING SYSTEMS AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY
6th Semester
  • ARCHITECTURE STUDIO: CREATION
  • URBANISM STUDIO: Reinvention
  • THE HISTORY OF CITIES
  • SOIL MECHANICS AND FOUNDATIONS FOR ARCHITECTURE
  • Elective I
  • INTEGRATED PROJECT I: ARCHITECTURE & amp; URBANISM
7th Semester
  • BUILDING CERTIFICATION AND ASSESSMENT
  • ARCHITECTURE STUDIO: INTERVENTION
  • URBANISM STUDIO: PRESERVATION
  • Elective II
  • INTEGRATED PROJECT II: ARCHITECTURE & amp; URBANISM
  • RESTORATION AND HERITAGE
8th Semester
  • PARAMETRIC DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE
  • LABOR AND PROFESSIONAL LEGISLATION
  • INTEGRATED PROJECT III: ARCHITECTURE & amp; URBANISM
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN ARCHITECTURE & amp; URBANISM I
  • COURSE FINAL PAPER I
9th SEMESTER
  • Supervised INTERNSHIP
  • DIGITAL AND PHYSICAL TEMPLATES FOR ARCHITECTURE
  • INTEGRATED PROJECT IV: ARCHITECTURE & amp; URBANISM
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM II
  • WORK FINAL GRADUATION II
10th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Dance

Course type: Bachelor's degree|Licensure Duration: 42 months Mode: On-site
Career

Opportunities are expanding annually, BOTH in Brazil and abroad, for professional work in areas related to artistic and cultural research, production, training and dissemination, through events, public and private cultural programs, award notices and laws sponsoring culture. Simultaneously, the new National Education Bases and Guidelines Law guarantees space for dance in the basic education syllabus, in the area destined to arts.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • Anatomical Kinesiology
  • Communication
  • Body Laboratory: Somatic Studies
  • Body representations in the Arts
  • Dance Techniques: Perception
1st Semester
  • Body History Laboratory
  • Scientific Methodology
  • Optional I
  • Psychology of Learning
  • Dance Techniques: Research
2nd Semester
  • Human and Social Development
  • Music and Dance Elements
  • Body Lab: Movement Studies
  • Planning and Educational Policy
  • Dance Techniques: Analysis
3rd Semester
  • Anthropology and Brazilian Culture
  • Teaching
  • Improvisation
  • Pedagogical Practices in Dance
  • Dance Techniques: Kinetic Studies I
  • Dance Theory
4th Semester
  • Contemporary Challenges
  • Drama Dance
  • Supervised Internship Degree I: Theater
  • Practices in Choreographic Composition
  • Dance Techniques: Kinetic Studies II
5th SEMESTER
  • Bachelor Supervised Internship II: Theater
  • Dance Teaching Methodology
  • Option II
  • Teaching Practices: Children and Adolescents
  • Practices in Dance: Dynamics of Motion
  • Experimental Installation Project
6th Semester
  • Visual Sound Elements and spectacle
  • Supervised Internship Degree III: Theater
  • Mount Scenic: TCC Bachelor
  • scene Poetics
  • Practices in Dance: Preparation of Scenic Body
7th Semester
  • Bachelor Supervised Internship IV: Dance
  • pounds
  • Teaching Practices: Dance for Special Communities
  • Teaching Practices: Project Dance Art Education
  • Work Course Conclusion: Degree Dance
8th Semester
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Animation Design

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

In Anhembi Morumbi, you will be encouraged to experience professional practice from the beginning of the course. The available infrastructure is one of the most advanced in the country, with specific laboratories and studios for the development of various animation techniques.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • Acting: Animation Theater Forms
  • Communication
  • Anatomy and Environment Design
  • Design Fundamentals Animation
  • History and Principles of Animation
1st Semester
  • History of Art and Design
  • Software Laboratory Graph
  • Scientific Methodology
  • Graphic Representation
  • Script and Storyboard
2nd Semester
  • Classical Animation
  • Human and Social Development
  • Character Design
  • Sound Design Animation
  • Three-dimensional Expression
  • Projetual Methodology
  • Integrated Project I: Animation Design
3rd Semester
  • 2D Digital Animation
  • Anthropology and Brazilian Culture
  • Digital Illustration
  • 3D Modeling
  • Integrated Project II: Animation Design
4th Semester
  • Contemporary Challenges
  • audiovisual media Language
  • Rigging
  • Stop Motion
  • Integrated Project III: Animation Design
5th SEMESTER
  • 3D Animation
  • Animation Art Direction
  • Ergonomic
  • 3D rendering
  • videographism and Special Effects
  • Integrated Project IV: Animation Design
6th Semester
  • Animation Design Management
  • Optional I
  • Special Topics in Design
  • TCC: Animation Design I
7th Semester
  • Animation Workshop
  • Option II
  • TCC: Animation Design II
  • Supervised Internship
8th Semester
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Game Design

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

Brazil has slightly more than 50 companies in the field of electronic games. With the expanding market today, these companies suffer from the difficulty of finding professionals specializing in the creation and production of games and many of them need to invest in training and professional training. Therefore, the game designer has a promising labor market ahead, due to the shortage of skilled professionals in the area.

There is a wide working area Within the Game Design market, and the opportunities are concentrated in video game industries, game development companies, design offices, digital media agencies or offices, and animation studios.

Curriculum
Subjects
Course series
  • COMMUNICATION
  • DRAWING
  • DESIGN OF ANALOG GAMES
  • DESIGN GROUNDS FOR GAMES
  • GRAPHIC IMAGE AND DIGITAL
  • GAME PRINCIPLES
1st Semester
  • GAME DESIGN: CREATION AND DOCUMENTATION
  • CHARACTER DESIGN
  • DESIGN PUZZLE
  • SOUND DESIGN FOR GAMES
  • INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING FOR GAMES
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
  • PRINCIPLES OF ANIMATION
2nd Semester
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • GAME DESIGN: 2D GAMES
  • ILLUSTRATION ON GAMES OF DESIGN
  • LEVEL DESIGN
  • PROGRAMMING FOR GAMES 2D
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: GAMES DESIGN
  • GRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION
3rd Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • BALANCING AND PROGRESSION FOR GAMES
  • GAME DESIGN: SERIOUS GAMES
  • INTERACTION DESIGN
  • THE HISTORY OF ART AND DESIGN
  • 3D MODELING FOR GAMES
  • APPLIED PROGRAMMING
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: GAMES DESIGN
4th Semester
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • GAME DESIGN: 3D ENVIRONMENTS
  • ART DIRECTION FOR GAMES
  • PROJECT METHODOLOGY
  • MODELING AND RIGGING
  • PROGRAMMING FOR GAMES 3D
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN III: GAMES DESIGN
5th SEMESTER
  • ANIMATION OF 3D CHARACTERS
  • DEVELOPMENT FOR GAMES 3D
  • GAME DESIGN: Transmedia
  • INTERFACE DESIGN
  • ERGONOMICS
  • AUDIO DESIGN PROJECT
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN IV: GAMES DESIGN
6th Semester
  • GAME CULTURE
  • GAMES DESIGN MANAGEMENT
  • Elective I
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN DESIGN
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK I: GAMES DESIGN
7th Semester
  • SUPERVISED: GAMES DESIGN
  • PRODUCTION LAB
  • MARKETING GAMES
  • Elective II
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK II: GAMES DESIGN
  • ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG
8th Semester
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Interior Design (Technologist)

Course type: Technologist Duration: 24 months Mode: On-site
Career

The interior design job market is heated and is very selective. In search of greater productivity and quality of working life, companies are modernizing their facilities and hiring designers services.

This professional, and planned commercial, residential spaces, is for temporary use, such as villas or beach, or housing, indicates materials, equipment and accessories for a better benefit-cost ratio, think of the welfare of the client , your nearest group, society and the planet.

Curriculum
Subjects
Course series
  • SPACE COMPOSITION, FORM AND COLOR
  • COMMUNICATION
  • TECHNICAL DRAWING I
  • FURNITURE DESIGN
  • ERGONOMICS AND UNIVERSAL DESIGN
  • THE HISTORY OF ART
  • MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGIES I
1st Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • SCENOGRAPHY
  • ENVIRONMENTAL COMFORT
  • TECHNICAL DRAWING II
  • RESIDENTIAL INTERIOR DESIGN
  • HISTORY OF DESIGN
  • MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGIES II
2nd Semester
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • DIGITAL DESIGN
  • INTERIOR DESIGN COMMERCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL
  • EPHEMERAL FACILITIES AND INTERACTIVE
  • DESIGN LIGHTING
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: INTERIOR DESIGN
3rd Semester
  • DESIGN AND SUSTAINABILITY
  • MANAGEMENT IN INTERIOR DESIGN
  • elective
  • LANDSCAPING FOR INTERIOR DESIGN
  • PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
  • EXECUTIVE PROJECT IN INTERIOR DESIGN
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: INTERIOR DESIGN
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN INTERIOR DESIGN
4th Semester
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Fashion Design

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

There is great growth market for the fashion designer, since the demand for products related to the fashion world has grown steadily in recent years. Despite his personal experiences serve as references for their creations, these professionals must overcome the limits of the fashion world and delve into research in various areas of global way.

Curriculum
Subjects
Course series
  • COMMUNICATION
  • FASHION DESIGN BASICS
  • THE HISTORY OF ART AND DESIGN
  • GRAPHIC IMAGE AND DIGITAL FASHION
  • VISUAL LANGUAGE fashionable
1st Semester
  • NOTE DRAWING
  • FASHION DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY TEXTILE
  • FASHION HISTORY
  • TEXTILE MATERIALS
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
2nd Semester
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • FASHION AND COMPANY DESIGN
  • ERGONOMICS
  • FASHION PHOTOGRAPHY
  • FASHION ILLUSTRATION
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: FASHION DESIGN
3rd Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • FASHION AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE OF DESIGN
  • PROJECT METHODOLOGY
  • MODELING BASIC
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: FASHION DESIGN
  • GRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION
4th Semester
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • FASHION DESIGN MANAGEMENT
  • FASHION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
  • MODELING THREE-DIMENSIONAL
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN III: FASHION DESIGN
5th SEMESTER
  • FASHION DESIGN AND SOCIAL INCLUSION
  • FASHION TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION
  • STRATEGIES FOR DESIGN
  • FASHION IMAGE BACKGROUND
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN IV: FASHION DESIGN
6th Semester
  • FASHION DESIGN LAB
  • Elective I
  • EDITORIAL PRODUCTION
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN DESIGN
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK I: FASHION DESIGN
7th Semester
  • ART DIRECTION IN FASHION
  • SUPERVISED: FASHION DESIGN
  • FASHION DESIGN WORKSHOP
  • Elective II
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK II: FASHION DESIGN
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Digital Design

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

The Market Design Brazilian Digital can be translated by the numbers of “Internet Growth” (Users and transmission rates), the follow-up “Digital Market” (Electronic-Digital Trade), the “Products and Services” segment (Products and Digital Services , Applications, Social Networks) and the segment “Digital Media” (Media and Media Communication).

The participation of the Brazilian Creative Industry in GDP (%) has grown around 6.5%, the course is theoretical-practical and covers topics such as Internet of Things (IoT), Interactive Digital Television (iDTV), Motion Graphics, Big Data , User Experience (UX), User Interface (UI) Design Thinking, Model Canvas, Video Mapping, gamification, Interactive Application Development for Tablet and Smartphone, Digital Marketing, Website Creation, among others.

Curriculum
Subjects
Course series
  • COMMUNICATION
  • FOUNDATIONS OF DIGITAL DESIGN
  • GRAPHIC IMAGE AND DIGITAL
  • VISUAL LANGUAGE DIGITAL DESIGN
  • LOGIC AND PROGRAMMING ENVIRONMENTS
1st Semester
  • INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE
  • DATABASE
  • THE HISTORY OF ART AND DESIGN
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
  • DIGITAL PROGRAMMING INTERFACE
2nd Semester
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • SOUND DESIGN
  • DIGITAL MEDIA AND MEANS
  • PROGRAMMING: BACK-END
  • INTEGRATED PROJECT I: DIGITAL DESIGN
3rd Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • ERGONOMICS
  • CINEMA AND LABORATORY TVI
  • narratives IN DIGITAL MEDIA AND MEANS
  • PROGRAMMING – FRONT-END
  • INTEGRATED PROJECT II: DIGITAL DESIGN
4th Semester
  • BEHAVIOR AND cyberculture
  • MOBILE COMPUTING
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
  • PROJECT METHODOLOGY
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN III: DIGITAL DESIGN
5th SEMESTER
  • ASSESSMENT OF INTERACTIVE SYSTEMS
  • PHYSICAL INTERFACE LABORATORIES
  • MOBILITY AND TRANSLATION LABORATORY
  • INTEGRATED PROJECT IV: DIGITAL DESIGN
  • Theories of interactivity AND NETWORKS
  • DIGITAL TYPOGRAPHY
6th Semester
  • DESIGN STRATEGIC
  • INTERFACE, NAVIGATION AND INTERACTION
  • Elective I
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN DESIGN
  • COURSE FINAL PAPER I: DIGITAL DESIGN
7th Semester
  • ART DIRECTION IN DIGITAL DESIGN
  • Supervised INTERNSHIP: DIGITAL DESIGN
  • DIGITAL DESIGN MANAGEMENT
  • Elective II
  • COURSE FINAL PAPER II: DIGITAL DESIGN
8th Semester
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Graphic Design

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

Graphic designers graphically interpret an idea or set of information. Today, there is greater awareness of the importance of this professional to move sales and become a company or a brand known in a world where image is more and more an instrument of communication. There is plenty of room in the market for creative, well-trained professionals, with willingness to spend and desire to grow in the profession.

Curriculum
Subjects
Course series
  • COMMUNICATION
  • GRAPHIC DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS
  • IMAGE AND DIGITAL GRAPHIC: GRAPHIC DESIGN
  • INTRODUCTION TO TYPOGRAPHY
  • VISUAL LANGUAGE: GRAPHIC DESIGN
  • IMAGE PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
1st Semester
  • DESIGN VISUAL IDENTITY
  • THE HISTORY OF ART AND DESIGN
  • LANGUAGES IN MEDIA AND DIGITAL MEDIA
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
  • BRAND VISUAL SYSTEM
  • COLOR THEORY AND PRACTICE
2nd Semester
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • DESIGN INFORMATION: INFOGRAPHY
  • DESIGN EDITORIAL JOURNAL
  • PHOTO
  • EDITORIAL PRODUCTION JOURNAL
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: GRAPHIC DESIGN
  • TECHNOLOGIES AND PROCESSES GRAPHICS
3rd Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • GRAPHIC DESIGN: ENVIRONMENTAL
  • ERGONOMICS
  • PROJECT METHODOLOGY
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: GRAPHIC DESIGN
  • GRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION
  • SIGNALING SYSTEMS
4th Semester
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • PACKAGING DESIGN
  • SUSTAINABLE DESIGN
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN III: GRAPHIC DESIGN
  • TIPOGRAFIA
5th SEMESTER
  • LETTERS DRAWING: LETTERING
  • DESIGN EDITORIAL BOOKS
  • Elective I
  • EDITORIAL PRODUCTION OF BOOKS
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN IV: GRAPHIC DESIGN
6th Semester
  • GRAPHIC DESIGN MANAGEMENT
  • Elective II
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN DESIGN
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK I: GRAPHIC DESIGN
7th Semester
  • ART DIRECTION IN GRAPHIC DESIGN
  • SUPERVISED: GRAPHIC DESIGN
  • WORKSHOP typographical CREATION
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK II: GRAPHIC DESIGN
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Fashion Business

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

Students formed in the course of Fashion Business have a vast horizon of action, because today, the fashion is used as a differential for the most diverse areas. The sectors of marketing and development department stores and e-commerce fashion company, and devoted national brands are major employers of graduates. The industries of Textile Chain have a broad absorption in the areas of marketing and development of new product lines.

Curriculum
Subjects
Course series
  • COMMUNICATION
  • FASHION AND SUSTAINABILITY CULTURE
  • THE HISTORY OF ART AND DESIGN
  • GRAPHIC IMAGE AND DIGITAL FASHION
  • VISUAL LANGUAGE fashionable
1st Semester
  • Economy
  • FASHION HISTORY
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
  • FASHION AND INNOVATION
  • TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY
2nd Semester
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • MARKETING APPLIED TO FASHION
  • FASHION AND MARKET
  • FASHION AND SOCIETY
  • BOARD OF MODELS
  • I INTEGRATED DESIGN MODA OF BUSINESS
3rd Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • FASHION RETAIL MANAGEMENT
  • FASHION AND BRANDING
  • FASHION MARKET RESEARCH
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II MODA OF BUSINESS
  • VISUAL MERCHANDISING
4th Semester
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • FASHION PRODUCT MANAGEMENT
  • FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
  • FASHION AND CREATIVE ECONOMY
  • PRODUCTION PROCESSES fashionable
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN III MODA OF BUSINESS
5th SEMESTER
  • FASHION COMMUNICATION INTEGRATED
  • BUSINESS STRATEGY
  • LAW AND TECHNICAL STANDARDS IN FASHION
  • FASHION AND SOCIAL INCLUSION
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN IV MODA OF BUSINESS
6th Semester
  • Elective I
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN MODA I
  • course completion WORK I MODA OF BUSINESS
7th Semester
  • SUPERVISED: FASHION BUSINESS
  • Elective II
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN MODA II
  • course completion WORK II MODA OF BUSINESS
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Phonographic Production – Production of Electronic Music (Technologist)

Course type: Technologist Duration: 24 months Mode: On-site
Career

The popularization of electronic music has opened space for DJs in places where before there had professionals with this qualification. Today, parties and electronic music clubs make room for new talent, which creates opportunities where professionals can show their competence. So, are invited to create trails of fashion shows, film, television, video art, audioesculturas and all forms of media art possible.

Curriculum
Subjects
Course series
  • ASSESSMENT AND ELECTRONIC MUSIC HISTORY
  • COMMUNICATION
  • MUSICAL PERCEPTION
  • TECHNIQUES DJing
  • AUDIO TECHNOLOGY
  • TECHNOLOGY MIDI
1st Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • CAPTURE AND AUDIO RECORDING
  • PRACTICAL MUSICAL keyboards
  • SONORA SUMMARY
  • PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES ELECTRONIC MUSICAL
  • MUSICAL THEORY
2nd Semester
  • MUSICAL COMPOSITION AND FORM
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • MIXING AND MUSICAL EDITION
  • SOUND PRODUCTION FOR AUDIOVISUAL
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: ELECTRONIC MUSIC
  • SOUNDTRACK
3rd Semester
  • MUSICAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT
  • LAW AND COPYRIGHT
  • elective
  • PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: ELECTRONIC MUSIC
  • LIVE TECHNIQUES ACT
  • TECHNIQUES Mastering
4th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Phonographic Production – Music Production (Technologist)

Course type: Technologist Duration: 24 months Mode: On-site
Career

The labor market for the music producer is promising because there is a growing demand for qualified professionals in the field of music technology. This professional can act both on shows live and in the recording industry and music creation (commercial and artistic). To stand out in the market, the producer need to have global view of product and marketing, in addition to the musical knowledge.

Curriculum
Subjects
Course series
  • COMMUNICATION
  • HISTORY AND SONG OF CREATION
  • LANGUAGE OF ELECTRONIC MUSIC
  • MUSIC AND POP CULTURE
  • MUSICAL PERCEPTION
  • AUDIO PRODUCTION
  • DIGITAL AUDIO SYSTEMS
1st Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • CAPTURE AND AUDIO RECORDING
  • READING AND WRITING MUSICAL
  • MUSIC AND IMAGE
  • SOUND DESIGN PRE & POST-PRODUCTION
  • EVENTS SOUNDING
2nd Semester
  • ACOUSTIC
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • STRUCTURES MUSICAL
  • MIXING AND MUSICAL EDITION
  • PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: MUSICAL PRODUCTION
3rd Semester
  • ARRANGEMENT AND MUSICAL ANALYSIS
  • MUSICAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT
  • Mastering
  • POPULAR MUSIC OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
  • elective
  • PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
  • SOUND PRODUCTION FOR AUDIOVISUAL
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: MUSICAL PRODUCTION
4th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Acting

Course type: Bachelor's degree|Licensure Duration: 42 months Mode: On-site
Career

The market for this business is large especially when we think of the cultural movement of the city of São Paulo that prepares professionals to work anywhere in the world. The actor can act in film, television, advertising agencies and motivational advisory for companies, among others. Also Professor of Theater-Education works with the educational and social projects, serving children, adolescents and members of the 3rd age enabling the citizen and art integration.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • Communication
  • Body Awareness
  • of Vocal Expression Basics
  • Interpretation Basics
  • Pedagogical Practices Lab: Dramatic Game
1st Semester
  • Communication Studies: Movement Exploration
  • Vocal Expression
  • Scientific Methodology
  • Experimental Project I: Theater
  • Psychology of Learning
2nd Semester
  • Body Workshop and Voice
  • Human and Social Development
  • Teaching
  • Interpretation I
  • Optional I
  • Theater Theories
3rd Semester
  • Anthropology and Brazilian Culture
  • Movement Studies
  • Option II
  • Planning and Educational Policy
  • Experimental Project II: Theater
  • Contemporary Theater Theories
4th Semester
  • Contemporary Challenges
  • Supervised Internship Degree I: Theater
  • Interpretation II
  • Teaching Laboratory: Spectacle Aesthetics
  • Body Techniques
5th SEMESTER
  • Bachelor Supervised Internship II: Theater
  • pounds
  • Theater Education Pedagogy
  • Teaching Practice in Theater Arts I
  • Theatrical Interpretation Project
6th Semester
  • Supervised Internship Degree III: Theater
  • Test Practice
  • Teaching Practice in Theater Arts II
  • Interpretation Practice
  • Work Course Conclusion: Bachelor
7th Semester
  • Bachelor Supervised Internship IV: Theater
  • Performing Arts in Teaching Practice III
  • Theater Education: School of Arts and Society
  • Work Course Conclusion: Bachelor
8th Semester
Complementary activities throughout the course

Business

MBA in Supply Chain

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

The course is designed for graduates in Bachelor’s courses or technological degree in related fields, as well as:

    Professionals involved in the area of ​​Logistics, Marketing, Administration, Advertising, Foreign Trade, Finance, and who wish to work in this area;
    Professionals seeking to assume managerial positions in various organizations (services, retail and industry);
    Entrepreneurs in various segments that need this knowledge to apply in their business;
    Managers who want to delve into logistics concepts;
    Professional logistics and distribution seeking to evolve in the commercial career through training and titration in the supply chain area;
    Managers who wish to deepen in supply chain management concepts.

Curriculum
Fundamental Core Filmography Subjects common to all MBA courses *

Marketing management People management Strategic Management Financial management Methodology of scientific research (online)
Core Filmography
intermediate Filmography
Preparatory courses for specialization

Information management and new technologies International Logistics Trading logistics systems planning
Specific Core Filmography
Disciplines of specialization Filmography
in the

Audit and logistic control Leadership in practice Cost optimization in the supply chain Social Responsibility Emerging topics in logistics
Monograph – Supply chain

Specialization in Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) – Online

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: Distance Learning
Career

The course of specialization in Project Management and Portfolios offered by EAD Laureate uses the most modern methodology in distance education to prepare those who want to exercise the executive function projects or PMO.

Curriculum

No. Discipline CH
1

Strategy Management

32

Information Technology Management

32

Control and Project Learning< / td>

32

Solutions and Tools for Project Management and Portfolio

32

Option 1

32
2

Entrepreneurship

32

People and Leadership Management

32

Scientific Methodology

40

Project organization

32

Project Planning

32

Option 2

32
3

Work Course Conclusion

40
Total Curriculum 400

Marketing Specialization

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

The EAD Laureate created the postgraduate degree in Marketing for you working or want to work in the area but need to specialize and do not have much time in your day to day.

Curriculum

No. Discipline CH
1

Strategy Management

32

Information Technology Management

32

Relationship Marketing

32

Brand Management

32

Option 1

32
2

Entrepreneurship

32

People and Leadership Management

32

Scientific Methodology

40

communication and Digital Media

32

Marketing and Sales Management

32

Option 2

32
3

Completion Work Course

40
Total Curriculum 400< / td>

Specialization in Human Resources – online

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: Distance Learning
Career

If you wish to acquire knowledge to work strategically in people management organizations in any industry or size, the specialization course in Human Resources offered by EAD Laureate is for you.

Curriculum

No. Discipline CH
1

Strategy Management

32

Information Technology Management

32

Labor Legislation

32

Management Skills and Performance

32

Option 1

32
2

Entrepreneurship

32

People and Leadership Management

32

Scientific Methodology

40

Strategic Policy Human Resources

32

Recruitment, Selection and Retention

32

Option 2

32
3

Work Course Conclusion

40
Total curriculum 400

Enterprise management

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: Distance Learning
Career

The specialization course in Management offered by EAD Laureate uses the most modern methodology in distance education to prepare professionals that aims to develop a holistic view on the management of an organization, forming it as a multi-specialist acting ethically, sustainable, entrepreneurial and citizen posture.

Curriculum

No. Discipline CH
1

Strategy Management

32

Information Management Technology

32

Business Process of Management< / td>

32

Innovation Management

32

Option 1

32
2

Entrepreneurship

32

People and Leadership Management

32

Scientific Methodology

40

Marketing Management and Sales

32

Globalization and Internationalization

32

Option 2

32
3

Work Course Conclusion

40
Total Curriculum 400

MBA in Business Management

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

    Graduates in bachelor’s or technological degree in related fields.
    Professionals who are not graduated or in Business Management who seek academic recycling;
    Professionals who are not graduated in Business Management who wish to specialize in this area;
    Managers who wish to further expand Their Business Administration and concepts;
    Entrepreneurs who wish to manage Their Own business with excellence.

Curriculum
Fundamental Core Filmography Subjects common to all MBA courses *

Marketing management People management Strategic Management Financial management Methodology of scientific research (online)
Core Filmography
intermediate Filmography
Preparatory courses for specialization

Business communication Quality, logistics and operations management Trading Business plan
Specific Core Filmography
Disciplines of specialization Filmography
in the

International management and foreign trade Leadership in practice Social Responsibility Management models and business environment Sales planning and management
Monograph – Business Management

MBA in Project Management

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

    Graduates in bachelor’s or technological degree in related fields.
    Professionals in the fields of Engineering, Information Technology, Architecture, Business Administration, Marketing and related areas.
    Managers interested in improving the concept in management of corporate projects;
    Graduates who seek to expand opportunities in the labor market;
    Professionals in general that idealize embrace new opportunities in projects that experience;
    recent college graduates and / or early-stage to aspiring project managers positions; teachers who want to deepen their knowledge in project management.

Curriculum
Fundamental Core Filmography Subjects common to all MBA courses *

Marketing management People management Strategic Management Financial management Methodology of scientific research (online)
Core Filmography
intermediate Filmography
Preparatory courses for specialization

Information management and new technologies Strategic management projects, quality Maturity management Business plan Project Management Processes
Specific Core Filmography
Disciplines of specialization Filmography
in the

Tools and software projects Risk management Leadership in practice Social Responsibility Project office (project management office)
Monograph – Project Management

MBA in Accounting and Tax Management

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

    Graduates in bachelor’s or technological degree in related fields.
    graduates involved with the areas of Accounting, Business Administration, Law or other, and who wish to deepen their knowledge in accounting and tax management;
    • Professionals in early career seeking to assume managerial positions;
    • Entrepreneurs from various sectors that require understanding of accounting and tax concepts to apply to your business;
    • Managers who wish to delve into concepts of accounting and tax management.

Curriculum
Fundamental Core Filmography Subjects common to all MBA courses *

Marketing management People management Strategic Management Financial management Methodology of scientific research (online)
Core Filmography
intermediate Filmography
Preparatory courses for specialization

Corporate Accounting Tax Law Management taxes and contributions on income of legal entities and simplified taxation tax management and controlling
Specific Core Filmography
Disciplines of specialization Filmography
in the

tax accounting and bookkeeping digital Management of other taxes: on assets, financial transactions and trade Management taxes on production, movement of goods and services Special Topics tax planning
Monograph – Tax Management and Accounting

MBA in Marketing & Sales

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

    Graduates in bachelor’s or technological degree in related fields.
    Professionals involved in Marketing, Management, Advertising, Trade, Finance, Design, Architecture, Law and who wish to work in this area;
    Professionals who aim to assume managerial positions in various organizations (services, retail, industry and third sector);
    Entrepreneurs in various segments that need this knowledge to apply in their business;
    Managers who want to delve into concepts of Marketing and Sales;
    sales professionals looking to evolve in the commercial career through training and titling in sales;
    Managers who want to delve into sales management concepts;

Curriculum
Fundamental Core Filmography Subjects common to all MBA courses *

Marketing management People management Strategic Management Financial management Methodology of scientific research (online)
Core Filmography
intermediate Filmography
Preparatory courses for specialization

purchase and consumption behavior Business communication Trading Business plan
Specific Core Filmography
Disciplines of specialization Filmography
in the

tags Management Leadership in practice Sales planning and management Social Responsibility Emerging Topics in marketing
Monograph – Marketing and sales

MBA in Human Resources

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

• Graduates in bachelor’s or technological degree in related fields.
• Professionals with a degree in any field of knowledge who are interested in developing personal and professional skills focused on the functional area of ​​Human Resources and seek skills to lead people;
• Professionals who wish to join in the Human Resources and entrepreneurs who want to harness the full potential of the human capital of their business.

Curriculum
Fundamental Core Filmography Subjects common to all MBA courses *

Marketing management People management Strategic Management Financial management Methodology of scientific research (online)
Core Filmography
intermediate Filmography
Preparatory courses for specialization

Business communication Information management and new technologies Trading Planning, recruitment and selection
Specific Core Filmography
Disciplines of specialization Filmography
in the

Concepts and leadership styles Leadership in practice Remuneration and performance of people Social Responsibility Technical training and development of people
Monograph – Human Resources

MBA in Foreign Relations

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

    Graduates in bachelor’s or technological degree in related fields.
    Professionals involved in the area of ​​Administration, International Business, International Business, Law, Finance, Journalism, Marketing and other areas that require understanding and deepening of international relations in its multiple dimensions;
    Professionals who aim to take positions involving decision making and analysis of political and economic scenarios;
    Professionals who deal with issues and technical matters relating to international and needing more established training in International Relations Department;
    Foreign Trade professionals seeking to evolve in the commercial career through an analytical instrument and titration in the International Relations Department;
    Managers who wish to deepen in international negotiations;
    Professionals working in the area of ​​specialized consultants and who are increasingly exposed to international environment and its facets.

Curriculum
Fundamental Core Filmography Subjects common to all MBA courses *

Marketing management People management Strategic Management Financial management Methodology of scientific research (online)
Core Filmography
intermediate Filmography
Preparatory courses for specialization

foreign policy analysis approaches Economy international policy Business Internationalization Foreign Trade Policy
Specific Core Filmography
Disciplines of specialization Filmography
in the

Situation and analysis of international politics Brazilian international insertion Trading and contemporary international conflicts International Negotiations in practice
Monograph – International Relations

Marketing

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

Due to its scope, the labor market for the professional in Marketing is BOTH comprehensive and promising. The area has shown a lot of growth due to the Increased competition, the maturity and the dynamism and Brazilian industry Consumers are going through.

The professional in this area is Responsible for studying the market in order to identify opportunities, Facilitate and promote the image of BOTH the company and the products and services it offers, manage the company sales and propose promotional policies in the public or the private sector, as well as in the third sector.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • Communication and Expression
  • Philosophy
  • Foundations of Mathematics
  • Marketing Management
  • Administrative Templates
  • Integrated Project I: Marketing
1st Semester
  • Human and Social Development
  • English I
  • Digital Marketing
  • Advanced Mathematics
  • Integrated Project II: Marketing
  • Targeting and Positioning
  • Negotiation Techniques
2nd Semester
  • Anthropology and Brazilian Culture
  • Communication Strategies and Media Planning
  • English II
  • Market Research and Statistics
  • Right Principles
  • Integrated Project III: Marketing
  • Advertising, Advertising and Direct Marketing
3rd Semester
  • Purchase and Consumption Behavior
  • Consumer Law
  • Economy
  • English III
  • Marketing and Social Services
  • Methodology – Science and Technical Standards
  • Integrated Project IV: Marketing
4th Semester
  • Communication and Event Management
  • Costs and Budgets
  • Development of New Products and Brands
  • Entrepreneurship and Sustainability
  • People Management
  • English IV
  • Integrated Project V: Marketing
5th SEMESTER
  • Entrepreneurship and Action
  • Business Strategy
  • Environmental Management
  • Processes and Operations Management
  • Financial Management and Investment Analysis
  • Integrated Project VI: Marketing
6th Semester
  • Diagnosis and Management Consulting
  • marketing strategies
  • Business Integrated Logistics
  • Optional I
  • Completion Project Course: Marketing
  • Integrated Project VII: Marketing
7th Semester
  • Internship
  • International Marketing
  • Option II
  • Sales Planning and After Sales
  • Marketing Special Topics
  • Work Course Conclusion: Marketing
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Marketing (Technologist)

Course type: Technologist Duration: 24 months Mode: Semipresencial, Presencial, À Distância
Career

Professional Marketing is responsible for studying the market to identify opportunities, facilitate and promote the image of both the company and the offered products and services, manage the sales of a company and propose promotional policies, whether in the private, public or third sector .

Therefore, when you graduate, you’ll be able to:

    Work in specific agencies, such as Merchandising, Digital Marketing, Sports Marketing, Sales Promotion or other integrated medium;
    Work in companies from the various activity branches from the public, private and third sector in Strategic Management, Sales Management, Marketing, and other sectors Involving the relationship with the consumer market;
    Work in research institutes, audio and video producers, communications agencies, digital or printed area suppliers, as well as in NGOs;
    Work in the academic area, in universities and research institutes.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
1st Semester
  • Communication
  • Management Accounting
  • Economy
  • Marketing Management
  • Administrative Templates
2nd Semester
  • Anthropology and Brazilian Culture
  • Branding
  • B2B and Logistics
  • marketing strategies
  • People Management
3rd Semester
  • Purchase and Consumption Behavior
  • Consumer Law
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Integrated Project I: Marketing Technology – Marketing and Sales Management
  • System Management Information
4th Semester
  • Supervised Internship: Marketing Technology
  • Sales and Relationship Strategies
  • Management of New Media
  • Optional
  • Integrated Project II: Marketing Technology – Marketing and Sales Management
  • Special Topics in Marketing
  • ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Managerial Processes (Technologist)

Course type: Technologist Duration: 24 months Mode: Semipresencial, À Distância
Career

Many entrepreneurs need to systematize their knowledge of management processes at the strategic, tactical and operational levels. Therefore, there is growing demand for professionals with strategic vision and integrated business.

Therefore, the course of Managerial Processes Anhembi Morumbi prepares you to identify opportunities in emerging businesses, and to implement appropriate technical and planning tools, finance, marketing, sales, innovation and strategy directed to the management of private or public organizations.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
  • COMMUNICATION
  • GENERAL ACCOUNTING
  • STATISTICS FOR MANAGERS
  • BOARD OF MODELS
1st Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • SALES STRATEGIES, DISTRIBUTION AND LOGISTICS
  • MARKETING MANAGEMENT
  • PROJECT MANAGEMENT
  • INTRODUCTION CORPORATE FINANCE
2nd Semester
  • INVESTMENT ANALYSIS
  • LAW AND TAX LAW
  • ENTREPRENEURSHIP
  • OPERATIONS AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: MANAGEMENT PROCESSES
3rd Semester
  • PEOPLE MANAGEMENT
  • MAPPING AND PROCESS MANAGEMENT
  • elective
  • TRADING PRACTICES
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: PRCESSOS MANAGEMENT
4th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Foreign Relations

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-line
Career

With globalization, the internationalization of the economy and companies, both in politics and in business, the internationalist has been quite required to mediate situations political, economic and trade involving different international actors: States, companies, international organizations, non Organizations International government.

The external projection of the country to the intermediate country condition and leader of relevant political coalitions such as the G-20, BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) and IBSA Initiative (India, Brazil and South Africa), as well increase in Brazilian exchanges with the outside, makes the IR professional increasingly valued.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • Political Science
  • Communication
  • Economy
  • Statistics
  • International Policy
  • Right Principles
1st Semester
  • Human and Social Development
  • Brazilian Economy
  • History of International Relations I
  • English I
  • Integrated Project I: International Relations
  • Relations Theory International I
2nd Semester
  • International Law
  • History of International Relations II
  • English II
  • Scientific Methodology
  • Integrated Project II: International Relations
  • Relations Theory International II
3rd Semester
  • Anthropology and Brazilian Culture
  • English III
  • Brazilian Political Institutions
  • Regional Integration
  • Integrated Project III: International Relations
  • Security and Conflict International
4th Semester
  • Contemporary Challenges
  • The International Trade Law
  • International Political Economy
  • English IV
  • International Organizations and Regimes
  • Integrated Project IV: International Relations
5th SEMESTER
  • Scenarios Assessment International I
  • International Finance
  • History of Brazilian Foreign Policy
  • International Negotiations
  • Advanced Topics in International Relations I
6th Semester
  • Scenarios Assessment International II
  • Optional I
  • Brazilian Foreign Policy Contemporary
  • Work of Course I: International Relations
7th Semester
  • Internationalization of Companies
  • Option II
  • Professional Practice
  • Advanced Topics in International Relations II
  • Work Course Conclusion II: International Relations
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Accounting

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: Semipresencial, Presencial, À Distância
Career

This professional plans, coordinates and controls the negotiating records (purchases, sales, investments and investments) of a company, providing key information for strategic decision making. He is also responsible for accounting and auditing skills.

The counter is increasingly sought by organizations and can work in private companies, accounting firms, auditing and consulting, as well as the public sector.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
COMMUNICATION GENERAL ACCOUNTING Filmography Filmography
BUSINESS LAW Filmography
MATH FOR MANAGERS Filmography
MANAGEMENT MODELS
1st Semester
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING Filmography
HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Filmography
ECONOMY Filmography
STATISTICS FOR MANAGERS Filmography
LABOR LAW SOCIAL
2nd Semester
ACCOUNTING AND STRATEGY COSTS Filmography
STRUCTURE OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Filmography
CORPORATE FINANCE AND CAPITAL MARKETS Filmography
ENGLISH I
SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
3rd Semester
ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Filmography
ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE Filmography
CORPORATE ACCOUNTING Filmography
ENGLISH II |
TAX LAW
4th Semester
ACCOUNTING ADVANCED Filmography
ACCOUNTING AND TAX PLANNING Filmography
PRODUCTION COSTS AND LOGISTICS Filmography
CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES Filmography
ENGLISH III
5th SEMESTER
ENTITIES FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING Filmography
STRATEGIC CONTROLLING Filmography
GENERAL AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS Filmography
PLANNING AND BUSINESS BUDGET Filmography CAREER PLANNING
6th Semester
AUDIT EXPERTISE AND ARBITRATION Filmography
SECTOR ACCOUNTING PUBLIC Filmography
LEADERSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR Filmography Elective I
7th Semester
DIAGNOSIS AND BUSINESS CONSULTANCY Filmography
SUPERVISED: SCIENCES ACCOUNTING Filmography
FUNDAMENTALS of Actuaries Filmography Elective II |
SPECIAL TOPICS ACCOUNTING
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG
Subjects Course series
COMMUNICATION GENERAL ACCOUNTING Filmography Filmography
BUSINESS LAW Filmography
MATH FOR MANAGERS Filmography
MANAGEMENT MODELS
1st Semester
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING Filmography
HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Filmography
ECONOMY Filmography
STATISTICS FOR MANAGERS Filmography
LABOR LAW SOCIAL
2nd Semester
ACCOUNTING AND STRATEGY COSTS Filmography
STRUCTURE OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Filmography
CORPORATE FINANCE AND CAPITAL MARKETS Filmography
ENGLISH I
SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
3rd Semester
ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Filmography
ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE Filmography
CORPORATE ACCOUNTING Filmography
ENGLISH II |
TAX LAW
4th Semester
ACCOUNTING ADVANCED Filmography
ACCOUNTING AND TAX PLANNING Filmography
PRODUCTION COSTS AND LOGISTICS Filmography
CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES Filmography
ENGLISH III
5th SEMESTER
ENTITIES FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING Filmography
STRATEGIC CONTROLLING Filmography
GENERAL AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS Filmography
PLANNING AND BUSINESS BUDGET Filmography CAREER PLANNING
6th Semester
AUDIT EXPERTISE AND ARBITRATION Filmography
SECTOR ACCOUNTING PUBLIC Filmography
LEADERSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR Filmography Elective I
7th Semester
DIAGNOSIS AND BUSINESS CONSULTANCY Filmography
SUPERVISED: SCIENCES ACCOUNTING Filmography
FUNDAMENTALS of Actuaries Filmography Elective II |
SPECIAL TOPICS ACCOUNTING
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Economic Sciences

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

Being the Economy a strategic area, this professional is becoming more in demand day to analyze scenarios, prospects and plan short decisions, medium and long term in order to allow coordinated and strategic actions.

Areas of expertise:
Because of that, this is professional work space in various types of locations:

    private companies (banks, industries, universities, service providers etc)
    Public agencies of all segments
    Nonprofit organizations
    teaching and research activities

Curriculum
Subjects
Course series
  • Communication
  • Business Law
  • Economy
  • Mathematics for Managers
  • Administrative Templates
1st Semester
  • Social Accounting
  • Human and Social Development
  • Statistics for Managers
  • English I
  • Advanced Mathematics
  • Integrated Project I: Economy
2nd Semester
  • Economic Statistics I
  • English II
  • Macroeconomics I
  • Scientific Methodology
  • Microeconomics I
  • Integrated Project II: Economy
3rd Semester
  • Anthropology and Brazilian Culture
  • English III
  • Introduction to Econometrics
  • Macroeconomics II
  • Microeconomics II
  • Integrated Project III: Economy
4th Semester
  • Contemporary Challenges
  • Econometrics
  • General Economic History
  • English IV
  • Open Macroeconomics
  • Integrated Project IV: Economy
5th SEMESTER
  • Accounting and Balance Sheet Analysis
  • Public Sector Economics
  • International Economics
  • Monetary Economics
  • The Economic Growth of Brazil
6th Semester
  • Socioeconomic Development and Sustainability
  • Brazilian Economy
  • Financial Management
  • Optional I
  • Research Techniques in Economics
7th Semester
  • Contemporary Brazilian Economy
  • History of Economic Thought
  • Option II
  • Professional Practice
  • Work Course Conclusion: Economy
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Foreign Trade (Technologist)

Course type: Technologist Duration: 24 months Mode: Semipresencial, Presencial, À Distância
Career

In an increasingly globalized scenario, the need for specialized professionals in foreign trade processes is frequent, offering these professionals a wide range of opportunities in this market.

By opting for the course of technology in international trade, you will have access to technical tools aligned to modern market practices, which will prepare you for an efficient performance.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • COMMUNICATION
  • MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
  • Economy
  • MARKETING MANAGEMENT
  • BOARD OF MODELS
1st Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • FOREIGN TRADE FUNDAMENTALS
  • PEOPLE MANAGEMENT
  • MATHEMATICS FINANCIAL
  • IMPORT AND EXPORT OF SYSTEMATIC
2nd Semester
  • ENTREPRENEURSHIP
  • CUSTOMS LAW AND TAX
  • MARKETING INTERNATIONAL
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL TRADE
  • MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
3rd Semester
  • FINANCE FOREIGN TRADE
  • TRADING INTERNATIONAL AND MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS
  • elective
  • INTEGRATED II: TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL TRADE
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN FOREIGN TRADE
4th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG
SUPERVISED: TRADE
Subjects Course series
  • Communication and Expression
  • Administrative Templates
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Corporate Communications
  • Reasoning Logico
  • Marketing Management
1st Semester
  • Entrepreneurship
  • People Management
  • Quantitative Methods
  • Accounting and Cost
  • Economy
  • Interdisciplinary Project I
2nd Semester
  • Production and Logistics Management
  • marketing strategies
  • Financial Management
  • Systematic Import and Export
  • Introduction to Foreign Trade Policy
  • Interdisciplinary Project II
3rd Semester
  • Transmission and Distribution
  • International Logistics
  • Exchange Practices
  • Customs and Tax Legislation
  • Special Topics Foreign Trade
  • Society and Citizenship Dir
  • Trade
  • Optional
  • Interdisciplinary Project III
4th Semester
Additional activities throughout the course

Foreign Trade

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

The growing internationalization of the Brazilian economy has designed the Brazilian companies in global markets and increased demand for international trade professionals develop diagnostics, manage internationalization strategies and actively intervene in making business decisions.

Professional Foreign Trade, as well as prepare the company to face the global market efficiently, leading international negotiation processes of goods and services, with in-depth knowledge of operational processes.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • COMMUNICATION
  • FRENCH I
  • ENGLISH I
  • INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL TRADE
  • MATHEMATICS FOR MANAGERS
  • BOARD OF MODELS
  • LAW PRINCIPLES
1st Semester
  • ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
  • GENERAL ACCOUNTING
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • STATISTICS FOR MANAGERS
  • FRENCH II
  • ENGLISH II
  • IMPORT AND EXPORT OF SYSTEMATIC
2nd Semester
  • Economy
  • FRENCH III
  • MARKETING MANAGEMENT
  • FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
  • ENGLISH III
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
  • INTERNATIONAL POLICY
3rd Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • BUSINESS STRATEGY
  • PHILOSOPHY AND ETHICS
  • FRENCH IV
  • ENTREPRENEURSHIP FUNDAMENTALS
  • ENGLISH IV
  • LOGISTICS AND INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION
  • FOREIGN TRADE POLICY
4th Semester
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY
  • FRENCH V
  • ENGLISH V
  • INTERNATIONAL MARKET INTELLIGENCE
  • PANORAMA OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
5th SEMESTER
  • ENTREPRENEURSHIP
  • INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
  • FRENCH VI
  • ENGLISH VI
  • TRADING INTERCULTURAL
6th Semester
  • ENGLISH VII
  • BUSINESS INTERNATIONALIZATION
  • MARKETING INTERNATIONAL
  • Elective I
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: INTERNATIONAL TRADE
7th Semester
  • INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW
  • ENGLISH VIII
  • Elective II
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: INTERNATIONAL TRADE
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN FOREIGN TRADE
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG
SUPERVISED: INTERNATIONAL TRADE

Commercial Management (Technologist)

Course type: Technologist Duration: 24 months Mode: Semipresencial, À Distância
Career

The Commercial Management student will be able to plan and organize the various forms of commercial speech (retail, wholesale, representation and others) in any sector of the market.

Upon graduating, the professional Commercial Management is considered a business consultant, able to establish, strengthen, correct and direct brands, products and services, seeking opportunities in the consumer market, as well as able to manage activities related to the sale and distribution of products and services.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • General Accounting
  • Communication
  • Statistics for Managers
  • Trading Practices
  • Technical and Sales Practice
1st Semester
  • Anthropology and Brazilian Culture
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Introduction to Corporate Finance
  • Administrative Templates
  • Trade Marketing, B2B and Relationship
2nd Semester
  • Cost and Corporate Budget
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Service Company Management
  • People Management
  • Integrated Project I: Commercial Management
3rd Semester
  • Law and Tax Legislation
  • Marketing Management
  • Operations and Quality Management
  • Optional
  • Integrated Project II: Commercial Management
4th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Quality Management (Technologist)

Course type: Technologist Duration: 24 months
Career

At the end of the course, you Shall be able to:

    Review administrative processes and routines and / or operating both internal and external to an organization;
    Plan and schedule projects and quality processes, providing training focused on auditing and knowledge of advanced tools for quality measurement and aligned to modern market practices.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • Communication and Expression
  • Administrative Templates
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Corporate Communications
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Marketing Management
1st Semester
  • Entrepreneurship
  • People Management
  • Quantitative Methods
  • Accounting and Cost
  • Economy
  • Interdisciplinary Project I
2nd Semester
  • Production and Logistics Management
  • marketing strategies
  • Financial Management
  • Quality Management Fundamentals Total
  • Quality Systems
  • Interdisciplinary Project II
3rd Semester
  • Quality Standardization
  • Quality Audit
  • Cost of Quality
  • Methodology six (6) Sigma
  • Quality Certification Processes
  • Society and Citizenship Dir
  • Trade
  • Optional
  • Interdisciplinary Project III
4th Semester

Human Resources Management (Technologist)

Course type: Technologist Duration: 24 months Mode: Semipresencial, Presencial, À Distância
Career

The professional in this area is responsible for leadership in the conduct of human capital processes of organizations, including the internationalized. His work covers the activities to develop and manage compensation plans and careers in business, overseeing the recruitment and selection of staff, and coordinate training and development projects of the employees of these institutions.

As a manager of Human Resources, you will be able to deal with work teams, conflict management and change processes, formulate and implement research on the level of satisfaction of employees, as well as representing the company with the professional associations.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • COMPLEMENTARY ACTIVITIES
  • COMMUNICATION
  • MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
  • Economy
  • MARKETING MANAGEMENT
  • BOARD OF MODELS
1st Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • PERFORMANCE EVALUATION AND CAREER
  • ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
  • COMMUNICATION AND ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE
  • PEOPLE MANAGEMENT
2nd Semester
  • TRAINING AND PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT
  • ENTREPRENEURSHIP
  • LABOR LEGISLATION AND Routines
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: TECHNOLOGY IN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
  • MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
3rd Semester
  • SUPERVISED: HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
  • STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF PEOPLE
  • elective
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: TECHNOLOGY IN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
  • REWARD AND BENEFITS SYSTEMS
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN HUMAN RESOURCES
4th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG
Subjects Course series
  • ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
  • COMMUNICATION
  • GENERAL ACCOUNTING
  • STATISTICS FOR MANAGERS
  • BOARD OF MODELS
1st Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • ENTREPRENEURSHIP
  • MARKETING MANAGEMENT
  • PEOPLE MANAGEMENT
  • INTRODUCTION CORPORATE FINANCE
2nd Semester
  • PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT AND CAREER PLANNING
  • ATTRACTING AND DEVELOPING PEOPLE
  • LABOR LEGISLATION AND Routines
  • TRADING PRACTICES
  • INTEGRATED PROJECT I: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
3rd Semester
  • ORGANIZATIONAL AND PEOPLE CONSULTANCY
  • STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF PEOPLE
  • elective
  • INTEGRATED PROJECT II: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
  • REWARD AND BENEFITS SYSTEMS
4th Semester

Financial Management (Technologist)

Course type: Technologist Duration: 24 months Mode: Semipresencial, À Distância
Career

The financial manager manages organizational environments and study the capital investment possibilities, managing equity funds of the organization. He is responsible for providing important information for decision making, for analyzing and diagnosing the economic and financial situation of the institution, studying the economic viability of investments.

This professional can work in the finance department of industries, commerce, financial agencies, public companies and consulting.

Upon graduation, you’ll be able to:

    Develop professional activities as an entrepreneur, business consultant and business developer, specializing in finance;
    Acting as a strategist and operator of procedures relating to their area of ​​expertise;
    Evaluate scenarios, analyze opportunities and risks under the financial focus;
    Support decision-efficient decisions;
    Perform analysis of financial statements;
    Develop economic feasibility studies of investment projects;
    Operating own or third-efficient, rational and flexible business.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • COMMUNICATION
  • MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
  • Economy
  • MARKETING MANAGEMENT
  • BOARD OF MODELS
1st Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • OPERATIONS AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT
  • PEOPLE MANAGEMENT
  • TAX LAW
  • MATHEMATICS FINANCIAL
2nd Semester
  • COSTS AND Budgets
  • ENTREPRENEURSHIP
  • FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: TECHNOLOGY financial management
  • MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
3rd Semester
  • INVESTMENT ANALYSIS
  • SUPERVISED: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
  • ADVANCED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
  • elective
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY
  • SPECIAL TOPICS financial management
4th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG
Subjects Course series
  • ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
  • COMMUNICATION
  • STATISTICS FOR MANAGERS
  • GENERAL ACCOUNTING
  • BOARD OF MODELS
1st Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • MARKETING MANAGEMENT
  • PEOPLE MANAGEMENT
  • INTRODUCTION CORPORATE FINANCE
  • ENTREPRENEURSHIP
2nd Semester
  • CORPORATE COSTS AND Budgets
  • TRADING PRACTICES
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
  • FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
  • CREDIT MANAGEMENT, RECOVERY AND RISK
3rd Semester
  • elective
  • OPERATIONS AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
  • MARKET AND DERIVATIVES
  • ADVANCED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
4th Semester

Business Management

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site, Partially on-site, Distance Learning
Career

It is expected Administrator wide capacity planning, organization, coordination and control of projects and enterprises. The administrator can get involved in the implementation of processes and organization projects and administrative reorganization, project development of new organizations in project planning and performance improvement, including the areas of Finance, Human Resources, Information Systems, Production and Marketing .

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
COMMUNICATION Filmography GENERAL ACCOUNTING MARKETING MANAGEMENT Filmography Filmography
MATH FOR MANAGERS Filmography
MANAGEMENT MODELS
1st Semester
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR Filmography
HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Filmography
ECONOMY Filmography
STATISTICS FOR MANAGERS Filmography
STRATEGIES marketing
2nd Semester
CORPORATE COSTS AND Budgets Filmography
CORPORATE TAX LAW AND PEOPLE MANAGEMENT Filmography Filmography
ENGLISH I
SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
3rd Semester
ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE Filmography
PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS Filmography
STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF PEOPLE Filmography
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Filmography
ENGLISH II
4th Semester
CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES Filmography
NEW MANAGEMENT ICT Filmography
ADVANCED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Filmography
ENGLISH III Filmography
LOGISTICS BUSINESS INTEGRATED
5th SEMESTER
ENTREPRENEURSHIP Filmography
BUSINESS STRATEGY Filmography
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Filmography
LABOR LAW SOCIAL Filmography CAREER PLANNING
6th Semester
DIAGNOSIS AND BUSINESS CONSULTANCY Filmography
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY Filmography
PROJECT MANAGEMENT Filmography Elective I
7th Semester
SUPERVISED: ADMINISTRATION Filmography Elective II |
SIMULATION BUSINESS Filmography
MEASURING SYSTEM AND PERFORMANCE Filmography
SPECIAL TOPICS OF ADMINISTRATION
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG
Subjects Course series
  • ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
  • COMMUNICATION
  • GENERAL ACCOUNTING
  • STATISTICS FOR MANAGERS
  • BOARD OF MODELS
1st Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • BUSINESS LAW
  • ENTREPRENEURSHIP
  • MARKETING MANAGEMENT
  • MATHEMATICS FOR MANAGERS
2nd Semester
  • CORPORATE COSTS AND Budgets
  • Economy
  • STRATEGIES marketing
  • LABOR LAW AND TAX
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
3rd Semester
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
  • STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF PEOPLE
  • FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
  • BUY RESEARCH AND BEHAVIOR AND CONSUMPTION
4th Semester
  • CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • ADVANCED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
  • LOGISTICS BUSINESS INTEGRATED
5th SEMESTER
  • BUSINESS STRATEGY
  • TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION
  • PEOPLE MANAGEMENT
  • MEASUREMENT AND PERFORMANCE SYSTEM
6th Semester
  • ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY
  • PROJECT MANAGEMENT
  • KNOWLEDGE AND COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE MANAGEMENT
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: ADMINISTRATION
7th Semester
  • DIAGNOSIS AND BUSINESS CONSULTANCY
  • MANAGEMENT INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
  • elective
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: ADMINISTRATION
8th Semester

Business School São Paulo

Post Graduation in Supply Chain and Sales

Duration: 12 months Mode: On-site
Career

The Graduate in Sales and Supply Chain is focused on developing skills related to supply chain management, providing best practices and key trends of this segment.

The course aims to broaden the professional’s ability to assess and manage the main logistics processes in an integrated manner, as well as work issues related to process management and sales force, negotiation, communication and presentation, preparing the student to manage appropriately the sales force with planning, management incentives and understanding of negotiation and communication.

Curriculum
1st semester 2nd semester
  • Sales force management
  • Sales administration and incentives
  • Sales process management
  • E-commerce
  • Sales and operations planning
  • International Logistics
  • Supply chain management
  • Distribution and warehousing management
  • Business Logistics
  • Demand management
  • Production, purchasing and inventory
  • Reverse Logistics
  • Systems planning and costs
  • Management d.

Post Graduation in Human Resources and Leadership

Duration: 12 months Mode: On-site
Career

The Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resources and BSP Leadership is focused on developing skills in strategic human resource management and leadership, recruitment and selection, training and qualification of employees and understanding of labor relations and union relations and internal organization.

The course offers an overview to professional management, integrating HR every functional area of ​​the organization, understanding the importance of leadership and team management and daily change management, so that their actions are aligned with company strategy.

Curriculum
1st semester 2nd semester
  • Strategic management of Human Resources
  • Performance and Reward
  • Leadership and Coaching
  • Internal relations
  • Recruitment and selection
  • Leadership and team management
  • Competitive intelligence and Strategic Monitoring
  • Core Competence and strategy
  • Emotional intelligence and Self-awareness
  • People development and career management
  • Employer Branding
  • Training and capacity building
  • Re. ..

Post Graduation in Marketing and Branding

Duration: 12 months Mode: On-site
Career

The Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing and Branding is focused on developing skills in segmentation, choice of target market, positioning and building brand equity, enabling the professional to work efficiently with the marketing tools and their impact in the commercial area.

The course works issues related to the understanding of the brand, through recent issues such as experiential and sensory marketing, semiotics and storytelling as well as essential as the brand design and packaging, brand identity and naming and brand architecture, branding and construction.

Curriculum
1st semester 2nd semester
  • Creation of Brand Equity
  • Segmentation and target market
  • Brand positioning
  • Competitive Intelligence
  • Holistic Marketing
  • Introduction to Branding
  • Brand identity and Naming
  • Brand storytelling
  • Semiotics of brands
  • Understanding Brand Equity
  • Value, satisfaction and loyalty
  • Buying behavior
  • Organizational Buyer (B2B)
  • Trends and Changes in Marketin …

Post Graduation in Marketing and Sales

Duration: 12 months Mode: On-site
Career

The Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing and Sales is focused on developing skills in segmentation, choice of target market, positioning and building brand equity, enabling the professional to deal with, effectively, with the marketing tools and their impact in the commercial area.

The course will also work issues related to process management in technical and sales force, negotiation, communication and presentation, preparing the professional to manage appropriately the sales force with planning, management incentives and understanding of negotiation and communication.

Curriculum
1st semester 2nd semester
  • Creation of Brand Equity
  • Segmentation and target market
  • Brand positioning
  • Competitive Intelligence
  • Holistic Marketing
  • Sales force management
  • Sales administration and incentives
  • Sales process management
  • E-commerce
  • Sales and operations planning
  • Value, satisfaction and loyalty
  • Buying behavior
  • Organizational Buyer (B2B)
  • Trends and Mud …

Certificate In Branding

Duration: 12 months Mode: On-site
Career

The Certificate in Branding, a Post Graduation Enhancement mode is structured to develop skills in understanding the brand, through recent issues such as experiential and sensory marketing, semiotics and storytelling as well as essential as the brand design and packaging, identity brand and naming and brand architecture.

The course has duration of 180h and is designed to train professionals to deal effectively with the understanding of branding and its construction.

Curriculum
    

        

            

    

    

        

            

            

        

    

1st half
            

2nd half
        
                

                        

  • Brand Equity and Brand Architecture
  •                     

  • Understanding Brand Equity
  •                     

  • Identity and Brand Naming
  •                     

  • Brand and Positioning
  •                     

  • Semiotics of Brands
  •                 

            

                

                        

  • Brand and Product Design
  •                     

  • Digital Branding and Branded Content
  •                     

  • Brand Experience
  •                     

  • Experiential Marketing and Sensory
  •                     

  • Work Course Conclusion
  •                 

            

Certificate in Business Dynamics

Duration: 12 months Mode: On-site
Career

The Certificate in Business Dynamics, a Post Graduation Enhancement mode, focuses on skills development focused on business dynamics, promotes interaction between the issues related to the Global Economic Environment, the Business Management for Competitive Intelligence, Entrepreneurship, the Leadership and Operational Efficiency.

The course has duration of 180h and aims to train professionals to understand the process that involves the business segment and its operations.

Curriculum
    

        

            

    

    

        

            

            

        

    

1st half
            

2nd half
        
                

                        

  • Balanced Scorecard
  •                     

  • Brazilian Economy
  •                     

  • Entrepreneurship and Business
  •                     

  • Business Strategy
  •                     

  • Competitive Intelligence
  •                 

            

                

                        

  • Efficiency
  •                     

  • Business Management
  •                     

  • Leadership
  •                     

  • Organizational Theory
  •                     

  • Work Completion
  •                 

            

Certificate in Finance

Duration: 12 months
Career

The Certificate in Finance, a Graduate Enhancement mode is structured to develop functional and technical skills in financial planning, tax and tax on global economic scenarios, including the Brazilian economy.

The course has duration of 180h and is designed to enable professionals to deal effectively with financial tools and concepts.

Curriculum
    

        

            

    

    

        

            

            

        

    

1st half
            

2nd half
        
                

                        

  • Project Analysis and Indicators
  •                     

  • Global Economic Scenarios
  •                     

  • Cost Accounting
  •                     

  • Accounting and Auditing
  •                     

  • Financial Planning
  •                 

            

                

                        

  • Administration Working Capital
  •                     

  • Advanced Analysis of Financial Statements
  •                     

  • Financial Statement Analysis
  •                     

  • Tax Planning and Tax
  •                     

  • Work Course Conclusion
  •                 

            

Certificate in Human Resources

Duration: 12 months Mode: On-site
Career

The Certificate in Human Resources, a Postgraduate Improvement mode, is structured to develop skills in strategic management of human resources, recruitment and selection, training and qualification of employees and understanding of labor relations and union.

The course has duration of 180h and is designed to train a person to have a global view of management, integrating HR every functional area of ​​the organization, so that their actions are aligned with company strategy.

Curriculum
    

        

            

    

    

        

            

            

        

    

1st half
            

2nd half
        
                

                        

  • Strategic Human Resource Management
  •                     

  • Performance and Reward
  •                     

  • Leadership and Coaching
  •                     

  • internal organization Relations
  •                     

  • Recruitment and Selection
  •                 

            

                

                        

  • Employer Branding
  •                     

  • Training and Capacity
  •                     

  • Labor relations and union relations
  •                     

  • Business partner
  •                     

  • Work Course Conclusion
  •                 

            

Certificate in International Business & Foreign Trade

Duration: 12 months
Career

The Certificate in International Business & Foreign Trade, a Post Graduation Enhancement mode is structured to develop skills in Marketing, Accounting, Logistics and Intelligence International, as well as contract management, offering the professional a detailed view of International Business and Trade exterior.

The course has duration of 180h and was developed with a focus on relevant issues such as intellectual property and challenges of business management, logistics, marketing and accounting internationally worked.

Curriculum
    

        

            

    

    

        

            

            

        

    

1st half
            

2nd half
        
                

                        

  • Global Economic Environment
  •                     

  • Tax Planning
  •                     

  • Import and Export Management
  •                     

  • International Marketing
  •                     

  • International Accounting
  •                 

            

                

                        

  • Intellectual Property
  •                     

  • International Contract Management
  •                     

  • International Logistics
  •                     

  • Business Game
  •                 

            

Certificate in Leadership

Duration: 12 months Mode: On-site
Career

The Certificate in Leadership, a Post Graduation Enhancement mode, is focused on developing skills in leadership and people management.

The course has duration of 180h aims to provide the professional a broad view of managing people and teams, executive communication, negotiation and decision making.

Curriculum
1º semestre 2º semestre
  • Liderança e Gestão de Equipes
  • Inteligência Competitiva e Monitoramento Estratégico
  • Core Competence e Estratégia
  • Inteligência Emocional e Autoconhecimento
  • Desenvolvimento de Pessoas e Gestão de Carreira
  • Técnicas de Negociação e tomada de decisão
  • Líder Coach
  • Cultura Organizacional para a Inovação
  • Comunicação Executiva

Certificate in Marketing

Duration: 12 months Mode: On-site
Career

The Certificate in Marketing, a Post Graduation Enhancement mode is structured to develop skills in segmentation, choice of target market, positioning and building brand equity.

The course has duration of 180h and aims to train professionals to deal effectively with the marketing tools and their impact in the commercial area.

Curriculum
1st semester 2nd semester
  • Consumption and media planning
  • Strategic management of channels and Price
  • Marketing Intelligence
  • Strategic Marketing
  • Holistic Marketing
  • B2b Marketing
  • Consumer trends and Purchase
  • Trends and Changes in Marketing
  • Final project-Marketing
  • Value, satisfaction and loyalty

Certificate in Project Management

Duration: 12 months Mode: On-site
Career

The Certificate in Project Management, a Postgraduate Improvement mode, is structured to develop skills in project management, from strategy and design, monitoring and control, risk analysis with simulation of a project.

The course has duration of 180h and aims to train professionals to manage projects effectively and strategically to get results aligned with the best practices of the Project Management Institute – PMI.

Curriculum
1st semester 2nd semester
  • Strategy and design of projects
  • Detailing Designs
  • Monitoring and Control
  • Risk management and simulation
  • Project Portfolio Management
  • Project quality management
  • Simulation of a project
  • Communications in a project
  • Risk analysis in a project

Certificate in Sales

Duration: 12 months
Career

The Certificate in Sales, a Post Graduation Enhancement mode is structured to develop functional and technical expertise in process management and sales force, negotiation, communication and presentation.

The course has duration of 180h is designed to prepare professionals to manage appropriately the sales force with planning, management incentives and understanding of negotiation and communication.

Curriculum
1st semester 2nd semester
  • Structuring and managing sales force
  • Sales administration and incentives
  • Sales process management
  • E-commerce
  • Sales and operations planning
  • Sales profiles
  • Negotiation
  • The future of sales function
  • Communication and presentation

Certificate in Supply Chain

Duration: 12 months Mode: On-site
Career

The Certificate in Supply Chain, a Post Graduation Enhancement mode, is structured to develop functional and managerial skills in supply chain management, providing best practices and key trends.

The course has duration of 180h aims to expand the professional’s ability to evaluate and manage the main logistics processes in an integrated manner.

Curriculum
1st semester 2nd semester
  • International Logistics
  • Distribution and warehousing management
  • Operations management and business logistics
  • Demand management
  • Supply chain management
  • Production management, purchasing and inventory
  • Reverse Logistics
  • Systems planning and costs
  • Quality management

Comprehensive Program in Business Management

Duration: 12 months
Career

Focused on skills development aimed at understanding of managing a business. Work issues that contribute to expand the vision of the Brazilian Economy, Brand Management, Operations and Logistics, HR Management, IT Management, Business Law, Corporate Finance, Quantitative Models of Decision and Business Strategies.

Curriculum
1st semester 2nd semester
  • Quantitative Decision models
  • Corporate Finance
  • Brand management
  • Operations and Logistics
  • It management
  • Human resource management
  • Business Law
  • Brazilian Economy
  • Managerial Strategies
  • Final Business Management

Comprehensive Program in Corporate Strategy

Duration: 12 months
Career

Focused on skills development focused on structuring, selection and strategic execution associated with important items from this process as the understanding of the internal and external environments, strategic choices and control and feedback, contributing to the improvement of the ability to think strategically and use, effectively, modern tools and techniques of business management.

Curriculum
1st semester 2nd semester
  • Analysis of the internal and external environments
  • Competitive Intelligence
  • Economic, technological and social trends
  • Competitive Strategies
  • Strategic Finance
  • Implementation of the strategy
  • Control and Feedback
  • Strategic Planning
  • Business game

Comprehensive Program in Innovation Management

Duration: 12 months
Career

Focused on skills development aimed at understanding the process of generating and innovation and the business plan cycle management, highlighting the most common sources of innovation and the elements necessary to identify and exploit these opportunities.

Curriculum
1st semester 2nd semester
  • The Innovation process
  • Innovation strategies
  • Intellectual Property
  • Innovation cycle management
  • The Growth cycle of the product
  • Innovation-oriented culture
  • Innovation and sustainability
  • Financing and Valuation
  • Business plan

Executive MBA

Duration: 12 months Mode: On-site
Career

The BSP Executive MBA is a program That combines and understanding discussions about Strategy, Structure and Operations in the company locally and globally. Leaders will be exposed to strong and relevant content in immersions, an international module and workshops with teachers and effective executives.

As the Executive MBA at AIMS global Developing future leaders prepared the course has three important phases:

Understanding and challenging the business – at the local level

Understanding and challenging the business – at global level

Winning Strategies and Plans – GLOCAL

The Program is bold and dynamic, with que sessions include theory and practice, Facilitated by teachers who combines with the academic background sound experience in the business world. BSP fosters learning using Several types of methodologies, such as case discussions, simulations, workshops and debates, always demanding the most from students skills.

The International Module During two weeks in Boston was designed especially for our students and will strengthen the understanding
and challenging of the Student’s business.
The important competencies are needed by senior executives, During the EMBA through discussions with executives, innovative classes
team work and the focus will be on strenghtening:
• Business Acumen

• Drive for results

• Timely decision making

• Decision quality

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Senior Professionals with Inglês aiming to gain proficiency and strategic thinking, understanding of operational and structural challenges, in order to Achieve high level positions in companies worldwide.

Curriculum
UNDERSTANDING AND CHALLENGINGA BUSINESS – at local level April – July
Part 1: Immersion (Two separate weeks )
Strategy Superior Knowledge and Business Intelligence:Designing Superior Strategic Scenarios 36 hours
Operation Challenging the business model 36 hours
Structure Structure to support Strategy 16 hours
Part 2: Workshops
Workshop Diversity and Inclusion 8 hours
Workshop Managing Accounting 8 hours
Workshop Customers, Margin, Cash, Speed and Growth 8 hours
Workshop Valuation and M&A 8 hours

 

UNDERSTANDING AND CHALLENGINGA BUSINESS – at global level July
Immersion (International Module)
Strategy Global Perspective, Markets and Products Portfolio Leveraging 32 hours
Operation Developing Global Operation Strategies 28 hours
Structure Developing Purpose and Structure for GlobalOperation 28 hours

 

WINNING STRATEGIES AND PLANS (GLOCAL) August – December
Part 1: Immersion (Two separate weeks)
Strategy Strategy Implementation: Choice Selection and Path Dependence 32 hours
Operation Delivering superior value through operations:the customer/client experience 28 hours
Structure People Development and Talent Attraction:building a great place to work 28 hours
Part 2: Workshops
Workshop Compliance and Corporate Governance in a Global Market
Workshop Sarbanes Oxley Compliance
Workshop Business Analytics
Workshop Negotiation
Workshop Managing Corporate Crises
Workshop Sustainability and Business Risk

MBA in Corporate Strategy

Duration: 12 months Mode: On-site
Career

The MBA in Corporate Strategy is aimed at professionals who wish to develop focused skills in understanding of managing a business, as well as its structure, selection and strategic execution, associated with important items from this process, as internal and external environments, strategic choices and control and feedback, contributing to the improvement of the ability to think strategically and use, effectively, the modern tools and techniques of business management.

Curriculum
1st semester 2nd semester 3rd semester 4th semester
  • Quantitative Decision models
  • Corporate Finance
  • Brand management
  • Operations and Logistics
  • It management
  • Human resource management
  • Business Law
  • Brazilian Economy
  • Managerial Strategies
  • Final Business Management
  • Understanding of the internal environment
  • Understanding of the external environment
  • Competitive Intelligence
  • Ec Trends …

MBA in Innovation Management

Duration: 12 months Mode: On-site
Career

The MBA in Innovation Management is designed for professionals who need to develop skills that enhance understanding of the management of a business and the process of generating and cycle management of innovation and business plan, showing the most common sources of innovation and the elements necessary to identify and exploit these opportunities.

Who is:
• managers with five or more years of professional experience
• Professionals who wish to acquire or improve managerial skills and business acumen
• Entrepreneurs, consultants and interested in expanding knowledge into innovation

Curriculum
1st semester 2nd semester 3rd semester 4th semester
  • Quantitative Decision models
  • Corporate Finance
  • Brand management
  • Operations and Logistics
  • It management
  • Human resource management
  • Business Law
  • Brazilian Economy
  • Managerial Strategies
  • Final Business Management
  • The Innovation process
  • Innovation strategies
  • Intellectual Property
  • Inova cycle management …

Communication

Communications and Social Media Consulting

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

The course is aimed at professionals of the Social Communication Department, Marketing, Public Relations, Administration, Human Resources, Web designers, Information Technology and other professionals who wish to improve their strategic capability in the area.

Curriculum

1ST HALF

RELATIONSHIP CHANNELS AND MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES IN SOCIAL MEDIA
LABEL AND CORPORATE POLICIES IN SOCIAL MEDIA
MANAGEMENT OF COMMUNICATION AND SOCIAL MEDIA: INTANGIBLE VALUE GENERATION, TRENDS AND CHALLENGES
GOVERNANCE ON THE INTERNET
MONITORING AND MEASUREMENT RESULTS

 

2nd SEMESTER

INFORMATION AND USABILITY ARCHITECTURE
BEHAVIOR OF PUBLIC OF SOCIAL MEDIA
COMMUNICATION AND ELECTRONIC COMMERCE
CRISIS MANAGEMENT IN SOCIAL MEDIA
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, DIGITAL AND MOBILE PLATFORMS

 

3rd SEMESTER

MONOGRAPH – ADVISORY COMMUNICATION AND SOCIAL MEDIA
COMMUNICATION STRATEGY FOR PLANNING social media
SEMINARS APPLIED

Cinema and Multimedia

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months
Career

The course is designed for professionals related to photography and audiovisual and interested in improving skills or seek retraining. The course also meets the stakeholders who are not trained in the area, it does not require prior knowledge in photography and audiovisual.

Curriculum

1st Semester
Film language
Audiovisual critical
People Management and Leadership
Photo production
Script
Technical editing and Mount Audiovisual

2nd Semester
Scientific research methodology
Experimental Animation Techniques
Cultural projects in Audiovisual and Photography
Contemporary Photography Trends
Soundtrack
Director and Producer for Cinema and Audiovisual
Art Direction and Set Design

3rd Semester
Monograph – Cinema and Multimedia

Corporate Communications

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

The course is aimed at professionals of the Social Communication Department, Marketing, Public Relations, Administration, Human Resources, and other professionals who wish to improve their strategic capacity within the corporate environment.

Curriculum

1st Semester

    CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS
    MARKETING COMMUNICATION
    ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
    SYSTEM OF INFORMATION AND NEW MEDIA

 

2nd Semester

    EXTERNAL COMMUNICATION
    INTERNAL COMMUNICATION
    SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
    SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND SUSTAINABILITY
    STAKEHOLDERS

 

3rd Semester

    IDENTITY MANAGEMENT OF VISUAL
    CRISIS MANAGEMENT: CREATIVITY AND COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
    MONOGRAPH – CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS
    GOVERNMENT RELATIONS AND COMMUNICATION
    TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT AND MEASUREMENT

Advertising Creation and Campaign Planning

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

Media professionals Area, Marketing, Public Relations, Promotion, Product Management, Design and Digital Media. Managers who have under their responsibility the approval of advertising campaigns.

Curriculum

1st semester
Visual creativity
Art and Communication
Copywriting
Photoshop and Illustrator

2nd semester
Art Design
Photography
Integrated Campaign Planning
Scientific research methodology
Psychology of Communication

3rd semester

Art direction
Creation New Digital Media
Storytellings
Advertising Production for Multimedia
Orientation: Monograph

Specialization in TV Programming Strategies

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

The course is designed for professionals who wish to specialize in project management and audiovisual products; broadcasters, advertisers and journalists who operate at the interface with programming sectors, marketing, media relations and advertising agencies; and producers of audiovisual content intended to facilitate projects in television grids or online.

Curriculum

1st semester

Audiovisual market
Reception Studies
Strategic management
Models and Strategic Programming Concepts
Advertising and Media Planning formats
Research and Audience Analysis

2nd semester

Scientific research methodology
Audiovisual Industry Legislation
Genres and formats Audiovisual
Communication and Digital Media
Formats and Strategies of Self-Promotion
Visual identity
Press Relations

3rd semester
Monography

Sports Journalism & Multimedia

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

Professionals with graduation in Journalism, Advertising & Advertising, Public Relations, Marketing, and Physical Education, as well as historians and Involved professionals with the industry.

Curriculum

1st Semester
Print Media: Newspaper
Print Media: Magazine
Journalistic Genres and discursive Forms
Sports Seminar I
Sports Marketing and Management
Sports Legislation and Public Policies

2nd Semester
Sports Journalist: Career and Behavior
The Trajectory of the TV in the Sports Environment
The Trajectory of the Radio in the Sports Environment
Images in the Sports Environment
Press Relations
Sports: Phenomenon, Rules and Tactics
Mega Events – Journalistic Performance

3rd Semester
Sports Seminar II
New Media in the Sports Environment
Physical Training and Sports Medicine
Completion of course work

Media and Social Networks

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

The course is aimed at journalists, public relations, advertising, editors, designers, content managers, executives and professionals working in the field of corporate communications and / or marketing, aiming to improve knowledge and acting techniques in Social Networks Digital.

Curriculum

1st Module

    COMMUNICATION, CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT
    STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT IN SOCIAL NETWORK
    GLOBALIZATION AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
    TECHNOLOGY AND MEDIA

2nd Module

    ANALYSIS TOOLS
    BRAND MANAGEMENT
    MARKETING AND COMMUNICATION IN SOCIAL NETWORKS
    SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
    METRIC SOCIAL: WEB ANALYTCS

Module 3

    CREATION, DESIGN AND BEAUTY IN A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT
    ENTREPRENEURSHIP & SUSTAINABILITY
    MONOGRAPH – MEDIA AND SOCIAL NETWORKS
    STRATEGIC PLANNING IN MEDIA AND SOCIAL NETWORKS
    PSYCHOLOGY AND NETWORKS: SOCIAL PROFILES, IDENTITY AND IMAGINARY

Cinema & Audiovisual

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

Student art and technique of writing and making films, filmmaker finds chances not only in theaters but also on TV. The fast growth of pay TV and the promising market of advertising films have promoted good job opportunities in video production. In TV, this professional can work in the production of soap operas and other programs.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
ART, CULTURE AND HUMANITIES Filmography COMMUNICATION Filmography SCRIPT STRUCTURE Filmography
STUDY PHOTOGRAPHIC Filmography
LANGUAGE FILM
1st Semester
BRAZILIAN CINEMA Filmography
ETHICS AND HUMAN BASIS Filmography
FILM HISTORY OF SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY Filmography Filmography
TECHNIQUES IN FILM SCRIPT
2nd Semester
ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE Filmography
CINEMA CONTEMPORARY Filmography Semiotics STUDIES Filmography
MARKET AND VISUAL POLICIES Filmography
PRODUCTION Movies
3rd Semester
IMAGE CAPTURE Filmography
SOUND CAPTURE Filmography
CURATION AND CINEMA Filmography
HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Filmography
MOUNT Movies
4th Semester
FILM CRITIC Filmography
CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES Filmography
ART DIRECTION FOR CINEMA Filmography
TECHNICAL ANIMATION Filmography
SOUND TRACK
5th SEMESTER
PHOTOGRAPHY DIRECTION Filmography
DOCUMENTARY FOR CINEMA Elective Filmography Filmography POST-PRODUCTION AND FINAL WORK
6th Semester
DIRECTION OF ACTORS FOR CINEMA Filmography
DIRECTION IN FILM CAREER PLANNING Filmography Filmography
EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN I: Movies
7th Semester
SUPERVISED: CINEMA AND AUDIOVISUAL Filmography
EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN II: ISSUE Filmography
EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN III: SOUNDING
8th Semester
SUPPLEMENTARY ACTIVITY – CINE (MEDIA – CINEMA)

Journalism

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

Although the labor market for journalists is competitive, it offers more opportunities in the private than in the public sector. For beginners, there is a demand for websurfers – Researchers Responsible for searching websites and information relevant to clients Certain – and for the more seasoned professionals, there are opportunities in the creation and editing of texts for websites. The journalist can work Also in the coordination of communication services for companies and the government, as well as in public relations is politicians, businesses and artists, When the contacting pressure.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
COMMUNICATION
THE HISTORY OF ART Filmography
JOURNALISM IN DIGITAL PLATFORMS Filmography
SOUND AND IMAGE INFORMATIONAL Filmography
JOURNALISTIC TEXT
1st Semester
JOURNALISM IN DIGITAL MEDIA Filmography SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY Filmography
WRITING JOURNALISM Filmography
REPORT AND DOCUMENTARY ON RADIO Filmography
LITERARY THEORY
2nd Semester
ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE Filmography
HISTORY, ETHICS AND LAW Filmography
REPORT ON JOURNALISM AND EDITING TV Filmography
THEORIES OF COMMUNICATION Filmography
JOURNALISM THEORIES
3rd Semester
HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Filmography
PHOTOJOURNALISM PLANNING AND VISUAL I
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT: CITIES AND SPORTS Filmography
CONTEMPORARY HISTORY Filmography
NEWSPAPER PRODUCTION
4th Semester
MEDIA CONVERGENCE Filmography
CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES Filmography
PHOTOJOURNALISM PLANNING AND VISUAL II |
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT: POLICY AND ECONOMICS Filmography
REVIEW PRODUCTION
5th SEMESTER
INTEGRATED COMMUNICATION Filmography
DOCUMENTARY VIDEO Filmography
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT: SCIENCE AND CULTURE Filmography Elective I
6th Semester
BIG REPORTS Filmography
PROJECT METHODOLOGY IN JOURNALISM Filmography Elective II |
SEARCH APPLIED IN JOURNALISM
7th Semester
SUPERVISED: JOURNALISM CAREER PLANNING Filmography Filmography
COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK: JOURNALISM Filmography
SPECIAL TOPICS IN JOURNALISM
8th Semester
  • ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Editorial Production

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

The migration of offline content for digital media has generated more job openings for editorial producer, making the promising job market. This is due to the need for interactivity with the content that the market increasingly demands. The participation of professional in the production of materials coming from samples of cinemas, theater festivals, music and cultural exhibits are examples of a new niche that also emerges in the market for editorial producer.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • ART & amp; CULTURE
  • EXPRESSION & amp; COMMUNICATION
  • SCRIPT STRUCTURE
  • MARKET EDITORIAL NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL
  • EDITORIAL PRODUCTION PROJECT IN PRINTED MEDIA
1st Semester
  • VISUAL COMMUNICATION
  • LANGUAGE STUDIES – WRITING
  • PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIES – STATIC AND MOVEMENT
  • METHODOLOGY – SCIENCE AND TECHNICAL STANDARDS
  • EDITORIAL PRODUCTION PROJECT IN DIGITAL MEDIA
2nd Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • Semiotics STUDIES
  • LANGUAGE STUDIES – TEXTS TREATMENT
  • ETHICS AND HUMAN BASIS
  • EDITORIAL PRODUCTION PROJECT IN HYPERMEDIA
3rd Semester
  • CONTENTS AND MEDIA CONVERGENCE
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • AUDIOVISUAL LANGUAGE
  • Elective I
  • EDITORIAL PRODUCTION PROJECT IN AUDIOVISUAL MEDIA
4th Semester
  • CREATION AND PRINTED PRODUCTION: GRAPHIC DESIGN AND DIGITAL
  • ENTREPRENEURSHIP & amp; SUSTAINABILITY
  • LANGUAGE STUDY – READING CRITICAL
  • Elective II
  • PRODUCTION IN EDITOR DESIGN FOR SECTOR 3rd
5th SEMESTER
  • CREATION AND PRODUCTION HYPERMEDIA – DESIGN NAVIGATION WEB
  • LANGUAGE STUDIES AND IDEOLOGY
  • WORKSHOP OF CREATION AND INNOVATION
  • PRODUCTION DESIGN EDITORIAL – ODL
6th Semester
  • Research and TRANSDISCIPLINARY DESIGN
  • EDITORIAL PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT
  • ADVANCED TOPICS IN PRINTED EDITORIAL PRODUCTION
  • ADVANCED TOPICS IN EDITORIAL PRODUCTION AUDIOVISUAL
7th Semester
  • CREATION AND EDITORIAL PRODUCTION INTERMÍDIAS
  • CREATION AND EDITORIAL PRODUCTION PRINTED
  • STAGE PROFESSIONAL
  • MARKETING MANAGEMENT
  • DESIGN AND PRODUCTION TRANSDISCIPLINARY
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES – ASK (MEDIA – PROD EDIT)

Multimedia Production – Digital Media Communication (Technologist)

Course type: Technologist Duration: 24 months Mode: On-site
Career

The multi-disciplinary communication Allows the interaction among Several medium with reduced costs and greater impact on the target audience. This is the known effective communication. Technological advances enable speedy communication; new media such as Twitter and Facebook are Considered the main tools providing such immediacy.

Following this trend, communication companies, universities and groups medium need professionals with multi-disciplinary Several profile to meet the demands of content production.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT INFORMATION
  • Logic, Language and Cognition
  • LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES
  • EXPRESSION & amp; COMMUNICATION – ONLINE
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN
1st Semester
  • CONTENT MANAGEMENT AND DESIGN IN MULTIMEDIA
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT – ONLINE
  • CREATING SCRIPTS FOR DIGITAL ENVIRONMENTS
  • EDITION OF LABORATORY AND DIGITAL DESIGN
  • INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN I: PLANNING
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II
2nd Semester
  • INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN II: PRODUCTION
  • USABILITY IN INTERACTIVE DIGITAL MEDIA
  • LANGUAGE AUDIOVISUAL AND VIDEO PRODUCTION
  • ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SUSTAINABILITY (ONLINE)
  • elective
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN III
3rd Semester
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN IV
  • CREATION AND MANAGEMENT OF APPS
  • DIGITAL CONTENT PRODUCTION: AUDIO AND VIDEO
  • INSTRUCTIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT
  • CONTENT MANAGEMENT INSTRUCTIONAL
4th Semester

Advertising Production (Technologist)

Course type: Technologist Duration: 24 months Mode: On-site
Career

A career in Advertising area is directly linked to creativity, sensitivity and also the diffusion of new products, ideas and business. In terms of market circumstances, both in financial amount, as the volume of content production, advertising is considered one of the largest industries in the world, so the labor market for advertising is quite wide, but competitive and secure mainly in the private sector. Among the numerous possibilities of action, the professional in this area has the possibility of acting in Advertising Agencies, Marketing Companies, Communication Agencies, Video Producers, Audio and Web, among others.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • ART & amp; CULTURE
  • EXPRESSION & amp; COMMUNICATION
  • DESKTOP PUBLISHING
  • SCRIPT STRUCTURE
  • PHOTO
  • AUDIOVISUAL LANGUAGE
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: ADVERTISING PRODUCTION
1st Semester
  • WEB DESIGN
  • PUBLICITARIA PHOTO
  • METHODOLOGY – SCIENCE AND TECHNICAL STANDARDS
  • MERCADOLÓGICOS PRINCIPLES
  • ADVERTISING AUDIOVISUAL PRODUCTION
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: ADVERTISING PRODUCTION
2nd Semester
  • ENTREPRENEURSHIP & amp; SUSTAINABILITY
  • elective
  • PRODUCTION IN 3D – BASIC
  • GRAFICA DIGITAL PRODUCTION
  • PRODUCTION IN RADIO PUBLICITARIA
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN III: ADVERTISING PRODUCTION
3rd Semester
  • PROJECT IN CREATION AND ADVERTISING PRODUCTION
  • PROJECT IN STRATEGIC MARKETING: BRAND MANAGEMENT
  • PROJECT IN MEDIA PLANNING
  • PROJECT IN ADVERTISING TECHNOLOGY IN PRODUCTION
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN IV: ADVERTISING PRODUCTION
  • DESIGN PRODUCTION AUDIO / VIDEO AND PHOTO
4th Semester
Complementary activities throughout the course

Advertising & Propaganda

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

The job market for advertisers is quite competitive, Mainly focused on the private sector. The globalization of the economy has Increased competition among the companies, forcing Them to invest more in advertising. The entrance of large foreign corporations in the country has opened new vacancies for advertisers, BOTH in planning and in customer service and creation. The Internet is another channel generating opportunities and creating new specialties Also in the area.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
CONSUMER BEHAVIOR COMMUNICATION Filmography Filmography
ETHICS IN ADVERTISING AND PROPAGANDA
THE HISTORY OF ART Filmography
INTRODUCTION TO ADVERTISING AND PROPAGANDA
1st Semester
VISUAL COMMUNICATION Filmography
MARKETING BASIC SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY Filmography Filmography
EDITORIAL ADVERTISING Filmography
THEORIES OF COMMUNICATION
2nd Semester
ANTHROPOLOGY AND CULTURE BRAZILIAN CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION Filmography Filmography
DESKTOP PUBLISHING Filmography
ADVANCED MARKETING Filmography
PRODUCTION ADVERTISING IN AUDIO
3rd Semester
HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Filmography
WEB DESIGN MEDIA Filmography Filmography Filmography MARKET RESEARCH
PRODUCTION IN ADVERTISING AUDIOVISUAL
4th Semester
ADVERTISING CREATION Filmography
CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES Filmography
PHOTOGRAPHY Filmography BRAND MANAGEMENT
5th SEMESTER
ADVERTISING PHOTOGRAPHY Filmography Elective Filmography CAMPAIGN PLANNING Filmography
SALES PROMOTION
6th Semester
CREATION CAREER PLANNING STRATEGIES Filmography Filmography Filmography MEDIA PLANNING
EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN: ADVERTISING AND PROPAGANDA
7th Semester
SUPERVISED: ADVERTISING AND PROPAGANDA Filmography
EXPERIMENTAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT: ADVERTISING AND PROPAGANDA Filmography
EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN: CREATION AND PRODUCTION Filmography
EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN: MEDIA PLANNING
8th Semester
SUPPLEMENTARY ACTIVITY – PUBL (SOCIAL COMMUNICATION – ADV & amp; PRO)

Advertising & Propaganda

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-line
Career

The job market for advertisers is quite competitive, Mainly focused on the private sector. The globalization of the economy has Increased competition among the companies, forcing Them to invest more in advertising. The entrance of large foreign corporations in the country has opened new vacancies for advertisers, BOTH in planning and in customer service and creation. The Internet is another channel generating opportunities and creating new specialties Also in the area.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
CONSUMER BEHAVIOR COMMUNICATION Filmography Filmography
ETHICS IN ADVERTISING AND PROPAGANDA
THE HISTORY OF ART Filmography
INTRODUCTION TO ADVERTISING AND PROPAGANDA
1st Semester
VISUAL COMMUNICATION Filmography
MARKETING BASIC SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY Filmography Filmography
EDITORIAL ADVERTISING Filmography
THEORIES OF COMMUNICATION
2nd Semester
ANTHROPOLOGY AND CULTURE BRAZILIAN CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION Filmography Filmography
DESKTOP PUBLISHING Filmography
ADVANCED MARKETING Filmography
PRODUCTION ADVERTISING IN AUDIO
3rd Semester
HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Filmography
WEB DESIGN MEDIA Filmography Filmography Filmography MARKET RESEARCH
PRODUCTION IN ADVERTISING AUDIOVISUAL
4th Semester
ADVERTISING CREATION Filmography
CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES Filmography
PHOTOGRAPHY Filmography BRAND MANAGEMENT
5th SEMESTER
ADVERTISING PHOTOGRAPHY Filmography Elective Filmography CAMPAIGN PLANNING Filmography
SALES PROMOTION
6th Semester
CREATION CAREER PLANNING STRATEGIES Filmography Filmography Filmography MEDIA PLANNING
EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN: ADVERTISING AND PROPAGANDA
7th Semester
SUPERVISED: ADVERTISING AND PROPAGANDA Filmography
EXPERIMENTAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT: ADVERTISING AND PROPAGANDA Filmography
EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN: CREATION AND PRODUCTION Filmography
EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN: MEDIA PLANNING
8th Semester
SUPPLEMENTARY ACTIVITY – PUBL (SOCIAL COMMUNICATION – ADV & amp; PRO)

Radio, TV & Internet

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-line
Career

The radio broadcaster is a versatile professional who Understands the concepts, language and techniques of the activities related to the creation, production, publication and management of radio, TV and Internet programs and projects. There is a strong demand in the market with the emergence of new alternative media such as TVs in public transport and retail outlets, corporate TV, podcasts, radios web, internet video channels and portals, in addition to the recent law Requiring the production and Brazilian airing of programs on cable TV.

There are opportunities to work in producers (events coverage, institutional videos, commercial recording), educational and cultural Institutions, advertising agencies, agencies actor, communication and marketing departments of companies in different sectors, as well as working on projects related to social networks and the digital new media.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • Introduction to Radio
  • Language Music and Sound
  • Script Structure
  • Art and Culture
  • Communication and Expression – online
1st Semester
  • Introduction to TV
  • Audio-Visual Language
  • Writing Techniques
  • Visual Communication
  • Methodology: Science and Technical Standards – online
2nd Semester
  • Photographic Studies – Static and Motion
  • Audio Capture and Editing
  • Writing Practice
  • Art Direction for TV
  • Anthropology and Brazilian Culture – online
3rd Semester
  • Production and Image Capture
  • Direction and Production in Sound Media
  • Semiotics Studies
  • Voiceover and Audiovisual Presentation
  • Human and Social Development – online
4th Semester
  • Cinematography
  • Soundtrack
  • Image Editing
  • Actors Direction
  • Entrepreneurship and Sustainability – online
5th SEMESTER
  • Audiovisual Production for Non-Fiction
  • Programming Strategies for Radio and TV
  • Creation Workshop and Innovation
  • Ethics and Human Basis
  • Optional I
6th Semester
  • Direction on TV and Audiovisual Media
  • Post-production and Completion
  • Experimental Design I
  • Option II
7th Semester
  • Complementary Activities
  • Supervised Internship
  • Experimental Project II – Internet
  • Experimental Project II – Radio
  • Experimental Project II – TV
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Public Relations

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-line
Career

Changes happen in contemporary society increasingly accelerated rate and require professionals able to adapt to different situations, to evolve and to bring about change.

In this context, professional Public Relations has been responsible for corporate and institutional sustainability processes in the management of communication and relationships of organizations with their different stakeholders.

Therefore, this professional must be prepared to develop and coordinate activities related to the management of integrated communications – marketing, internal, administrative and institutional – optimizing the efforts of an organization in building transparent and trustworthy relationships with its stakeholders.

By opting for the career of Public Relations, you will follow a profession regulated by Law No. 53377/67.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
COMMUNICATION Filmography
TEXT STRUCTURE I
HISTORY ART Filmography
VISUAL LANGUAGE Filmography
PLANNING IN PUBLIC RELATIONS I
THEORIES AND TECHNIQUES PUBLIC RELATIONS I
1st Semester
TEXT STRUCTURE IN PUBLIC RELATIONS II |
ETHICS AND AUDIO-VISUAL LANGUAGE LAW Filmography Filmography SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY Filmography
PLANNING IN PUBLIC RELATIONS II |
THEORIES AND TECHNIQUES PUBLIC RELATIONS II
2nd Semester
ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE Filmography
TEXT STRUCTURE FOR PUBLIC RELATIONS III Filmography
Geopolitics INTERNATIONAL Filmography
PLANNING IN PUBLIC RELATIONS III Filmography
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CONTEMPORARY Filmography
COMMUNICATION THEORY I
3rd Semester
HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Filmography
TEXT STRUCTURE FOR PUBLIC RELATIONS IV Filmography
STUDY PHOTOGRAPHIC Filmography
HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC RELATIONS Filmography
PLANNING IN PUBLIC RELATIONS IV Filmography
RELATIONSHIP WITH THE MEDIA I
4th Semester
CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES Filmography
EVENT MANAGEMENT PUBLIC RELATIONS Filmography
MEDIA AND NETWORKS Filmography
RESEARCH IN ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE Filmography
PLANNING IN PUBLIC RELATIONS V Filmography
COMMUNICATION THEORY II
5th SEMESTER
CEREMONIAL IN PUBLIC RELATIONS Filmography
CRISIS MANAGEMENT IN PUBLIC RELATIONS Filmography
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE I Elective Filmography Filmography
PLANNING IN PUBLIC RELATIONS VI
6th Semester
Elective II |
RELATIONSHIP WITH THE MEDIA II |
COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK I: PUBLIC RELATIONS Filmography
TECHNICAL REPORT Filmography
ADVANCED TOPICS IN PUBLIC RELATIONS
7th Semester
SUPERVISED: PUBLIC RELATIONS Filmography
IDENTITY MANAGEMENT IN PUBLIC RELATIONS CAREER PLANNING Filmography Filmography
PRODUCTION MULTIMEDIA Filmography
COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK II: PUBLIC RELATIONS
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Education

Early Childhood Education & Literacy

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

The course is Aimed at professionals graduated:

Professors teaching and other professionals, working in Early Childhood Institutions; Advisors or directors of executive or normative bodies in educational systems; Professionals from government agencies or private entities who are Responsible for planning, managing or controlling education. It Is Also Aimed at professionals graduates in bachelor courses or technology degrees in related areas.

Curriculum

Early Childhood Education & Literacy

1st Semester
LITERACY, Reading and Writing Skills in Early Childhood Education
MATHEMATICS EDUCATION AND EDUCATION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD
CHILDHOOD, DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING
CHILDREN’S LITERATURE

2nd Semester
SCHOOL MANAGEMENT IN EARLY Childhood Education
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
PEDAGOGICAL METHODOLOGIES AND PRACTICES in Early Childhood Education
PSYCHOMOTRICITY GAMES AND EDUCATION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD
TECHNOLOGY IN EARLY Childhood Education

3rd Semester
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION SCHOOL CURRICULUM AND ORGANIZATION
INCLUSIVE EDUCATION
Monograph – EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION & LITERACY
NEUROSCIENCES AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT
Pedagogy of COMPETENCES

Specialization in Educational Psychology

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 12 months Mode: Distance Learning
Career

Many professionals in Psychology, Pedagogy, various Bachelors and other professionals who already work or want to work in education know the specifics that each student has. Thinking about it, the EAD Laureate developed a graduate who will serve in their routine in his career and in his practice, like a glove.

Curriculum

No. Discipline CH
1

Development Logico and Mathematical Thought

32

Sociology of Education

32

psychoeducational evaluation

32

literacy and literacy

32

Option 1

32
2

implications affective and emotional in Learning

32

Educational Special Needs

32

Scientific Methodology

40

Cognitive Processes

32

Educational Psychology

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Option 2

32

Monogr sharpens – Psychology Education

40
Total Curriculum 400

Neuroscience Applied To Education

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

Graduates in bachelor’s or technological degree in related fields. The course is also aimed at teachers, coordinators, directors, supervisors, educational psychologists, psychologists, speech therapists, nurses and other interested parties.

Curriculum

1st Module

Introduction to Neuropedagogia
Introduction to neurophysiology and neurochemistry
Fundamentals of Neurology and Neuroscience
Neuropsicomotricidade and its Development

 

2nd Module

Development and Learning
Neuroscience and Pedagogical Practices
Special Educational Needs
Bioethics and Implications for Neuroscience

 

Module 3

Research methodology
Mind and Brain Case Study
Neuroscience and the use of Information Technology
Guidance Monograph

Educational Psychology

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

Teachers and educators; Psychologists, speech therapists and social workers; other professionals in related fields who have higher education and interest in the subject matter. Graduates in bachelor’s or technological degree in related fields.

Curriculum

1st semester
Cognitive Processes
Psicopedagogía IN THE CONTEXT OF BRAZILIAN EDUCATION
THEORY AND PROCESS OF RESEARCH social-affective
DISORDERS LEARNING

2nd semester
ARTS AND FUNCTIONS THERAPEUTIC
Psicopedagógico I DIAGNOSIS: CLINICAL, INSTITUTIONAL AND BUSINESS
DIAGNOSIS Psicopedagógico II: CLINICAL, INSTITUTIONAL AND BUSINESS
THERAPY psychopedagogical

3rd semester
SUPERVISED: Educational Psychology
CASE STUDY – OVERVIEW: CLINICAL, INSTITUTIONAL AND BUSINESS
RESEARCH PROJECT ORIENTATION – MONOGRAPH
EXPERIENCES PRACTICES psicopedagogía

Portuguese Language Degree

Course type: Teaching Degree Duration: 48 months Mode: Semipresencial, À Distância
Career

Whereas the market Education is booming, and can act in the teaching of elementary school and high school, a strong market and a leading vocations letters professional, you can also work with the advisory texts for companies and publishers in the review of texts and even in language schools. There are also spaces for the production of content for communications products such sites.

Curriculum
Subjects
Course series
  • Supplementary Activity (Letters)
  • Communication (Online)
  • Text Genre Oral and Written
  • History of Education
  • Text Production in Portuguese
  • Developmental Psychology and Learning (Online)
1st Semester
  • Anthropology and Brazilian Culture (Online)
  • Linguistic Diversity and Training of the Portuguese Language (On-Line)
  • Phonetics and phonology of English Language
  • pounds
  • Linguistics (Online)
2nd Semester
  • Teaching I
  • Teaching and Reading Practice
  • Scientific Methodology (Online)
  • Morphology of the Portuguese language
  • Literary Theory (Online)
3rd Semester
  • Human and Social Development (Online)
  • Teaching II
  • Teaching and Practice of Orality & Writing (Online)
  • Portuguese Literature
  • syntax of the Portuguese language
4th Semester
  • Teaching and Grammar Practice
  • Supervised Internship I: Letters
  • Brazilian Literature: Origins to the nineteenth century (Online)
  • Planning and Educational Policy (Online)
  • Teaching Process and Semantic Learning
5th SEMESTER
  • Supervised Internship II: Letters
  • Brazilian Literature: From Modernism To Contemporaneidade
  • Children and Youth Literature (Online)
  • Practice in Multiple Literacies
6th Semester
  • Supervised Internship III: Letters
  • African Portuguese Speaking Literature (Online)
  • Methodology and Practice of English Language
  • Optional
7th Semester
  • Discourse Analysis
  • Education and Diversity (Online)
  • Supervised Internship IV: Letters
  • Educational Technology
8th Semester
Additional activities throughout the course

Pedagogy

Course type: Teaching Degree Duration: 48 months Mode: Semipresencial, Presencial, À Distância
Career

Teaching in early childhood education (such as day care centers and preschools), in the early elementary school grades (1st to 4th grade) and middle level courses, teaching pedagogical subjects;
• Exercise the school principal functions, pedagogical coordinator, school counselor or supervisor;
• To act in the planning, management, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of teaching material and educational projects in school and non school, as educational ambiences companies, public agencies and non
government;
• Implement education policies in school spaces and organs of education systems;
• Develop teaching and research activities, linked to the social, basing their conduct on ethical, political, economic and social principles.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES – (pedagogy)
  • COMMUNICATION
  • EDUCATIONAL PRACTICES
  • PROFESSION AND TEACHER TRAINING
  • SOCIOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION
  • EDUCATION OF SELECTED THEMES
1st Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • CURRICULUM
  • Teaching I
  • HISTORY OF EDUCATION
  • DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY AND LEARNING
2nd Semester
  • LITERACY AND LITERACY
  • EDUCATION AND playfulness
  • EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
  • POUNDS
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
3rd Semester
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • TEACHING II
  • SPECIAL EDUCATION
  • LITERATURE infantojuvenil
  • METHODOLOGY AND PRACTICE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
4th Semester
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • SUPERVISED I: Pedagogy
  • METHODOLOGY AND SCIENCE PRACTICE IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • METHODOLOGY AND HISTORY OF PRACTICE IN BASIC EDUCATION
  • METHODOLOGY AND PORTUGUESE SPEAKING PRACTICE IN BASIC EDUCATION
  • PLANNING AND EDUCATIONAL POLICIES
5th SEMESTER
  • EDUCATION AND SEXUALITY
  • PREPARATION AND PROJECT ANALYSIS
  • ENTREPRENEURSHIP
  • SUPERVISED II: Pedagogy
  • METHODOLOGY AND GEOGRAPHY OF PRACTICE IN BASIC EDUCATION
  • METHODOLOGY AND PRACTICE OF MATHEMATICS IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
6th Semester
  • ART AND EDUCATION
  • YOUTH AND ADULT EDUCATION
  • SUPERVISED III: Pedagogy
  • EDUCATION MANAGEMENT
  • RESEARCH AND PRACTICE TEACHING I
7th Semester
  • SUPERVISED IV: Pedagogy
  • RESEARCH AND EDUCATIONAL PRACTICE II
  • EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG
Subjects Course series
  • ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES – (pedagogy)
  • COMMUNICATION
  • EDUCATIONAL PRACTICES
  • PROFESSION AND TEACHER TRAINING
  • SOCIOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION
  • EDUCATION OF SELECTED THEMES
1st Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • CURRICULUM
  • Teaching I
  • HISTORY OF EDUCATION
  • DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY AND LEARNING
2nd Semester
  • LITERACY AND LITERACY
  • EDUCATION AND playfulness
  • EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
  • POUNDS
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
3rd Semester
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • TEACHING II
  • SPECIAL EDUCATION
  • LITERATURE infantojuvenil
  • METHODOLOGY AND PRACTICE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
4th Semester
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • SUPERVISED I: Pedagogy
  • METHODOLOGY AND SCIENCE PRACTICE IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • METHODOLOGY AND HISTORY OF PRACTICE IN BASIC EDUCATION
  • METHODOLOGY AND PORTUGUESE SPEAKING PRACTICE IN BASIC EDUCATION
  • PLANNING AND EDUCATIONAL POLICIES
5th SEMESTER
  • EDUCATION AND SEXUALITY
  • PREPARATION AND PROJECT ANALYSIS
  • ENTREPRENEURSHIP
  • SUPERVISED II: Pedagogy
  • METHODOLOGY AND GEOGRAPHY OF PRACTICE IN BASIC EDUCATION
  • METHODOLOGY AND PRACTICE OF MATHEMATICS IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
6th Semester
  • ART AND EDUCATION
  • YOUTH AND ADULT EDUCATION
  • SUPERVISED III: Pedagogy
  • EDUCATION MANAGEMENT
  • RESEARCH AND PRACTICE TEACHING I
7th Semester
  • SUPERVISED IV: Pedagogy
  • RESEARCH AND EDUCATIONAL PRACTICE II
  • EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Engineering & Tecnology

Specialization in Information Management

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: Distance Learning
Career

If you want to be an expert in information management focusing on business intelligence through information technology use, EAD Laureate developed a graduate degree in Information Management (Business Intelligence) that will fit both in their plans as in your pocket and in your routine. All this, with the most modern methods in distance education.

Curriculum
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No. Discipline CH
1

Strategy Management

32

Information Technology Management

32

Solutions & Analytics Intelligence Tools

32

Technologies Emerging Information

32

Option 1

32
2

Entrepreneurship

32

People and Leadership Management

32

Scientific Methodology

40

IT Architecture and Business Models

32

Competitive Intelligence and Market< / td>

32

Option 2

32

Working Completion of course

40
Total Curriculum 400

Specialization in Educational Technology Innovation

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 12 months Mode: Distance Learning
Career

The course is aimed at teachers (or graduates in other areas of the humanities), teachers and engineers who wish to better understand and practice the use of innovative technologies, as well as graduates in engineering (or related field) who wish to better understand their pedagogical uses .

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • RATE
  • EDUCATIONAL DESIGN
  • TECHNOLOGY FOUNDATIONS EDUCATIONAL AND EDUCATION DISTANCE
  • MANAGEMENT IN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY AND EDUCATION DISTANCE
  • TUTORING AND TEACHING ON-LINE
1st Semester
  • GAMES SIMULATION AND VIRTUAL WORLDS IN EDUCATION
  • MOBILE LEARNING
  • EDUCATION IN NETWORKS
  • TRENDS IN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY AND EDUCATION DISTANCE
  • E-PORTFOLIO
  • MONOGRAPH – INNOVATION IN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
2nd Semester

Specialization in Electrical Installations

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

professionals graduated in Electrical Engineering in the modalities of Electrical, Electronics, Automation and Control, Telecommunications or Computer and technologists in related fields and that occupy or will occupy Applications functions, Projects, Maintenance and Development in gross electrical installations, commercial and industrial.

Curriculum

1st half:

    Three-phase circuits
    Calculation of electrical networks
    People Management and Leadership
    Facilities I project
    Energy efficiency

2nd semester:

    Switchboard
    substations
    Facilities II projects
    system protection

3rd semester:

    Electric motors
    Scientific research methodology
    Facilities Infrastructure
    Industrial automation
    Facilities III projects

Electrical Installations in monograph

Specialization in Mobile First

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

Professionals with college degrees, as architects, developers, planners, designers, administrators, managers, analysts, journalists, marketers, advertisers, technicians, artists, engineers, economists, agents of the public sector and other stakeholders in improving cross-disciplinary skills arising Design & MOBILE FIRST. Also part of the professional audience with experience in executive positions as managers, business managers and consultants who need to deepen their expertise in the area of ​​FIRST MOBILE, ensuring more creative and humane approaches.

Curriculum

1st Semester

– People Management and Leadership (EAD) – Business Analysis
– Service Design
– User Research
– Content Strategy
– Information Architecture
– Presentation of Projects

2nd Semester

– Scientific Research Methodology (EAD)
– Management of New Media (EAD)
– Design & Visual Interaction
– Development Front-end
– Competitive intelligence
– Technology & Innovation Disruptive
– Mobile Computing: Devices and Applications

3rd Semester

– Monograph – Mobile First

Specialization in Unity 3D Advanced Programming

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

The course is designed for Developers, Designers Game, modelers and animators 3D have interest in an advanced level of the platform. Also, any professionals from other fields who wish to expand their knowledge on the platform.

Candidates must have intermediate knowledge in programming languages, preferably C #.

Curriculum

1 semester

– Game Design
– Production in Games
– Architecture Games with Game Patterns
– Assets Optimization
– People Leadership and Management (EAD)

2˚ Semester

– Lighting and Advanced Render
– Programming Shaders
– Games for Mobile Platforms
– Engine Sound Effects (FMOD)
– UNITY Certification

3˚ Semester

– Artificial Intelligence – Advanced
– Development VR / AR
– Programming Multiplayer
– Scientific Research Methodology (EAD)
– Monograph TCC

MBA – Civil Aviation Management

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

    aviation professionals, pilots, crew and airline staff who wish to deepen the knowledge of management of companies and airlines:
    Graduates in bachelor’s or technologists in related fields.
    Professionals from other fields who wish to enter into administrative segments of companies and airlines;
    Managers who wish to deepen in Management and Business aviation concepts;
    Entrepreneurs who wish to manage with excellence his own airline.

Curriculum

1st semester
Civil Aviation Law
Finance Management
People Management and Leadership
Regulation on Civil Aviation
Operational Safety Management System

2nd semester
Quality of Internal Audit in Aviation
Airspace Control
Economy in Air Transport
Services Management in Aviation
Negotiation

3rd semester
Organizational Culture in Airlines
Management Maintenance and Air Operations
Aviation Marketing
Scientific research methodology
Monograph – Civil Aviation Management
Strategic Planning for Businesses

Planning and Control of Construction Works

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

Who is:
Graduates in bachelor’s or technological degree in related fields. It is also aimed at engineers, particularly civil and production; technologists; geologists; architects and higher education professionals who manage civil works.

Curriculum

1st Module

Organizational Management
Costs management
Project management
Works Planning

2nd Module

Environmental impacts
Workplace safety
Contract arrangements
Economic and Financial Management
Scientific research methodology

Module 3

Risk Management and Insurance
Computational tools
Contract administration and Lawsuits
Quality Systems

Monograph or Work Course Conclusion

Airport Planning and Management

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

Graduates in bachelor’s or technological degree in related fields. graduates, preferably in Civil Aviation Area or Aeronautical Sciences, Civil Engineering, Transport, Business Administration and Economics, with expertise in the aviation area.

Curriculum

1st Semester
RIGHT OF THE INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION
AIR TRANSPORT ECONOMY
STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR AIRPORTS
AIR TRANSPORT SYSTEM
INTERNAL AUDIT QUALITY

2nd Semester
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
DIRECTORS OF AIRPORT INFRASTRUCTURE PLANS
OPERATIONAL SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
FREIGHT TERMINALS AIR

3rd Semester
ADMINISTRATIVE AND LEGAL AIRPORT
SERVICES AND MARKETING MANAGEMENT
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
MONOGRAPH – PLANNING AND AIRPORTS MANAGEMENT
AIR NAVIGATION AND OPERATING YOUR SAFETY

Flight Safety

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

    Professionals who are acting directly or indirectly in operational or managerial activities in the area Aerospace and want to improve their knowledge to a managerial and strategic vision of the Flight Safety;
    Pilots, instructors, mechanics, flight attendants, dispatchers operating and other professionals working in the aviation industry, directly or indirectly;
    Professionals in the areas of Risk Management, Safety, engineers, professionals in the health areas, Insurance;
    Teachers who want to deepen their knowledge in the management of the branch Safety and Aeronautical sector;
    Graduates who seek to expand opportunities in the labor market.

Curriculum

1st Semester
HUMAN FACTOR: OPERATIONS, PHYSIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL
FUNDAMENTALS OF FLIGHT SAFETY
AVIATION LEGISLATION, AVIATION LAW AND RESEARCH
SPECIAL TOPICS OF ACCIDENT RESEARCH AIRCRAFT

2nd Semester
SPOILER OPERATIONS – AIRPLANES AND HELICOPTERS
CRISIS MANAGEMENT
AIRPORT INFRASTRUCTURE AND SECURITY
MAINTENANCE AND CERTIFICATION
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

3rd Semester
INTERNAL AUDIT QUALITY
MONOGRAPH – FLIGHT SAFETY
AIR TRAFFIC SAFETY
SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM – SMS
OPERATING SYSTEM SECURITY MANAGEMENT – SGSO

Advanced Training in Cross–Platform Mobile Applications

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 12 months
Career

Professionals in the software development area and game development field who want to improve their knowledge in the field of mobile applications.

Curriculum

1st Semester

    Hybrid App Development with HTML5
    Software Engineering and Agile Methodology
    Programming Java for Android and Monetization

2nd Semester

    Mobile Solutions Architecture
    Android App Development with
    Hybrid App Development with Xamarin
    Monograph – Mobile Apps

Advanced Training in Big Data – Management and Database

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 12 months
Career

Graduates operating in the market such as data analysts, systems analysts, business analysts, requirements analysts, database Analysts, Statisticians, Enterprise Administrators, Managers, Managers, among others.

Curriculum

1st Semester

    Data Architecture
    Bank of NoSQL data
    Leadership Management I
    Strategic Business Management

2nd Semester

    Leadership Management II
    Data Governance
    Monograph – Management and Database
    Prediction Data Mining
    Data Security

Advanced Training in Big Data – Implementation and Analysis

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 12 months
Career

Graduates operating in the market such as data analysts, systems analysts, business analysts, requirements analysts, database Analysts, Statisticians, Enterprise Administrators, Managers, Managers, among others.

Curriculum

1st Semester:

    Internet of Things
    Research Methods I
    Parallel processing
    Statistical programming

2nd Semester:

    Correlation Analysis
    Machine Learning
    Scientific Methodology II
    Monograph – Implementation and Analysis
    Semantic web

Advanced Training in Mobile Games Development

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 12 months
Career

Professionals in the software development area and game development field who want to improve their knowledge in the field of mobile applications.

Curriculum

1st Semester

    – Android Development and Cloud Computing
    – Mobile Games Development
    – Introduction to Game Concepts

2nd Semester

    Android With IOT and Warables
    Games Development with Augmented Reality
    Thinking Design and User Experience
    Monograph – Games Development for Mobile

Software Engineering

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

 Graduates in bachelor’s or technological degree in related fields. Graduates professionals working in the areas of computing, administration and engineering, such as systems analysts, business requirements, organization and methods, developers, software designers, business administrators, managers or project coordinators.

Curriculum

1st Semester
• Software Development Processes
• Agile Models for Software Development
• Requirements Engineering
• Techniques for Identification Requirements
• Business Analysis
• Requirements Modeling
• Scientific Research Methodology

2nd Semester
• Software Architecture
• Software Quality Management
• Software Metrics
• Software Process Maturity
• Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
• Project management

3rd Semester
• Process Modeling (BPM)
• Special Topics in Software Engineering
• Completion of course work

Specialization in Big Data

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months
Career

Graduates operating in the market such as data analysts, systems analysts, business analysts, requirements analysts, database Analysts, Statisticians, Enterprise Administrators, Managers, Managers, among others.

Curriculum

1st Semester

    Data Architecture
    Bank of NoSQL data
    Leadership Management I
    Strategic Business Management
    Internet of Things
    Research Methods I
    Parallel processing
    Statistical programming

2nd Semester

    Correlation Analysis
    Machine Learning
    Leadership Management II
    Data Governance
    Scientific Methodology II
    Prediction Data Mining
    Data Security
    Semantic web

Monograph – Big Data

Specialization in Control and Automation

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

graduates in Electrical Engineering of the methods of electrical engineering, electronics, automation and control, telecommunications or computing and technologists in related areas.

Curriculum

1st semester

    Principles of Automation and Sensing
    Control and Process Automation
    People Management and Leadership
    Supervisory systems
    Applied Programming Automation

2nd semester

    Industrial automation
    robotics
    Instrumentation
    Drivers networks

3rd semester

    Communication Protocols
    Scientific research methodology
    Hydraulic and Pneumatic Actuators
    Modeling and Industrial Process Simulation
    Application Microncontroladores

Monograph in Industrial Automation

Specialization in Tunneling Engineering

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months
Career

The course is designed for newly graduated engineers, especially of Civil and Environmental qualifications who work in design, construction, operation and maintenance of underground works.

Curriculum

1st Module:

    Engineering Geology 16h
    Constructive aspects tunnels 32h
    Project Management (Online) 24
    Soil Mechanics 24
    Mechanical probes 24

2nd Module:

    Geophysical testing 24
    Impacts to the Environment (Online) 24
    Containment and Treatment of Massive 16h
    Rating Geomechanics 32h
    Mechanized Tunneling 24

3rd Module

    Wells and Emboques 24
    Methodology of Scientific Research (Online) 24
    Instrumentation Tunnels 32h
    waterproofing 16h
    Risk Management 24

Monograph – Technical Article

Civil Aviation

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 36 months Mode: On-site
Career

The job market for civil aviation professional is very promising and the absorption of students to meet the demand in the administrative area of ​​the sector is increasingly high.

The current airport scenery has received investments on a large scale. However, to meet the needs of this segment, and is specialized in piloting aircraft, the professional must have extensive knowledge of the airport administrative routine.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE OF PRIVATE PILOT JET
  • TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE OF PRIVATE PILOT HELICOPTER
  • AVIATION METEOROLOGY: PRIVATE PILOT
  • AIR NAVIGATION: PRIVATE PILOT
  • AIR TRAFFIC REGULATIONS: PRIVATE PILOT
  • THEORY OF PRIVATE PILOT PLANE FLIGHT
  • THEORY OF PRIVATE PILOT HELICOPTER FLIGHT
1st Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • COMMUNICATION
  • AVIATION LAW
  • phraseology AERONÁUTICA
  • MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS Aeronautical
  • HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN AVIATION
  • HEALTH IN AVIATION
2nd Semester
  • TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE OF COMMERCIAL PILOT JET
  • TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE OF COMMERCIAL PILOT HELICOPTER
  • AVIATION METEOROLOGY: COMMERCIAL PILOT
  • AIR NAVIGATION: COMMERCIAL PILOT
  • AIR TRAFFIC REGULATIONS: COMMERCIAL PILOT
  • THEORY OF COMMERCIAL PILOT PLANE FLIGHT
  • THEORY OF COMMERCIAL PILOT HELICOPTER FLIGHT
3rd Semester
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • AIR TRANSPORT ECONOMY
  • LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT IN AVIATION
  • ENGLISH FOR AVIATION I
  • Elective I
  • PLANNING AIR TRANSPORT
  • accident prevention AERO I
4th Semester
  • AIRPORTS MANAGEMENT
  • FLEET MANAGEMENT IN AVIATION
  • ENGLISH FOR AVIATION II
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
  • Elective II
  • ACCIDENT PREVENTION AERO II
  • PSYCHOLOGY APPLIED TO AVIATION
5th SEMESTER
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • EMERGENCY AND SURVIVAL
  • PRICE MANAGEMENT IN AVIATION
  • AIRLINE PILOT
  • PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
  • INTEGRATED PROJECT: CIVIL AVIATION
  • OPERATIONAL SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • AIR TRAFFIC INTERNATIONAL
6th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Computer Sciences

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

The Bachelor of Computer Science is the professional who prepares the most diverse software, from management systems to applications for web and mobile. For this professional, the labor market is quite wide, offering performance opportunities in industry, banks, shops, hospitals and in various places that require the automation of their business.

In addition, he is responsible for assisting users and companies in the acquisition of equipment and software that meet the most different needs. For this reason, it may also act in the areas of advisory and consulting firms.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • COMMUNICATION
  • CONSTRUCTION OF ALGORITHMS
  • EXACT SCIENCES BASICS
  • INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER
  • DIGITAL SYSTEMS
1st Semester
  • COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND ARCHITECTURE
  • DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS
  • PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
  • PROGRAMMING PRACTICES
2nd Semester
  • LINEAR ALGEBRA AND VECTOR
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
  • DATA STRUCTURE
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: COMPUTER SCIENCE
  • TECHNICAL PROGRAMMING
3rd Semester
  • DATABASE
  • PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES PARADIGMS
  • SEARCH, SORT AND STORAGE TECHNICAL
  • PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
  • OPERATING SYSTEMS
4th Semester
  • WEB SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • MODELING SYSTEMS
  • DESIGN AND DATABASE ADMINISTRATION
  • TOPICS IN MATH
5th SEMESTER
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Introduction to Graph Theory
  • MICROPROCESSOR AND MICROCONTROLLERS
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: COMPUTER SCIENCE
  • COMPUTER NETWORKS
6th Semester
  • MOBILE COMPUTING
  • Elective I
  • DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS
  • THEORY OF COMPUTING AND FORMAL LANGUAGES AND AUTOMATA
  • course completion WORK I: COMPUTER SCIENCE
7th Semester
  • COMPILER
  • COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND VIRTUAL REALITY
  • STAGE COURSE: Computer Science
  • PROJECT MANAGEMENT
  • Elective II
  • QUALITY AND SOFTWARE TEST
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
  • course completion WORK II: COMPUTER SCIENCE
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Environmental & Sanitary Engineering

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 60 months Mode: On-site
Career

Growing concern with sustainable growth, coupled with the need for responsible use of natural resources and the search for engineering solutions that minimize impacts on the environment requires professionals with solid training in the field of Environmental Management and Technologies.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • ENGINEERING ACTIVITIES
  • COMMUNICATION
  • TECHNICAL DRAWING
  • EXACT SCIENCES BASICS
  • COMPUTING APPLIED
  • PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
1st Semester
  • LINEAR ALGEBRA AND VECTOR
  • DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS
  • GRAPHICAL EXPRESSION OF PROJECTS
  • GENERAL PHYSICS
  • GENERAL MECHANICS
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
2nd Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • INTEGRAL CALCULUS
  • APPLIED PHYSICS TO ENGINEERING
  • APPLIED CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
  • ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
3rd Semester
  • CLIMATOLOGY
  • LAW AND ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
  • NUMERICAL METHODS
  • PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
  • ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMICAL
4th Semester
  • MATERIALS SCIENCE
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • TRANSPORT PHENOMENA
  • FUNDAMENTALS OF SURVEYING AND MAPPING
  • ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
5th SEMESTER
  • GEOLOGY AND SOIL MECHANICS
  • HYDRAULIC
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
  • RESISTANCE OF MATERIALS
  • HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
6th Semester
  • INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • ENGINEERING GEOLOGY AND FIELD TESTS
  • Hydrology and Water Resources
  • SANITATION
7th Semester
  • PROJECT MANAGEMENT
  • IMPACTS, STUDIES AND ENVIRONMENTAL CERTIFICATION
  • GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM
  • SUPPLY SYSTEMS AND WATER TREATMENT
8th Semester
  • Elective I
  • Degraded AREAS RECOVERY
  • SOLID WASTE
  • sanitariness AND WASTE WATER TREATMENT
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK I: ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
9th SEMESTER
  • STAGE COURSE: ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
  • ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT
  • MONITORING AND RISK MANAGEMENT
  • Elective II
  • CLEANER PRODUCTION
  • Special Topics in Environmental Engineering
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK II: ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
10th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Computer Engineering

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 60 months Mode: On-site
Career

The course of Computer Engineering Anhembi Morumbi offers students the necessary tools to become professionals able to develop new products and solutions involving software and hardware. In addition, formed professional will be prepared for the management of communications infrastructures.

    Work in the field of computer systems, related equipment, programs and inter-relationships;
    Optimize, plan, design, specify, adapt, install, maintain and operate computer systems;
    Integrate physical and logical resources necessary for the development of systems, equipment and computing devices, such as computers, peripherals, network equipment, mobile phone, embedded systems and microprocessor and microcontroller electronics;
    Coordinate and supervise work teams;
    Conduct scientific and technological research and studies of technical and economic feasibility;
    Execute and supervise works and technical services;
    Perform inspections, surveys and valuations, issuing reports and opinions.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • COMMUNICATION
  • CONSTRUCTION OF ALGORITHMS
  • EXACT SCIENCES BASICS
  • INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER
  • DIGITAL SYSTEMS
1st Semester
  • COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND ARCHITECTURE
  • DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS
  • PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
  • PRACTICE OF DIGITAL SYSTEMS
2nd Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • INTEGRAL CALCULUS
  • DATA STRUCTURE
  • GENERAL PHYSICS
  • CHEMISTRY AND TECHNOLOGY OF MATERIALS
3rd Semester
  • LINEAR ALGEBRA AND VECTOR
  • TECHNICAL DRAWING
  • GENERAL MECHANICS
  • SEARCH, SORT AND STORAGE TECHNICAL
  • PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: COMPUTER ENGINEERING
4th Semester
  • CALCULATION APPLIED TO ENGINEERING
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
  • ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT
  • OPERATING SYSTEMS
5th SEMESTER
  • ALTERNATE CURRENT ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
  • ENGINEERING AND SOFTWARE MODELING
  • TRANSPORT PHENOMENA
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: COMPUTER ENGINEERING
  • HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
  • TECHNICAL PROGRAMMING
6th Semester
  • DATABASE
  • ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTROMAGNETICS
  • COMPUTER NETWORKS
7th Semester
  • CONTROL AND AUTOMATION
  • PROJECT MANAGEMENT
  • MICROPROCESSOR AND MICROCONTROLLERS
  • TELECOM
8th Semester
  • Elective I
  • DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
  • DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS
  • EMBEDDED SYSTEMS
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK I: COMPUTER ENGINEERING
9th SEMESTER
  • STAGE CURRICULUM: COMPUTER ENGINEERING
  • Elective II
  • ROBOTICS
  • IMAGE SYSTEMS
  • THEORY OF COMPUTING AND FORMAL LANGUAGES AND AUTOMATA
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK II: COMPUTER ENGINEERING
10th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Production Engineering

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 60 months Mode: On-site
Career

The labor market for the production engineer shown very promising because of the constant need for companies to control the workflow, increase productivity and operational efficiency.

Part of the routine of this professional improve the integration of labor, raw material and equipment, focusing on optimization and financial controls, working in a creative and innovative way. The professional area is eclectic and can work in companies in the industrial sector, services and financial. As an example may be mentioned industries linked to the automotive industry, consumer goods, food, consulting in various areas, banks and financial institutions.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • ENGINEERING ACTIVITIES
  • COMMUNICATION
  • TECHNICAL DRAWING
  • EXACT SCIENCES BASICS
  • COMPUTING APPLIED
1st Semester
  • LINEAR ALGEBRA AND VECTOR
  • DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS
  • GRAPHICAL EXPRESSION OF PROJECTS
  • GENERAL PHYSICS
  • GENERAL MECHANICS
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
2nd Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • INTEGRAL CALCULUS
  • APPLIED PHYSICS TO ENGINEERING
  • ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT
  • APPLIED CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
3rd Semester
  • DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
  • PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
  • PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS
  • INFORMATION AND MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
  • MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY
4th Semester
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • WORK ENGINEERING
  • APPLIED STATISTICS
  • TRANSPORT PHENOMENA
  • DESIGN AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  • RESISTANCE OF MATERIALS
5th SEMESTER
  • MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT
  • QUALITY MANAGEMENT
  • INTEGRATED LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT
  • OPERATIONAL RESEARCH
  • HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
6th Semester
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • QUALITY ENGINEERING
  • PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT
  • OPERATIONAL RESEARCH APPLIED
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: PRODUCTION ENGINEERING
7th Semester
  • ECONOMIC ENGINEERING
  • PROJECT MANAGEMENT
  • OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: PRODUCTION ENGINEERING
  • SIMULATION AND MODELS
8th Semester
  • EVALUATION OF STRATEGIC MARKETS
  • SUPPLY CHAIN ​​MANAGEMENT
  • PRODUCTION SYSTEMS COST MANAGEMENT
  • Elective I
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK I: PRODUCTION ENGINEERING
9th SEMESTER
  • STAGE CURRICULUM: MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING
  • STRATEGY AND ORGANIZATION
  • FEASIBILITY STUDY PROJECTS ECONOMIC
  • Elective II
  • FACTORY DESIGN
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN PRODUCTION ENGINEERING
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK II: PRODUCTION ENGINEERING
10th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Electrical Engineering

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 60 months Mode: On-site
Career

An electrical engineer devises development, implementation and supervision projects, working in electronics, automation, telecommunications, computing and energy generation areas.

As well as opportunities in utility concessionaires, professionals graduated in Electrical Engineering are able to work in telecommunication companies (from cell phone factories to communication systems operators), equipment industries, automation, engine and generator manufacturers, and consultancies or in information technology service providing companies .

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • ENGINEERING ACTIVITIES
  • COMMUNICATION
  • TECHNICAL DRAWING
  • EXACT SCIENCES BASICS
  • DIGITAL SYSTEMS
1st Semester
  • ALGORITHMS AND PROGRAMMING
  • DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS
  • GRAPHICAL EXPRESSION OF PROJECTS
  • GENERAL PHYSICS
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
2nd Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • INTEGRAL CALCULUS
  • APPLIED PHYSICS TO ENGINEERING
  • MICROPROCESSOR AND MICROCONTROLLERS
  • CHEMISTRY AND TECHNOLOGY OF MATERIALS
3rd Semester
  • LINEAR ALGEBRA AND VECTOR
  • FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
  • GENERAL MECHANICS
  • NUMERICAL METHODS
  • PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
  • INTEGRATED PROJECT I: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
  • RESISTANCE OF MATERIALS
4th Semester
  • CALCULATION APPLIED TO ENGINEERING
  • ALTERNATE CURRENT ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • TRANSPORT PHENOMENA
  • ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT
5th SEMESTER
  • ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS
  • FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTROMAGNETICS
  • INTEGRATED PROJECT II: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
  • HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
  • ADVANCED TOPICS IN ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
6th Semester
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • APPLIED ELECTROMAGNETICS
  • APPLIED ELECTRONICS
  • FOUNDATIONS OF ENERGY CONVERSION
  • COMMUNICATION PRINCIPLES
7th Semester
  • APPLIED ENERGY CONVERSION
  • POWER ELECTRONICS
  • PROJECT MANAGEMENT
  • COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
8th Semester
  • Electrotechnics
  • servomechanism FOUNDATIONS
  • Elective I
  • DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
  • COURSE FINAL PAPER I: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
9th SEMESTER
  • INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
  • INTERNSHIP: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
  • Elective II
  • DIGITAL MUSEUMS
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN ELECTRIC ENGINEERING
  • COURSE FINAL PAPER II: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
10th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Mechanical Engineering

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 60 months Mode: On-site
Career

Apply the basic sciences in the design, construction, testing, maintenance and operation of mechanical, facing multidisciplinary and multifunctional aspects of engineering problems, from technical aspects to economic, social and environmental implications; coordinate and supervise work teams focused on energy renewable, as a consultant, developer in large companies or NGOs; Conducting evaluations, issuing reports and technical advice.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • ENGINEERING ACTIVITIES
  • COMMUNICATION
  • TECHNICAL DRAWING
  • EXACT SCIENCES BASICS
  • COMPUTING APPLIED
1st Semester
  • LINEAR ALGEBRA AND VECTOR
  • DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS
  • GRAPHICAL EXPRESSION OF PROJECTS
  • GENERAL PHYSICS
  • GENERAL MECHANICS
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
2nd Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • INTEGRAL CALCULUS
  • WORK ENGINEERING
  • APPLIED PHYSICS TO ENGINEERING
  • PROGRAMMING LOGIC
  • APPLIED CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
3rd Semester
  • DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
  • ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT
  • PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
  • PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS
  • MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY
4th Semester
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • TRANSPORT PHENOMENA
  • MECHANICAL FORMING PROCESSES
  • RESISTANCE OF MATERIALS
  • mechatronic systems
5th SEMESTER
  • MACHINES ELEMENTS
  • MANUFACTURING ASSISTED BY COMPUTER
  • HYDRAULIC MACHINES
  • APPLIED MATERIALS RESISTANCE
  • HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
6th Semester
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • MECHANISMS OF ELEMENTS
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
  • hydropneumatic SYSTEM
  • Thermodynamics
7th Semester
  • PROJECT MANAGEMENT
  • MECHANICAL VIBRATING
  • MECHANISMS DESIGN
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
  • THERMAL SYSTEMS
8th Semester
  • TRANSPORT MACHINERY
  • THERMAL MACHINES
  • Elective I
  • REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK I: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
9th SEMESTER
  • STAGE CURRICULUM: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
  • MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT AND SAFETY
  • PRODUCTION AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT
  • Elective II
  • VEHICULAR TECHNOLOGY
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK II: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
10th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Information Technology Management (Technologist)

Course type: Technologist Duration: 30 months Mode: Semipresencial, Presencial, À Distância
Career

Coming soon.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • Complementary Activities: IT Management
  • Communication
  • Algorithms Construction
  • Management Fundamentals I
  • Basic Computer
  • Mathematics
  • Theory of Information Systems
1st Semester
  • Anthropology and Brazilian Culture
  • Architecture and Computer Organization
  • Programming Language
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Management Information Systems
2nd Semester
  • Human and Social Development
  • Management Fundamentals II
  • Business Process Modeling
  • Systems Modeling
  • Operating Systems
3rd Semester
  • Database
  • Contemporary Challenges
  • Project Management
  • Governance of Information Technology
  • Integrated Project I: IT Management
  • Computer Networks
4th Semester
  • Data Management
  • Curriculum Stage: IT Management
  • Optional
  • Decision-Making Support Systems and Decision Processes
  • Design and Database Management
  • Integrated Project II: IT Management
  • Security and Systems Audit
  • Special Topics in IT Management
5th SEMESTER
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Information Systems

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

Professional Information Systems is responsible for developing and managing software projects, databases, computer networks, auditing, system security, and is an important agent in the process of decision-making in business. It is one of the areas that have most distinguished themselves in the labor market, offering good opportunities for professionals. The Bachelor of Information Systems has an outstanding performance in the market of information technology, assuming important roles in companies such as Project Manager, Auditor, Database Administrator, Business Analyst, Business Analyst, among others.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • COMMUNICATION
  • CONSTRUCTION OF ALGORITHMS
  • Mathematics
  • DIGITAL SYSTEMS
  • INFORMATION SYSTEMS THEORY
1st Semester
  • COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND ARCHITECTURE
  • DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS
  • MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS I
  • PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
2nd Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
  • DATA STRUCTURE
  • PROGRAMMING LAB
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: INFORMATION SYSTEMS
3rd Semester
  • DATABASE
  • MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS II
  • SEARCH, SORT AND STORAGE TECHNICAL
  • PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
  • OPERATING SYSTEMS
4th Semester
  • WEB SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • MODELING SYSTEMS
  • DESIGN AND DATABASE ADMINISTRATION
  • MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
5th SEMESTER
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • BUSINESS PROCESSES AND MODELING
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: INFORMATION SYSTEMS
  • COMPUTER NETWORKS
6th Semester
  • DATA MANAGEMENT
  • PROJECT MANAGEMENT
  • Elective I
  • DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK I: INFORMATION SYSTEMS
7th Semester
  • STAGE CURRICULUM: INFORMATION SYSTEMS
  • INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN GOVERNANCE
  • Elective II
  • DECISION MAKING PROCESSES AND DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS
  • SAFETY SYSTEMS AND AUDIT
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK II: INFORMATION SYSTEMS
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

System Analysis & Development (Technologist)

Course type: Technologist Duration: 30 months Mode: On-site, Partially on-site, Distance Learning
Career

The Course of Technology in System Analysis & Development at the University Anhembi Morumbi has an excellent infrastructure, and partnerships with companies that facilitate the integration of students into the labor market, also uses support materials that support and training to some of the main , certifications in technology.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • Complementary Activities: Analysis and Systems Development
  • Communication
  • Algorithms Construction
  • Introduction to Computer
  • Mathematics
  • Integrated Project I: Analysis and Systems Development
  • Digital Systems
  • Theory of Information Systems
1st Semester
  • Anthropology and Brazilian Culture
  • Architecture and Computer Organization
  • Software Engineering
  • Programming Language
  • Programming Practices
2nd Semester
  • Database
  • Human and Social Development
  • Data Structure
  • Systems Modeling
  • Operating Systems
3rd Semester
  • Contemporary Challenges
  • Software Development for Web
  • Search, Sorting and Storage Techniques
  • Design and Database Management
  • Computer Networks
4th Semester
  • Mobile Computing
  • Curriculum Stage: Analysis and Systems Development
  • Project Management
  • Optional
  • Integrated Project II: Analysis and Systems Development
  • Quality and Software Testing
  • Distributed Systems
  • Special Topics in Systems Analysis and Development
5th SEMESTER
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Health Science

Veterinary Dermatology

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months
Career

The course prepares you to:

    Perform the differential diagnosis of the most common skin diseases;
    precisely indicate different diagnostic methods;
    Knowing and accurately identify the different treatment modalities in veterinary dermatology;
    Perform differential diagnosis and therapy of endocrine disorders;
    Display precisely chemotherapy protocols cutaneous oncology;
    Perform dermatologic surgery procedures and cryotherapy.

Curriculum
Subjects
Course series
  • Physiological Aspects, Structural and Examination Clinical Dermatology
  • Dermatitis Parasitic and Mycotic
  • Dermatological Care Practices I
1st Semester
  • Dermatitis Allergy and Bacterial
  • Immune-mediated Skin
  • Dermatologic Oncology
  • Practice Care Dermatological II
2nd Semester
  • genodermatoses and Endocrinopathies with Integumentary Reflections
  • Otology
  • Customer Practices Dermatological III
  • Special Procedures in Dermatology
  • Projects in Veterinary Dermatology
3rd Semester

Obstetric Nursing

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months
Career

The course is aimed at graduates in Nursing and have interest in upgrading or delving into the nursing techniques focused on obstetrics.

Curriculum

1st semester

Women’s Health Assistance
People Management and Leadership
prenatal Assistance
Prenatal Care Practices

2nd Semester

Scientific research methodology
Puerperal and Perinatal Care
Childbirth Assistance
Obstetric emergencies
Practices Perinatal and Postnatal

3rd Semester

Monograph – Obstetric

Specialization in Veterinary Cytopathology

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 24 months Mode: On-site
Career

The course is intended only for graduates in Veterinary Medicine.

Curriculum

1st semester
Biology and Cell Cycle
Basic cytopathology
carcinogenesis

2nd semester
Cytology and Histology, Comparative
People Management and Leadership
Degeneration and inflammation
Cytopathology of Layers

3rd semester
Scientific research methodology
cytopathology Glandular
Cytopathology of the lymphoid organs
Cytology Reproduction

4th semester
Quality management
Respiratory Cytopathology
Cytopathology in Wild Animals
Cytopathology Digestive
Monograph – Veterinary Cytopathology

Specialization in Nursing Teaching

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 12 months Mode: Distance Learning
Career

This course should be done by the professional who want to act as a teacher in high school, technical and higher, having developed the skills necessary to act in the continuing education of health institutions.

With the increasing demand of the health field by qualified professionals, more and more educational institutions looking for professionals who are able to instruct and educate properly the adult student who wishes to work in this area of ​​great importance and social responsibility. Thinking about it, the EAD Laureate developed postgraduate distance in Teaching Nursing, which will fit in your plans in your routine and in your pocket.

Curriculum

No. Discipline CH
1

Study Methodology

32

Sociology of Education

32

public Policy of Education and Health in Brazil

32

Health Education area

32

Option 1

32
2

Education Legislation

32

Special Educational Needs< / td>

32

Scientific Methodology

40

Continuing Education in Nursing

32

Active methodologies

32

Option 2

32

monograph – Teaching In Enferm act

40
Total Curriculum 400< / td>

Specialization in Nursing Management

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 12 months Mode: Distance Learning
Career

Currently, with the great demand for quality health care and without risks to patients and families, the search for professionals in healthcare management has been increasingly frequent.

Thus, the Nursing Management course gives nurses the opportunity to expand their knowledge, skills and attitudes in the management area, for the development of skills and qualifications for professional practice, respecting the ethical principles in the various units and nursing services .

The course also provides grants for the effective and efficient participation of nurses in the areas of Marketing, Cost, Audit, Business Plan, Human Resources, Quality of Service and other tools that will make the difference in the workplace. Thus, the Nursing Manager will become able to manage the nursing process in an integrated way, since their advice is committed both to the financial results of the institution, participating in organizational decisions and aligning strategic planning, as with the comprehensive care, contributing to a better quality in health care.

Curriculum

No. Discipline CH
1

Innovation Strategies in Health Services

32

Resource Management and Process

32

Strategic Management of Nursing Services

32

Nursing Management Models

32

Option 1

32
2

Quality Management and Patient Safety

32

People management and Leadership

32

Scientific Methodology

40

Health Marketing

32

assistance Management

40

Option 2

32

Monograph – Management Nursing

40
Total Curriculum 408

Specialization in Medicine of Wild and Exotic Animals

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 24 months Mode: On-site
Career

The course is aimed at veterinarians enrolled in the Regional Council of Veterinary Medicine (CRMV) and have interest in upgrading or delving into the medical techniques geared to exotic and wild animals.

Curriculum

1ST HALF

GENERAL IN WILD MEDICINE
INVERTEBRATES AND FISH
Amphibians and reptiles

2nd SEMESTER
POULTRY COMPANY
ORNAMENTAL BIRDS
I TERRESTRIAL MAMMALS

3rd SEMESTER
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
II TERRESTRIAL MAMMALS
MARINE MAMMALS
SPECIAL TOPICS IN wildlife

4th SEMESTER
PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION IN VETERINARY
INTEGRATED IN CLINICAL wildlife
ANIMAL PRACTICE IN WILD
MONOGRAPH: WILD ANIMAL MEDICINE AND EXOTIC

Specialization in Neuropsychology

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 24 months Mode: On-site
Career

Psychologists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, pedagogues, educational psychologists.

Curriculum

Module 1: Introductory Concepts in Neuropsychology and Brain Development

– Neuroscience applied to neuropsychology
– historical and contemporary aspects of contemporary neuropsychology
– Neuropsychological assessment
– Neurodevelopment
– Neuroanatomy and anatomo-functional correlation
– Aging brain: clinical and biological aspects
– Neuroimaging tests targeted neuropsychological practice

Module 2: Cognition – Concepts, changes and evaluation methods

– Attention, its dysfunctions and evaluation methods
– Executive functions, its dysfunctions and evaluation methods
– visual functions, its dysfunctions and evaluation methods
– Praxis, its dysfunctions and evaluation methods
– Language, its dysfunctions, evaluation methods
– central auditory processing
– Learning and memory dysfunction and evaluation methods
– intellectual functions, changes and evaluation methods

Module 3: neurological diseases, psychiatric and neurosurgical of childhood and adolescence – clinical symptoms, diagnostic criteria, cognitive disorders and therapeutic

– Premature
– microcephaly
– juvenile epilepsy
– neurosurgical disorders of childhood and adolescence
– Anesthesia and cognitive changes
– Psychiatric disorders of childhood and adolescence
– Learning Disorders
– Intellectual Disability
– attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
– Autism Spectrum Disorder

Specialization in Nutrition Therapy and Clinical Nutrition

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: Distance Learning
Career

The Postgraduate Diploma in Nutritional Therapy in the distance is aimed at graduates in Nutrition, Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy unable to attend specialized programs in person.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • Principles of Nutrition and Professional Ethics
  • Nutrition and Pharmacology Physiology
  • Nutritional Assessment, Metabolic and Nutritional Requirements
  • Enteral Nutrition Therapy
  • Parenteral Nutrition Therapy
  • Scientific Research Methodology
1st Semester
  • Nutritional Therapy in Nutritional Disorders
  • Nutritional Therapy in Age limits
  • Nutritional Therapy in Disorders: Neurologic and Renal
  • Nutritional Therapy in Digestive apparatus diseases
  • Nutritional Therapy in Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Digestive Fistulas
2nd Semester
  • Nutrition Therapy and Transplantation Shortcomings I
  • Nutrition Therapy and Transplantation Shortcomings II
  • Nutritional Therapy in Critical patients, Burned and Healing
  • Nutritional Therapy in Cancer
  • Work Completion Course
3rd Semester Total hours 432h

Aesthetics In Pre and Post-Medical Procedures

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months
Career

The graduated course is intended for professionals who work directly or Indirectly in activities in the Health, Beauty and Well-being and areas who intend to Improve Their knowledge for an integrated and multidisciplinary vision.

It is Also Aimed at teachers who wish to further Develop Their knowledge and graduate students who seek opportunities in the labor market.

Curriculum

1ST HALF
AESTHETIC ASSISTANCE IN PRE- AND POST-OPERATIVE
SKIN pathophysiology
REPAIRING TECHNOLOGY
AESTHETIC THERAPY APPLIED IN SURGERY

2nd SEMESTER
ADDITIONAL IN MEDICINE APPROACH
ADVANCED AESTHETIC APPROACH
REPAIRING COSMETIC
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

3rd SEMESTER
AESTHETIC EXPERTISE IN HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
Multidisciplinary EXPERTISE IN Endocrinology and Metabolism
Monograph – AESTHETICS IN PRE- AND POST-MEDICAL PROCEDURES
ADVANCED AESTHETIC PRACTICES
ADDITIONAL AESTHETIC Therapies

Dermatofunctional Physiotherapy

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months
Career

It is aimed at graduates in the course of physical therapy.

Curriculum

1st Semester
Structure and Function Applied to Dermatofuncional Physiotherapy
Bases of Farmacosmetologia
SPAterapia in Facial Aesthetics
Therapeutic Facial Features
Practice Resources Therapeutic Facials

2nd Semester
Postural assessment Dermatofuncional
Nutrition Aesthetics
Active Cosmetics on Body Disorders
Therapeutic Body Features
Scientific research methodology

3rd Semester
SPAterapia in Body Aesthetics
Pre and post Operatório- Repairers and Reconstructive Procedures
Pre and post Operatório- Procedures Aesthetic Facial and Body
Monography

Herbal Medicine and Natural Products

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

Aimed at graduates as biologists, biomedical, physical educators, nurses, beauticians, pharmacists, physiotherapists, doctors, veterinarians, naturólogos, nutritionists, podiatrists and other interested professionals.

Curriculum

1st Module

BOTANY OF MEDICAL PLANTS I
BOTANY OF MEDICAL II PLANTS
PLANT GROWING MEDICAL AND HERBAL PRODUCTION
QUALITY AND NATURAL HERBAL PRODUCTS

2nd Module

PHARMACOLOGY APPLIED
PHYTOTHERAPY MEDICAL AND PLANTS IN CLINICAL PRACTICE I
HERBAL INDICATION AND NATURAL PRODUCTS I
HERBAL INDICATION AND NATURAL PRODUCTS II
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Module 3

PHYTOTHERAPY MEDICAL AND PLANTS IN CLINICAL PRACTICE II
MONOGRAPH – PHYTOTHERAPY AND NATURAL PRODUCTS
PRACTICAL THERAPEUTIC integrative
Toxicology data SECURITY AND LAW NATURAL HERBAL PRODUCTS AND I
Toxicology SAFETY AND NATURAL PRODUCT LEGISLATION AND HERBAL II

Veterinary Oncology

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months
Career

Only course of Postgraduate Sensu Lato in Oncology Veterinary offered by an institution of higher education;

Practical classes in Hospitals and Clinics que are reference in Oncology, such as the Small Animal Oncology Service at Anhembi Morumbi University Veterinary Hospital, Which Has modern outpatient clinics, fluid therapy rooms for chemotherapy, fully surgical centers equipped and supporting laboratories, such as the imaging and clinical pathology labs, as well as updated supporting clinical professionals, providing excellence in the care of small animals oncological patients.

Curriculum

1st Semester
Biosafety and Psycho-Oncology
Oncopatologia
Oncology Diagnosis
Care I oncological

2nd Semester
Antineoplastic pharmacology
I Clinical Oncology
II Clinical Oncology
Care oncological II
Scientific Research Methodology

3rd Semester
Communication in Veterinary Clinic
I Surgical Oncology
Surgical Oncology II
Oncology therapies
Care III oncological

Trichology and Hair Therapy

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months
Career

The course is designed for graduates in higher education, which act directly or indirectly in activities in the areas of hair and want to improve their knowledge for an integrated and multidisciplinary approach. Teachers who want to deepen their knowledge and graduates seeking to expand opportunities in the labor market.

Curriculum

1st Semester
• Pathophysiology of the pilosebaceous follicle
• Trichology
• Medical procedures and pharmacological
• Capillary Cosmetology
• Strategic management

2nd Semester
• Scientific research methodology
• Hair Science and psychosomatic
• Assets applied to the capillary system
• Evaluation methods trichological
• Therapy and capillary nutrition

3rd Semester
• Completion of course work
• Complementary therapies in trichology
• Prostheses
• cosmetic technology: technical visit
• Practices in hair therapy

Veterinary Cardiology

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

The course is designed for graduates in Veterinary Medicine.

Curriculum

1st Semester

Cardiology bases

semiotics Cardiopulmonary
Applied Therapeutics Conduct
Cardiac care I

2nd Semester
Cardiac Function Assessment of I
of Cardiac Function Assessment II
Assessment of Cardiac Function III
Cardiac care II
Scientific Research Methodology

3rd Semester
Communication in Veterinary Clinic
Cardiac I
Cardiac II
Cardiac surgery
Cardiac care III

Aesthetics and Cosmetics with Emphasis on Professional Makeup (Technologist)

Course type: Technologist Duration: 30 months Mode: On-site
Career

To complete the course of technology degree in Professional Makeup at the University Anhembi Morumbi, you will be able to perform:

artistic Makeup:directed to events and theme parties, like carnival and Halloween as well as specific makeup for theaters and a children’s club.

Makeup for Film, Television and Theater:for stage and studio, it is aligned with the shooting and lighting techniques; special effects for characterization of characters, wounds, scratches, cuts and blows, and application of props like wigs, beards, mustaches, eyebrows and latex bald.

Makeup for Fashion, Photography and Catwalk:according to the needs of each event, following the latest global trends of Fashion and Advertising, in line with the lighting techniques.

sophisticated Makeup:makeup specific to each event (bride’s day, debutantes, bridesmaids, celebrations), matching color, nuance and style with clothes and individual personalities. For women, men, children and mature skinBodypainting:.artistic and anatomical structures body paint to facilitate the studies of students from all areas of health.

Beautification look:design eyebrows according to the proportions and facial features, seeking embellishment and harmony of forms; techniques and permanent dye eyelashes and eyebrows, and eyelashes placement.

automaquiagem Consulting:consultancy for the customer to conduct proper automaquiagem for each situation, based on your profile, lifestyle and individual characteristics and using makeup as a personal marketing.

Airbrush:mechanism of action and applicability of airbrushes, techniques of facial and body airbrushing for many styles of makeup.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • Biosafety in HEALTH
  • COMMUNICATION
  • COSMETOLOGY
  • COSMETIC AND MAKEUP
  • STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
  • MAKEUP HISTORY
  • TECHNICAL DRAWING
1st Semester
  • COLOR COSMETICS
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • IN COSMETIC MAKEUP ARTISTIC
  • elective
  • CUTANEOUS SYSTEM
  • sophistication MAKEUP
  • cosmetology IN MAKEUP
2nd Semester
  • Aesthetic INTEGRAL
  • HAIR BEAUTY
  • ETHICS: PROFESSIONAL MAKE UP
  • IMAGE AND BEHAVIOR
  • characterization MAKEUP
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: PROFESSIONAL MAKE UP
  • FASHION TRENDS IN MAKEUP
3rd Semester
  • Bodypainting & amp; AIRBRUSH
  • dermopigmentation
  • SPECIAL EFFECTS IN MAKEUP I
  • BEAUTY FOR PHOTO AND CATWALK
  • ACADEMIC RESEARCH I: PROFESSIONAL MAKE UP
  • COMMUNITY PROGRAM Interdisciplinary
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: PROFESSIONAL MAKE UP
  • HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
4th Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATION IN HEALTH
  • SPECIAL EFFECTS IN MAKEUP II
  • MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING IN BEAUTY SERVICES
  • SKILLS PRACTICE: BEAUTY AND COSMETICS
  • ACADEMIC RESEARCH II: PROFESSIONAL MAKE UP
  • SEMINAR integrative: PROFESSIONAL MAKE UP
5th SEMESTER
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Pharmacy

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

Pharmacists are professionals who can work in the fields of medicine, cosmetics, herbal medicines, laboratories for clinical and toxicological analysis, drug stores and pharmacies, as well as the food industry area.

Engage in research, development, production, quality control and marketing of drugs, cosmetics, food, raw materials and reagents kits. Thus, the market has broad prospects for the pharmaceutical, which also has ample labor market in the areas of pharmacies, pharmaceutical care and clinical research.

Currently, there is an increasing demand for pharmaceuticals in the areas of drug interactions, side effects, rational use of medicines, hospital pharmacy working in multidisciplinary teams.

The image and credibility of the Anhembi Morumbi Pharmacy of course on the market have great contribution in job placement highlight of our students. This is possible also because of the internal program to identify and support talent, helping these students in getting internships and facilitating their first placement. For this, it has a broad partnership with various companies in the pharmaceutical industry, to work together for the achievement of the Pharmacy course’s commitment to guide and assist the student in their personal, social and vocational training, contributing to its growth and success as a citizen ethical and committed to the health and well-being of humanity.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • COMMUNICATION
  • PHYSICS AND MATH FOR BIOSCIENCES
  • HUMAN Morphology
  • BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES
  • CHEMISTRY GENERAL AND INORGANIC
1st Semester
  • AGGRESSION AND DEFENSE
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • ETHICS AND PROFESSIONAL LAW
  • PHYSICOCHEMICAL
  • HOMEOSTASIS
  • Organic Chemistry
2nd Semester
  • CLINICAL PATHOLOGY INTERACTION
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
  • MICROBIOLOGY APPLIED
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: PHARMACY
  • ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
  • THERAPEUTIC DRUG
3rd Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • BIOCHEMISTRY AND FOOD TECHNOLOGY
  • PHARMACY MASTER
  • MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING OF PHARMACEUTICAL ENTERPRISES
  • COMMUNITY PROGRAM Interdisciplinary
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: PHARMACY
  • REGARDING DRUG CHEMICAL
4th Semester
  • PRODUCTS OF BIOTECHNOLOGY PHARMACEUTICAL
  • SUPERVISED I: PHARMACY
  • Pharmacognosy
  • CLINICAL PRACTICE ANALYSIS IN PHARMACEUTICAL I
  • CHEMICAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL Pharmacodynamics
  • HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
5th SEMESTER
  • SUPERVISED II: PHARMACY
  • PHARMACOTHERAPY
  • HEALTH SERVICE MANAGEMENT
  • CLINICAL PRACTICE ANALYSIS IN PHARMACEUTICAL II
  • PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY
  • Toxicology
6th Semester
  • PRODUCT QUALITY CONTROL OF PHARMACEUTICAL AND COSMETICS
  • PUBLIC HEALTH
  • DEONTOLOGY PHARMACEUTICAL
  • SUPERVISED III: PHARMACY
  • CLINICAL AND HOSPITAL PHARMACY
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK I: PHARMACY
7th Semester
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • SUPERVISED IV: PHARMACY
  • elective
  • SEMINAR integrative: PHARMACY
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK II: PHARMACY
8th Semester
COMPLEMENTARY ACTIVITIES

Physical therapy

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

Physical therapy is an applied science aiming to study the human movement in all its forms and potentials of expression. Physical therapy AIMS to Encourage, preserve, maintain the integrity of motion and, from there, work on organs, systems or functions.

Therefore, the physical therapist works in the health education, promotion, prevention, cure and rehabilitation. They work using the therapeutic process, based on Their Own knowledge and resources, organized from an interdisciplinary approach, taking into account the psychological, physical and social environment.

Thanks to advances in Physiotherapy in the promotion of health and wellbeing, there are growing in the labor market opportunities for better prepared professionals. Working autonomously or part of multi-professional teams, you can work in Both public and private health systems in Brazil and abroad, where there are possibilities for expanding Brazilian professionals. The great demand for physical therapists is focused on clinics, clinics, doctors’ offices, rehabilitation centers, businesses, clubs and sports centers, hospitals, basic health units and Home Care, spas and beauty centers.

This professional works alone or together with physical resources, such as kinesics therapy, mechano-therapy, massage, thermal, cryo-therapeutical, photo-therapy, electro-therapy, hydro-therapeutic agents and others, originated from the evolution of studies and the scientific production in the area.

From childhood to adolescence, adulthood from to the elderly years, in the health of women, athletes and workers, the work of therapy is the extensive physical and promising. This professional works in various specialties such as orthopedics, traumatology and sports, rheumatology, respiratory, cardiovascular, dermatology and aesthetics, pediatrics, occupational health, geriatrics, urology, gynecology and obstetrics, neurology, oncology, public health and manual therapies at community, outpatient , hospital and home care levels. Additionally, this professional stands Out in other areas such as management, teaching, research and industry.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • NUTRITION BASICS
  • COMMUNICATION
  • HUMAN Morphology
  • PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICAL THERAPY
  • BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES
1st Semester
  • AGGRESSION AND DEFENSE
  • LOCOMOTIVE SYSTEM
  • PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSESSMENT I
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • NERVOUS SYSTEM
  • RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
2nd Semester
  • PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSESSMENT II
  • MOVEMENT biomechanics
  • HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
  • CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
  • ENDOCRINE AND REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
  • urinary system
3rd Semester
  • DRUG THERAPY BASES
  • EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY
  • HUMAN KINETICS: CONTROL, LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT
  • elective
  • COMMUNITY PROGRAM Interdisciplinary
  • INTEGRATED PROJECT I: PHYSICAL THERAPY
  • THERAPEUTIC RESOURCES
4th Semester
  • PROFESSIONAL ETHICS: PHYSICAL THERAPY
  • NEUROLOGICAL PHYSICAL THERAPY
  • CARDIOVASCULAR AND RESPIRATORY PHYSICAL THERAPY
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
  • INTEGRATED PROJECT II: PHYSICAL THERAPY
  • BIO-hydric RESOURCES
5th SEMESTER
  • Biostatistics and Epidemiology
  • Dermato-FUNCTIONAL PHYSICAL THERAPY
  • SPORTS AND PHYSICAL THERAPY musculoskeletal
  • urologic, obstetric GYNECOLOGIC AND PHYSICAL THERAPY
  • PUBLIC HEALTH
6th Semester
  • I supervised INTERNSHIP: PHYSICAL THERAPY
  • Supervised INTERNSHIP II: PHYSICAL THERAPY
  • HEALTH SERVICE MANAGEMENT
  • COURSE FINAL PAPER I: PHYSICAL THERAPY
7th Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • Supervised INTERNSHIP IV PHYSICAL THERAPY
  • Supervised INTERNSHIP III: PHYSICAL THERAPY
  • INTEGRATIVE SEMINAR: PHYSICAL THERAPY
  • COURSE FINAL PAPER II: PHYSICAL THERAPY
8th Semester
COMPLEMENTARY ACTIVITIES

Medicine

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 72 months Mode: On-site
Career

The applied teaching model based on competences offers students the unique opportunity to put into practice the Teachings, tutored and supervised by specialist teachers on clinical internships.

All of this is due to the partnerships, agreements and alliances with important public and private hospitals in São Paulo, as well as government Institutions and other stakeholders in the Brazilian Health System. The joint work with health projects from all the Institutions linked to the International Laureate University Network in Latin America and the world Ensures the expansion of BOTH possibilities and borders for Anhembi Morumbi Medicine students.

The course infrastructure with a wide range of labs Allows students to take part in practical activities from the very first semester in immersive environments que are Appropriate for the development of BOTH skills and abilities, such as:

     

  • Laboratory of Human Structure and Function:.equipped with anatomical models, computers, software and equipment for learning based on the organs and systems of the human body
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  • Biomedical Laboratoriesthis large environment includes the Laboratory of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology; Microscopy, biology and Biological Diversity, Biochemistry and Toxicology; Microbiology, Immunology and Parasitology; Pharmaceutical mini-industry, where the student will have contact with resources and technology to develop practical activities aimed at learning the life sciences.
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  • Simulation Center:with 1800m2, includes offices, advanced simulation rooms, rooms skills and simulated hospital environments that allow students to experience various realistic scenarios, through simulated environments models and high-tech mannequins that favor the development of professional skills and attitudes such as communication, teamwork, decision making, in addition to skills and procedures that can be trained.
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  • Specific Skills Laboratory: Fully suitable for the development of professional practices, facilitating learning and integration of the student in the workplace, through modern equipment, ample space for carrying out practices that develop skills and student safety to work with the patient.
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  • Health Integrated Center (CIS)in a wide structure with 2,800 square meters, equipped with high-tech equipment, distributed in offices, care rooms in groups, adults and children therapeutic gym, laboratory plantar orthoses, therapy pool, among other special areas that provide clinical performance to the professional future of Biomedicine, Physical Education, Nursing, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Medical, Naturology, podiatry, psychology and chiropractic.
Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BASIS OF MEDICINE
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • HOMEOSTASIS
  • HUMAN Morphology
  • MEDICAL PRACTICE I
1st Semester
  • GENETIC BASIS OF MEDICINE
  • MEDICAL PRACTICE II
  • HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
  • CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
  • Hematopoietic AND IMMUNE SYSTEM
  • RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
2nd Semester
  • LOCOMOTIVE SYSTEM
  • PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH FOR THE HEALTH AREA I
  • DEFENSE MECHANISMS AND DISEASE I
  • MEDICAL PRACTICE III
  • DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
  • urinary system
3rd Semester
  • PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH FOR THE HEALTH AREA II
  • DEFENSE MECHANISMS AND DISEASE II
  • MEDICAL PRACTICE IV
  • ENDOCRINE AND REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
  • NERVOUS SYSTEM
  • CUTANEOUS SYSTEM
4th Semester
  • BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR
  • DEFENSE MECHANISMS AND DISEASE III
  • Medical Practice V
  • COMMUNITY PROGRAM Interdisciplinary
  • PUBLIC HEALTH
  • HEALTH INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY
5th SEMESTER
  • PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
  • FAMILY AND COMMUNITY MEDICINE
  • RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
  • elective
  • PEDIATRICS
  • HEALTH PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
6th Semester
  • SURGICAL CLINIC I
  • MEDICAL CLINIC I
  • EPIDEMIOLOGY
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • RESEARCH Mentorship Program I
  • FORENSIC MEDICINE AND LABOR
7th Semester
  • SURGICAL CLINIC II
  • MEDICAL CLINIC II
  • HEALTH SERVICE MANAGEMENT
  • RESEARCH Mentorship Program II
  • MENTAL HEALTH
  • ADDITIONAL Therapies
8th Semester
  • RESIDENCY – SURGICAL CLINIC
  • RESIDENCY – MEDICAL CLINIC I
  • RESIDENCY – PEDIATRICS I
  • RESIDENCY – MENTAL HEALTH
9th SEMESTER
  • RESIDENCY – Obstetrics and Gynecology I
  • RESIDENCY – FAMILY AND COMMUNITY MEDICINE I
  • Elective RESIDENCY
10th Semester
  • RESIDENCY – MEDICAL CLINIC II
  • RESIDENCY – PEDIATRICS II
  • elective RESIDENCY IN SURGERY
  • PUBLIC HEALTH RESIDENCY
11th Semester
  • RESIDENCY – Obstetrics and Gynecology II
  • RESIDENCY – FAMILY AND COMMUNITY MEDICINE II
  • RESIDENCY – URGENCY AND EMERGENCY
12th Semester
COMPLEMENTARY ACTIVITIES

Veterinary Medicine

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 60 months Mode: On-site
Career

With an extensive labor market in BOTH the private and the public sector, the veterinarian’s mission is to preserve the health of animals and, consequently, of humans. This professional can work in a good and differentiated field, Which is the one related to feed and pet medication. Another sector has presented que que Considerable growth is of meat production for export. There are abundant opportunities in this career.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • ANIMALS, AND SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT
  • EXPRESSION & amp; COMMUNICATION
  • BODY ANIMAL I
  • VETERINARY PRACTICE I
  • BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES
1st Semester
  • AGGRESSION DEFENSE IN VETERINARY MEDICINE AND I
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • DRUG THERAPY BASES
  • ANIMAL BODY II
  • VETERINARY PRACTICE II
  • BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES IN THE ANIMAL BODY
2nd Semester
  • AGGRESSION DEFENSE IN VETERINARY MEDICINE AND II
  • BASES OF ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • FUNCTION AND DYSFUNCTION OF SYSTEMS I
  • ANIMAL GENETIC IMPROVEMENT
3rd Semester
  • ANIMAL BREEDING AND PRODUCTION I
  • VETERINARY PHARMACOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY
  • FUNCTION AND DYSFUNCTION OF SYSTEMS II
  • METHODOLOGY – SCIENCE AND TECHNICAL STANDARDS
  • ANIMAL NUTRITION
4th Semester
  • ANIMAL WELFARE
  • CLINIC AND PRESERVATION OF WILD ANIMALS
  • ANIMAL BREEDING AND PRODUCTION II
  • INTEGRATED PROJECT I: VETERINARY MEDICINE
  • TECHNOLOGY AND ANIMAL BREEDING
5th SEMESTER
  • ADDITIONAL DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC I
  • LARGE ANIMAL CLINIC I
  • SMALL ANIMAL CLINIC I
  • VETERINARY MEDICINE MANAGEMENT
  • ANIMAL PRODUCT INSPECTION AND TECHNOLOGY I
  • INTEGRATED PROJECT II: VETERINARY MEDICINE
6th Semester
  • ADDITIONAL DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC II
  • POULTRY AND SWINE CLINIC
  • LARGE ANIMAL CLINIC II
  • SMALL ANIMAL CLINIC II
  • ENTREPRENEURSHIP & amp; SUSTAINABILITY
  • ANIMAL PRODUCT INSPECTION AND TECHNOLOGY II
7th Semester
  • LARGE ANIMAL CLINIC III
  • SMALL ANIMAL CLINIC III
  • EPIDEMIOLOGY AND ANIMAL HEALTH
  • Elective I
8th Semester
  • LARGE ANIMAL CLINIC IV
  • SMALL ANIMAL CLINIC IV
  • PHYSICAL THERAPY AND REHABILITATION ANIMAL
  • Elective II
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK
  • ZOONOSES AND PUBLIC HEALTH
9th SEMESTER
  • PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: VETERINARY MEDICINE
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN III: VETERINARY MEDICINE
  • INTEGRATIVE SEMINAR
10th Semester
Complementary activities throughout the course

Naturopathy

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

The Naturology course is inspired by the structure of training in Naturopathic Medicine present in several countries to undergraduate level such as United States, Germany, Portugal and Australia, where the performance of this professional is already consolidated.

In Brazil, the demand for this type of care is also promising and follows the global trends of incorporating these approaches in care in referral centers. As examples, the area of ​​Integrative Medicine and Complementary Israelita Albert Einstein Institute, which has Naturólogos writing team of attention and care, and Integrative Care Center of the Syrian-Lebanese Hospital in Sao Paulo.

The application of the knowledge acquired by naturólogo aims to educate the individual of their health condition and your lifestyle at the same time protects their physical and mental integrity.

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The naturólogo is able to work in various locations that meet the areas of Health and Welfare, as offices and clinics, spas, advice on quality of life companies, academies and schools of yoga and dance, hospitals, attention to workers’ health , health care for the elderly, health care for women, attention to children’s health and performance in health workers in primary health care.

In the hospitality area, these professionals can work in hotels, cruises and spas. The work of naturólogo is not restricted to the mentioned places because the job market is booming.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • COMMUNICATION
  • Naturology FUNDAMENTALS
  • TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE I
  • HUMAN Morphology
  • BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES
1st Semester
  • AGGRESSION AND DEFENSE
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • HOMEOSTASIS
  • TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE II
  • micro
  • BODY AND PRACTICES massage therapy
2nd Semester
  • DRUG THERAPY BASES
  • ETHICS: Naturology
  • AYURVEDA MEDICINE I
  • TRADITIONAL MEDICINE CHINESE III
  • HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
  • BODY SYSTEMS
  • trofoterapia
3rd Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • COMPLEX AND HEALTH
  • AYURVEDA MEDICINE II
  • BOTANICAL MEDICINE I
  • PRACTICE in Traditional Chinese Medicine
  • COMMUNITY PROGRAM Interdisciplinary
  • hydro RESOURCES
4th Semester
  • SUPERVISED I: Naturology
  • ART AND EXPRESSION Phenomenology
  • AYURVEDA MEDICINE III
  • BOTANICAL MEDICINE II
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: Naturology
  • PSYCHOLOGY AND COMPLETENESS
5th SEMESTER
  • SUPERVISED II: Naturology
  • BODY-MIND MEDICINE
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: Naturology
  • rationales COMPARED
  • PUBLIC HEALTH
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK I: Naturology
6th Semester
  • THERAPEUTIC APPROACH IN GROUP
  • Biostatistics and Epidemiology
  • STAGE ELECTIVE: Naturology
  • SUPERVISED III: Naturology
  • SEMINAR integrative: Naturology
7th Semester
  • SUPERVISED IV: Naturology
  • HEALTH SERVICE MANAGEMENT
  • elective
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK II: Naturology
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Nutrition

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

The profession of nutritionist is consolidated on the national scene, having experienced significant development in recent years.

You can work in institutional food area, industrial restaurants, shopping, schools, hotels; in hospital food area, in hospitals and clinics; in the area of ​​public health, in clinics, health centers and clinics, kindergartens and schools; in sports nutrition, in clubs and gyms; and in the areas of Product Development Marketing, in the food industry.

The control of the sanitary quality of the supermarket chain and food industry is also an important field of work. As a liberal professional, you can act in his own office, andPersonal Diet. His work also extends to the work in teamsHome Care. Therefore, in Anhembi Morumbi, you are able to:

     

  • Ride your own business;
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  • Plan, supervise and direct industrial and commercial restaurants, hospital food services, spas, clinics and experimental kitchens;
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  • Answer to patients, making his dietary prescription and monitoring the evolution of your health;
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  • Provide advice and consulting to food companies and equipment;
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  • To act in government assistance programs and nutritional guidance;
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  • Working in the field of hygienic and sanitary control of food;
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  • Work in the area of ​​teaching and research.
Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • COMMUNICATION
  • HUMAN Morphology
  • NUTRITION AND DIETARY
  • BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES
1st Semester
  • AGGRESSION AND DEFENSE
  • TOILET-SANITARY CONTROL OF FOOD
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • HOMEOSTASIS
  • TECHNICAL dietary and dining
2nd Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • bromatologia AND FOOD TECHNOLOGY
  • drug-nutrient interactions
  • Dietetic Practice
  • DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
  • ENDOCRINE AND REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
3rd Semester
  • NUTRITION AND METABOLISM
  • MOTHER AND CHILD NUTRITION
  • NUTRITION IN CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENT
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: NUTRITION
  • PUBLIC HEALTH
4th Semester
  • ETHICS AND ETHICS IN NUTRITION
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
  • NUTRITION IN OLD STAGE
  • NUTRITION IN GERIATRICS
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: NUTRITION
5th SEMESTER
  • POWER MANAGEMENT SERVICES
  • NUTRITION IN COSMETIC
  • NUTRITION IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
  • COMMUNITY PROGRAM Interdisciplinary
  • HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
6th Semester
  • SUPERVISED I: NUTRITION
  • SUPERVISED II: NUTRITION
  • elective
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK I: NUTRITION
7th Semester
  • SUPERVISED I: NUTRITION
  • SUPERVISED OPTATIVE
  • POWER MANAGEMENT SERVICES
  • SEMINAR integrative: NUTRITION
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK II: NUTRITION
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Podiatry

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 42 months Mode: On-site
Career

The search for podiatric treatments has never been higher in the market as in recent years, becoming in some cases a second option to graduation. People care more and more with their health and well-being and thus seek experts who can help them in this achievement.

In this market, the podiatrist will find many opportunities for action in the sports area, the preventive diagnosis of diseases and in working with interdisciplinary health teams, among others.

With a degree in podiatry at the University Anhembi Morumbi, you will be able to apply the SAP (systematization Podiatry Service) to:

    Insert in multidisciplinary teams of health and medical clinics working together with like-minded specialists, such as dermatologists, endocrinologists, orthopedists, physiatrists, vascular surgeons and orthomolecular, among other areas of medicine;
    Elaborate history and physical examination of the lower limbs;
    • Making the diagnosis of podiatry, involving the physical examination and complementary, as the interpretation of X-rays, electronic photopodoscopy, biochemical tests, cultures of fungi and bacteria, mycological, among others, to intervene therapeutically;
    Perform and interpret preliminary examinations in diabetic foot, in podogeriatria and podopediatria, using equipment appropriate to the patient “diabetic foot” as recommended by the “International Consensus on the Diabetic Foot” from the “IDF – International Diabetes Federation”;
    Apply prescription podiatry, covering from guidance diabetics, the elderly, children, adults and athletes and podoprofilaxia to making plantar orthotics and ortopodológicas and treatment of various podopatias;
    Display and fabricate plantar orthoses (insoles) podoposturais and ortopodólogicas with emphasis on biomechanics and gait assessment;
    Work on SPAs as chiropodist / podiatrist making the feet of the SPA of care, focusing on the welfare of the client from manipulations and podoterapias relaxation, hydration and reflex therapies;
    Open your own business: Podiatry Surgery, Podiatry Clinic, Consulting for schools, clubs, clinics and spas;
    Acting in sports, performing the podoprofilaxia and podoterapia to improve the athlete’s performance, with regard to the use of the feet, shoes, socks and orthotics suitable for sports;
    Plan management services in podiatry area, with administrative and managerial knowledge, analyzing the concepts of techniques and methodologies of Marketing and Sales for using it as a promotional strategy, recovery and development of specific services in the area.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • COMMUNICATION
  • HUMAN Morphology
  • IN PRACTICE CHIROPODY
  • BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES
  • CUTANEOUS SYSTEM
  • CHIROPODY SYSTEMATIZATION
1st Semester
  • AGGRESSION AND DEFENSE
  • LOCOMOTIVE SYSTEM
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • PODOPATIAS SKIN
  • CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
  • NERVOUS SYSTEM
2nd Semester
  • DRUG THERAPY BASES
  • MOVEMENT biomechanics
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
  • CHIROPODY Clinical Diabetes
  • PODOPEDIATRIA
  • PODOTERAPIAS PHYSICAL
3rd Semester
  • NUTRITION BASICS
  • CLINICAL PATHOLOGY INTERACTION
  • ORTOPODOLOGIA POSTURAL AND MECHANICAL
  • PODOGERIATRIA
  • CHIROPODY SPORTS
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: CHIROPODY
  • PUBLIC HEALTH
4th Semester
  • SUPERVISED IN CLINICAL AND DIABETES CHIROPODY
  • SUPERVISED IN CLINICAL AND CHIROPODY PODOGERIATRIA
  • STAGE supervised PODOPEDIATRIA
  • COMMUNITY PROGRAM Interdisciplinary
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: CHIROPODY
  • HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK I: CHIROPODY
5th SEMESTER
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • STAGE supervised mechanical-ORTOPODOLOGIA
  • STAGE supervised CHIROPODY SPORT
  • elective
  • SEMINAR integrative: CHIROPODY
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK II: CHIROPODY
6th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Psychology

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 60 months Mode: On-site
Career

At Anhembi Morumbi, you will learn through educational technology, Which includes workshops, experiences and studies in small groups, simulation, virtual reality and insertion in internship sites, among other learning strategies.

The diversity and quality of the methodologies used enable the student to become a professional with a competitive edge and an epistemological vision and innovative instrumentally of biopsychosocial phenomena. Also, they give you all the subsidies so that it can undertake its successful career in Psychology.

The enrichment of the university experience through the interaction with the teachers, peers and content from other courses at Anhembi Morumbi Enables the comprehensive formation of the student, as well as the optimization of Their personal and professional talents.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • COMMUNICATION
  • THOUGHT HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGICAL
  • CRITICAL THINKING AND ARGUMENT
  • PSYCHOLOGICAL PROCESSES BASIC
  • PSYCHOLOGY: SCIENCE AND PROFESSION
  • NERVOUS SYSTEM
1st Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • BASES OF BEHAVIOR BIOLOGICAL
  • STAGE BASIC SUPERVISED: BASIC SKILLS PSYCHOLOGIST
  • ETHICS PSYCHOLOGIST
  • CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY
  • SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
2nd Semester
  • ANALYSIS OF BEHAVIOR
  • RESEARCH METHODS AND DATA ANALYSIS
  • GROUP PROCESS
  • Psychoanalysis I
  • ADULT DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY AND THE ELDERLY
  • HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
3rd Semester
  • APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS
  • PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION I
  • NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
  • COMMUNITY PROGRAM Interdisciplinary
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: Psychology
  • FAMILY PSYCHOLOGY
  • Psychopathology
4th Semester
  • PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION II
  • STAGE BASIC SUPERVISED: Psychosocial Phenomena
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: PSYCHOLOGY
  • Psychoanalysis II
  • HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
  • PSYCHOLOGY AND DISABILITY
  • PSYCHOLOGY AND INSTITUTIONAL RELATIONS
5th SEMESTER
  • Biostatistics and Epidemiology
  • STAGE BASIC SUPERVISED: RECEPTION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION
  • INTERVENTION CLINICAL
  • INTERVENTION psychoeducational
  • SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATIONAL
  • ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY AND LABOR
6th Semester
  • approaches Psychology
  • STAGE OPTATIVE I: Psychology
  • OPTIONAL IN PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERVENTION PROCEEDINGS
  • Psychological Practices evidence-based
  • LEGAL PSYCHOLOGY
  • PUBLIC HEALTH
7th Semester
  • APPROACHES phenomenological
  • EMERGING AREAS OF PSYCHOLOGY
  • OPTATIVE STAGE II: PSYCHOLOGY
  • HEALTH SERVICE MANAGEMENT
  • PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERVENTION IN CHILDHOOD
  • PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIAL ASSISTANCE
8th Semester
  • EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATION IN HEALTH
  • STAGE PROCESSES supervised psychoeducative I
  • CLINICAL STAGE PROCESSES supervised I
  • Elective I
  • SEMINAR integrative I: Psychology
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK I: Psychology
9th SEMESTER
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • STAGE PROCESSES supervised psychoeducative II
  • STAGE II clinical processes supervised
  • Elective II
  • SEMINAR integrative II: PSYCHOLOGY
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK II: PSYCHOLOGY
10th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Chiropractic

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

About 80% of the world’s population Suffers from back problems. Therefore, Chiropractic care has Become the third most popular career in healthcare in developed countries, having scientific proof of its effectiveness due to the rapid results it offers.

The job market for this area is growing faster than for other careers. In Brazil there are fewer than 1,000 habilidados professionals to serve a population of about 190 million.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • NUTRITION BASICS
  • COMMUNICATION
  • HUMAN Morphology
  • PRINCIPLES OF CHIROPRACTIC
  • BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES
1st Semester
  • AGGRESSION AND DEFENSE
  • LOCOMOTIVE SYSTEM
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • PRACTICAL chiropractic
  • BODY SYSTEMS
2nd Semester
  • subluxation complex PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF SPINAL
  • INTERACTION CLINICAL PATHOLOGY
  • MODULE INTEGRATED CHEST COLUMN
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: CHIROPRACTIC
  • HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
  • NERVOUS SYSTEM
3rd Semester
  • DRUG THERAPY BASES
  • MODULE INTEGRATED LUMBAR COLUMN AND PELVIS
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: CHIROPRACTIC
  • DIAGNOSTIC FEATURES
  • PUBLIC HEALTH
4th Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS IN CHIROPRACTIC
  • MANAGEMENT MODULE OF CERVICAL COLUMN
  • COMMUNITY PROGRAM Interdisciplinary
  • chiropractic special populations
5th SEMESTER
  • INTEGRATED CLINIC
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
  • MANAGEMENT MODULE OF ENDS
  • ADDITIONAL RESOURCES THERAPEUTIC
  • SPECIAL TECHNICAL chiropractic
6th Semester
  • STAGE ELECTIVE I: CHIROPRACTIC
  • PROFESSIONAL STAGE I: CHIROPRACTIC
  • HEALTH SERVICE MANAGEMENT
  • SEMINAR integrative: CHIROPRACTIC
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK I: CHIROPRACTIC
7th Semester
  • STAGE ELECTIVE II: CHIROPRACTIC
  • PROFESSIONAL STAGE II: CHIROPRACTIC
  • elective
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK II: CHIROPRACTIC
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Aesthetic and cosmetic technology: hair and makeup: and Hair Therapy

Duration: 30 months Mode: On-site
Career

The Universidade Anhembi Morumbi offers you an updated and aligned curriculum to the labor market, enabling the development of professional skills that make it able to transform reality, and to identify and meet different demands and produce new knowledge.

The cosmetology derives from the French visage – translation to face – and consists in applying fundamentals of the visual arts to create a good personal image to the individual’s personality, analyzing the components of the face, the body proportions and the customer’s desire. This issue is a global trend, so the visagista faces a large and growing market of performance, both on the national scene and internationally. Also, it can work with multidisciplinary teams in the prevention and treatment of alterations of the scalp, hair shaft and hair falls.

To complete the course of cosmetology and Hair Therapy at the University Anhembi Morumbi, you will be able to perform:

Cosmetology: visual arts fundamentals in the harmonization of personal image in relation to the haircut, coloring, texturing hair, hairstyles, makeup, fashion and accessories;

Hair Therapy: subsidies for the use of eletroestética resources, essential oils and manual therapies in the scalp changes, hair falls and hair shaft;

Cuts and Hairstyles: based on visagista art, cuts and custom and contemporary hairstyles;

Coloring: nuances and shades, acting with skill, dexterity and creativity;

Capillary practices: commitment to customize each treatment, identifying the ideal cosmetics

Makeup: makes a perfect facial harmonization through the custom makeup;

Management and Marketing: apply the techniques of marketing staff and management of their own business.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • Cosmetology Filmography
    Development & nbsp; Human and Social Network
    Structure and Function Basic Filmography
    Basic Biological Processes Filmography
    & nbsp cosmetology, and capillaries Practices
1st Semester
  • Makeup & nbsp; and Harmonization & nbsp; Image Personal Filmography
    Aggression and Defense Mechanisms Basic Filmography
    Hair Chemistry Filmography
    Body Systems Basic Filmography
    Technical & nbsp; Cut I
2nd Semester
  • Colorimetric Capillary Filmography
    Styles & nbsp; and Trends in Fashion in cosmetology Filmography
    Public Health Filmography
    Technical & nbsp; Cut II |
    Trichology
3rd Semester
  • Advanced and Barber Cortes Filmography
    Entrepreneurship Filmography
    Perception & nbsp; Image and cosmetology Full Filmography
    Hair Therapy Filmography
    Texturing Hair
4th Semester
  • Aesthetics & nbsp; Full Filmography
    Management & nbsp; and Marketing in Beauty Services
    Practical Skills: cosmetology and Hair Therapy Filmography
    Optional Filmography
    First Aid
5th SEMESTER
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Biomedicine

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

The Biomedicine is an established profession on the national scene, having experienced a significant development in recent years. The demand for professionals in various areas has intensified, reinforcing the need for biomedical with generalist, involving the development of more comprehensive and diversified skills, prepared to search and produce knowledge, and to act in different contexts.

It is a science and a profession, aimed, therefore, to the production of knowledge and professional practice in a wide variety of contexts that include teaching in higher teaching, scientific research, business community, public and private in Brazil and abroad.

The playing field of biomedicine grows every day and needs professionals with different profile to track changes in the contemporary world in which the quality of life, the balance in social relations, production and expansion of knowledge are priority goals. public, private and non-governmental organizations seek biomedical prepared for the new requirements of professional practice.

Knowledge of advanced diagnostic techniques and knowledge development allows the biomedical work in this wide career and diversified labor market: it has 35 areas of operation authorized by the Federal Council of Biomedicine, and the two main ones are clinical laboratories that concentrate about 90% of graduates and teaching / research followed by blood banks, environmental analysis; industries, to work with serums, vaccines and reagents; imagenology performing x-ray procedures, ultrasound, CT, MRI and we also have the criminal Skill among others.

Therefore, the Universidade Anhembi Morumbi offers you an updated and aligned curriculum to the labor market, enabling the development of professional skills that make it able to transform reality, and to identify and meet different demands and produce new knowledge.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • COMMUNICATION
  • HUMAN Morphology
  • PRACTICE IN BIOMEDICINE I
  • BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES
1st Semester
  • AGGRESSION AND DEFENSE
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • HOMEOSTASIS
  • PRACTICE IN BIOMEDICINE II
  • MOLECULAR GENETIC AND PROCESSES
2nd Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • DRUG THERAPY BASES
  • ASSISTED FERTILIZATION
  • PRACTICE IN BIOMEDICINE III
  • BODY SYSTEMS
3rd Semester
  • CLINICAL ANALYSIS I
  • ANALYSIS TOXICOLOGICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL
  • NUCLEAR MEDICINE
  • PRACTICE IN BIOMEDICINE IV
  • PUBLIC HEALTH
  • GENETIC TECHNOLOGY AND MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTICS
4th Semester
  • Bromatological Analysis
  • CLINICAL ANALYSIS II
  • IMAGING DIAGNOSTIC
  • ETHICS: BIOMEDICINA
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: BIOMEDICINA
  • HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
5th SEMESTER
  • CLINICAL ANALYSIS III
  • Pap smear
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
  • COMMUNITY PROGRAM Interdisciplinary
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: BIOMEDICINA
  • CURRENT TOPICS IN BIOMEDICINE
6th Semester
  • PROFESSIONAL STAGE I: BIOMEDICINA
  • elective
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK I: BIOMEDICINA
7th Semester
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • PROFESSIONAL STAGE II: BIOMEDICINA
  • SEMINAR integrative: BIOMEDICINA
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK II: BIOMEDICINA
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Biological Sciences

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

For areas of biotechnology and the environment, the labor market for Life Sciences professionals became increasing and is heated, as these areas have received large investments from the private and public sector together with the importance of environmental preservation and issues related to sustainability. In general, the best opportunities are in the private, public and industry. The Universidade Anhembi Morumbi offers you an updated and aligned curriculum to the labor market, enabling the development of professional skills that make it able to transform reality, and to identify and meet different demands and produce new knowledge.

The Biological Sciences have a big picture of performance for professional and Anhembi Morumbi you will be fully prepared to:

     

  • Develop studies related to planning and management that facilitate the integration of environmental components, promoting sustainable development through new technologies and respecting the social, cultural and ecological variables;
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  • To act in the planning, management and development of actions aimed at the preservation, recovery and environmental education;
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  • Develop studies related to biotechnology in the context of molecular biology and molecular genetics applied to health, industry and agriculture;
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  • Participate with great expertise in the promotion and dissemination of scientific research;
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  • To act in higher education institutions and research centers, formulating and preparing studies and research projects;
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  • Centers that perform guidance, planning and improvement of the environment – environmental education;
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  • To guide, direct, advise and provide advice to companies, foundations, corporations and professional associations in projects in the areas of Health, Natural Resource Conservation, Sanitation, Pest Control and Analysis of Environmental Impact;
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  • Conduct related activities biotechnology, molecular biology and genetics, and zoological parks, the management of plant and animal populations, health and environmental biology;
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  • Working in multidisciplinary teams, developing innovative ideas and strategic actions that can contribute to environmental preservation, health, well-being and quality of human life.
Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • COMMUNICATION
  • STRUCTURE AND ANIMAL FUNCTION
  • PLANT STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS
  • PRACTICES IN BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
  • BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES
1st Semester
  • AGGRESSION AND DEFENSE
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY I ANIMAL
  • PLANT BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY I
  • HUMAN Morphology
2nd Semester
  • Biosafety
  • BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY ANIMAL II
  • PLANT BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY II
  • ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT I
  • HOMEOSTASIS
  • HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
3rd Semester
  • AGGRESSION AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT II
  • PRINCIPLES OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
  • MOLECULAR GENETIC AND PROCESSES
  • INTEGRATED I PROJECT: BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
4th Semester
  • PROFESSIONAL ETHICS: BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
  • GEOLOGY AND BIO PALEONTOLOGY
  • MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
  • COMMUNITY PROGRAM Interdisciplinary
  • INTEGRATED PROJECT II: BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
  • ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND TOXICOLOGY
5th SEMESTER
  • NATURAL PROTECTED AREAS
  • Biostatistics and Epidemiology
  • BIOINFORMATICS
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
  • PLANTS AND WELL-BEING
6th Semester
  • Entomology
  • Supervised INTERNSHIP I BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
  • NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES AND
  • elective
  • COURSE FINAL PAPER I: BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
7th Semester
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • Supervised INTERNSHIP II BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
  • INTEGRATIVE SEMINAR: BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
  • COURSE FINAL PAPER II: BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Physical Education

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

At Anhembi Morumbi, you will learn through educational technology, Which includes workshops, experiences and studies in small groups, simulation, virtual reality and insertion in internship sites, among other learning strategies.

The diversity and quality of the methodologies used allow the student to have competitive advantage. They also all the subsidies are Provide That You can succeed in your career in the Physical Education area.

The enrichment of the university experience through the interaction with the teachers, peers and content from other courses at Anhembi Morumbi Enables the comprehensive formation of the student, as well as the optimization of Their personal and professional talents.

Sports Have Been in the center of the attention in Brazil because of the mega events the country will host. The legacy education for sport is undeniable and the market for Physical Education professionals is very promising. Similarly, attention to the promotion of well-being and improvement of the quality of life of Brazilians to help sharpen such trend.

Thus, the professional graduated in Physical Education is vital for the society, since it uses specialized and scientific knowledge.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • Complementary Activity (Physical Education)
  • Athletics
  • Communication
  • Human Morphology
  • Human Kinetics
  • Principles of Physical Activity and Sports
  • Basic Biological Processes
1st Semester
  • Locomotive System
  • Human and Social Development
  • Handball
  • Homeostasis
  • Health and Environment
  • Volleyball
2nd Semester
  • Gym Activities
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Scientific Methodology
  • Cardiovascular System
  • Respiratory System
3rd Semester
  • Physical Assessment
  • Basketball
  • Movement Biomechanics
  • Physical Conditioning
  • Integrated Project I: Physical Education
  • Public Health
  • Nutritional Supplements on Physical Activity and Sports
4th Semester
  • Structure and Organization of Sports Institutions Professional Ethics
  • Pharmacology Applied to Sports
  • Soccer and Indoor Soccer
  • Health Service Management
  • Integrated Project II: Physical Education
  • Sports Training From Sedentary Individuals to Athletes
5th SEMESTER
  • Physical Activity for People with Disabilities
  • Conduct in Clinical Special Conditions
  • Identification, Selection and Promotion of Sports Talents
  • Swimming
  • Interdisciplinary Community Program
  • Sports Trends in the 21st Century
  • Final Course Paper I: Physical Education
6th Semester
  • Anthropology and Brazilian Culture
  • Professional Internship I: Physical Education
  • Marketing and Organization of Sporting Events
7th Semester
  • Communication and Leadership in Physical Activity and Sports
  • Professional Internship II: Physical Education
  • Optional
  • Integrative Seminar: Physical Education
  • Final Course Paper II: Physical Education
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Nursing

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 48 months Mode: On-site
Career

In a changing industry and already prospecting a great need for nurses (due to the phenomenon of aging of the population affected by chronic diseases), where new opportunities arise every day, multiple and growing are the chances for the Bachelor of Nursing.

     

  • Performance in nursing care in primary, secondary and tertiary, in the various Health services;
  •  

  • Management of health services: Basic Health Unit, Hospitals, establishing long-term and clinics;
  •  

  • autonomous activity and own office empreendedora- (for the care of healthy livelihoods, entrepreneur home care companies (Home Care), training and provision of elderly caregivers services, and consulting and advisory services in health.
Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • COMMUNICATION
  • HUMAN Morphology
  • PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE OF NURSING I
  • BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES
  • THERAPEUTIC AND NURSING LANGUAGE
1st Semester
  • AGGRESSION AND DEFENSE
  • LOCOMOTIVE SYSTEM
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE OF NURSING II
  • CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
  • RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
2nd Semester
  • PRACTICE AND NURSING PROCESS III
  • HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
  • PUBLIC HEALTH
  • DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
  • ENDOCRINE AND REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
  • urinary system
3rd Semester
  • DRUG THERAPY BASES
  • CLINICAL NURSING I
  • EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATION IN HEALTH
  • NURSING COMMUNITY HEALTH AND FAMILY
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: NURSING
  • NERVOUS SYSTEM
4th Semester
  • CLINICAL NURSING II
  • ETHICS: NURSING
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
  • CARE PROCESS CYCLE VITAL I
  • COMMUNITY PROGRAM Interdisciplinary
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: NURSING
5th SEMESTER
  • CLINICAL NURSING III
  • EMERGENCY NURSING
  • HEALTH SERVICE MANAGEMENT
  • CARE PROCESS CYCLE VITAL II
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK I: NURSING
6th Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • DOMESTIC CARE
  • PROFESSIONAL STAGE I: NURSING
  • QUALITY MANAGEMENT AND PATIENT SAFETY
  • elective
7th Semester
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • PROFESSIONAL STAGE II: NURSING
  • SEMINAR integrative: NURSING
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN NURSING
  • COURSE COMPLETION OF WORK II: NURSING
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Aesthetics

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 42 months Mode: On-site
Career

Professional Esthetics is responsible for taking care of the health of the body and skin, turning to the physical well-being, aesthetic and mental disorder. So a beautician needs to be fully aware of the importance of their patients, since beauty, for many, is wellness sign himself. In addition to scientific and anatomical knowledge of the human body, this professional must also have cosmetology concepts and active ingredients of each cosmetic.

The area of ​​operation of Aesthetics professionals varies among different segments, including: aesthetic clinics, beauty salons, medical clinics, ships, cosmetic companies, among others.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • COMMUNICATION
  • COSMETOLOGIA
  • BACKGROUND OF COSMETIC
  • HUMAN Morphology
  • PROCESSES basic biological
  • AESTHETIC THERAPY
1st Semester
  • Biosafety in HEALTH
  • COSMETIC INTEGRATED
  • HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL
  • ELETROESTÉTICA R
  • COSMETIC AND SKIN CHANGES
  • I INTEGRATED DESIGN: Aesthetic
  • BODY SYSTEM
2 & Sem lt; / strong & gt;
  • NUTRITION BASICS
  • ELETROESTÉTICA II
  • AESTHETIC BODY R
  • Aesthetic facial I
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: Aesthetic
  • RESOURCES IN COSMETIC MANUAL
3 half
  • AESTHETIC BODY II
  • AESTHETIC FACIAL II
  • elective R
  • HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
  • SPA THERAPY I
  • course completion WORK I: Aesthetic
4 Half
  • EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATIONS IN HEALTH
  • SUPERVISED I: Aesthetic
  • in medicine and surgery Aesthetic
  • ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES IN COSMETIC
  • Interdisciplinary Community Program
  • SPA THERAPY II
SEMESTER 5th
  • anthropology, and culture BRAZILIAN
  • SUPERVISED II: Aesthetic
  • MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING SERVICE IN BEAUTY
  • elective II
  • SEMINAR integrative: Aesthetic
  • course completion WORK II: Aesthetic
Half 6
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES ALONG THE COURSE

Tecnologia em Estética e Cosmética: Visagismo e Terapia Capilar

Duration: 30 months Mode: On-site
Career

A Universidade Anhembi Morumbi oferece a você um currículo atualizado e alinhado ao mercado de trabalho, possibilitando o desenvolvimento de competências profissionais que o tornem capaz de transformar a realidade, bem como identificar e atender diferentes demandas e produzir novos conhecimentos.

O visagismo deriva do francês visage – tradução para rosto – e consiste em aplicar fundamentos das artes visuais para criar uma imagem pessoal adequada à personalidade do indivíduo, analisando os componentes da face, proporções do corpo e o desejo do cliente. Esse assunto é uma tendência mundial, por isso, o visagista tem pela frente um amplo e crescente mercado de atuação, tanto no cenário nacional como no internacional. Além disso, consegue atuar com equipes de multiprofissionais na prevenção e tratamento das alterações do couro cabeludo, haste capilar e quedas de cabelo.

Ao concluir o curso de Visagismo e Terapia Capilar na Universidade Anhembi Morumbi, você estará apto a realizar:

Visagismo: fundamentos de artes visuais na harmonização da imagem pessoal em relação à corte de cabelo, coloração, texturização capilar, penteados, maquiagem, moda e acessórios;

Terapia Capilar: subsídios para utilização de recursos em eletroestética, óleos essenciais e terapias manuais nas alterações de couro cabeludo, quedas de cabelos e haste capilar;

Cortes e Penteados: com base na arte visagista, cortes e penteados personalizados e contemporâneos;

Coloração: nuances e tonalidades, atuando com habilidade, destreza e criatividade;

Práticas Capilares: compromisso de personalizar cada tratamento, identificando os cosméticos ideais

Maquiagem: realiza uma perfeita harmonização facial, por meio da maquiagem personalizada;

Gestão e Marketing: aplica as técnicas de marketing pessoal e gestão do seu próprio negócio.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • Cosmetologia
    Desenvolvimento Humano e Social
    Estrutura e Função Básica
    Basic Biological Processes
    Visagismo e Práticas Capilares
1st Semester
  • Maquiagem e Harmonização da Imagem Pessoal
    Mecanismos Básicos de Agressão e Defesa
    Química Capilar
    Sistemas Corporais Básicos
    Técnicas de Corte I
2º Semestre
  • Colorimetria Capilar
    Estilos e Tendências em Moda no Visagismo
    Saúde Coletiva
    Técnicas de Corte II
    Tricologia
3º Semestre
  • Cortes Avançados e Barbearia
    Entrepreneurship
    Percepção da Imagem e Visagismo Pleno
    Terapia Capilar
    Texturização Capilar
4º Semestre
  • Estética Integral
    Gestão e Marketing em Serviços de Beleza
    Habilidades Práticas: Visagismo e Terapia Capilar
    Optativa
    Primeiros Socorros
5th SEMESTER
ATIVIDADES COMPLEMENTARES AO LONGO DO CURSO

Law

Aspectos Legais dos Shopping Centers

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

It is aimed at legal professionals, or other related fields, which already operate or wish to enter the market of integrated shopping centers, with special emphasis on relationships between entrepreneurs, between entrepreneurs and shopkeepers, between retailers and consumers, between the enterprise and the government, and between employees and employers.

Curriculum

1st semester
The Law and Integrated Shopping Centers
Legal Regime of the Enterprise
People Leadership and Management (Online)
Notary and registration aspects of Enterprise Scope
Contracts and Legal Relations between Entrepreneurs and Tenants
Consumerista regime Integrated Shopping Centers

2nd semester
Methodology of Scientific Research (Online)
Legal relationships with the government
Extrajudicial Settlement of Disputes in Enterprises (Online)
Labor regime Integrated Shopping Centers
Civil responsibility of the Tenant and the Entrepreneur
Tax System in Integrated Shopping Centers
Judicial defense Entrepreneurs and Tenants
3rd semester
Monograph – Legal Aspects of Shopping Centers

Aviation Law

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

Professionals graduates in bachelor courses or degrees in technology Alsoaimed at professionals in the Civil Aviation and / or areas Law and interested in civil aviation and its legislation.

Curriculum

1st Module

FLIGHT SAFETY FOUNDATIONS
AIRPORT INFRASTRUCTURE AND SECURITY
ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION AND AVIATION LAW
AVIATION LEGISLATION AND HISTORY

2nd Module

INTERNATIONAL AVIATION AND LABOR LAW
CRISIS MANAGEMENT
AIR TRAFFIC SAFETY AND Jurisprudence
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
BRAZILIAN Aeronautic REGULATIONS

Module 3

AVIATION AGREEMENTS, INSURANCE AND REINSURANCE
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
Monograph – AVIATION LAW
AIRLINE ORGANIZATION AND CERTIFICATION
CIVIL AND CRIMINAL LIABILITY

Corporate Law and Compliance

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

The course is designed for professionals working in the areas of Law, Engineering, Management, Information Security, Controllers and related fields, as well as professionals working in the business market and business consultants.

Curriculum

1st semester

Company, Market and Constitutional Order
Copyright, Trademarks and the Establishment
People Leadership and Management (Online)
Businesspeople and their obligations
Business Agreements and Contracts Banking
Bankruptcy Law

2nd semester
Methodology of Scientific Research (Online)
Sustainability and Environmental Responsibility
Electronic Commerce and Electronic Contracts
Security Business Information and Unfair Competition
Anti-Corruption Law and its Regulations
Business Ethics and Corporate Ethics in Business
The Compliance Programs and Due Diligence

3rd semester
Monography

Mergers and Acquisitions

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

It is aimed at legal professionals, or related fields, which already operate or wish to insert in the corporate finance market, with special emphasis on due diligence, mergers, acquisitions and corporate restructuring.

Curriculum

1st semester

    Introduction and History of Mergers and Acquisitions
    Due Diligence: Theory and Practice
    People Leadership and Management (Online)
    Term Sheet: Purchase and Sale of Shares and Quotas
    Due Diligence: Labor Relations
    Corporate audit

2nd semester

    Methodology of Scientific Research (Online)
    Liability Administrator
    Taxation In Merger and Acquisition Operations
    Administrative Council for Economic Defense – CADE (Online)
    Corporate reorganization
    Due Diligence: Taxation
    Acquisitions Reorganization and Bankruptcy

3rd semester

    Monograph – Mergers & Acquisitions

International Contracts Management

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

It is aimed at graduates in International Relations, Administration, traders, lawyers and professionals in related fields, or working in the business market.

Curriculum

1st semester

    International Relations, Economics and Law
    The Practice of International Trade and the Multilateral System
    People Leadership and Management (Online)
    International Treaties
    International organizations
    Formation of International Contracts and General Theory

2nd semester

    Methodology of Scientific Research (Online)
    International Economic Law
    Finance Management International
    International contracts
    International Contracts of Work, Risk and Clauses
    Private International Law
    Conflict Solutions

3rd semester

    Monography

Law

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 60 months Mode: On-site
Career

The mission of the Bachelor of Law is to ENSURE the harmony, social stability and security in cool people relations.

The professional in this area has opportunities in the public and private sectors, such as Civil, Criminal, Corporate, Consumer, Tax, Copyright, Environmental Law and others. They will Also be able to choose among Several careers, such as the Judiciary, Public Prosecutor’s Office, the Public Defender’s Office, the State Prosecutor’s Office, police officer careers, and University teaching Mainly, working in law Firms.

After Completing the course, the professionals will be able to advocate and hold other professions related to the Bachelor’s Degree in Law, since They will able to master the foundations of Several Law fields, such as Civil, Criminal, Business, Tax, Consumer, Environmental , International, Electronic, etc.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • EXPRESSION & amp; COMMUNICATION
  • CIVIL LAW I
  • Economy
  • INTRODUCTION TO STUDY LAW
  • LEGAL SOCIOLOGY
  • GENERAL THEORY OF STATE
1st Semester
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • CIVIL LAW II
  • CONSTITUTIONAL LAW I
  • BUSINESS LAW I
  • CRIMINAL LAW I
2nd Semester
  • CIVIL LAW III
  • CONSTITUTIONAL LAW II
  • BUSINESS LAW II
  • CRIMINAL LAW II
  • PROCESS GENERAL THEORY
3rd Semester
  • CIVIL LAW IV
  • LABOR LAW I
  • CRIMINAL LAW III
  • CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW I
  • PHILOSOPHY OF LAW
  • METHODOLOGY – SCIENCE AND TECHNICAL STANDARDS
4th Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • civil law V
  • CONSUMER LAW
  • LABOR LAW II
  • CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW II
  • PROCEDURAL CRIMINAL LAW I
5th SEMESTER
  • civil law VI
  • CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW III
  • LABOR PROCEDURAL LAW
  • PROCEDURAL CRIMINAL LAW II
  • CIVIL PRACTICE I
  • CRIMINAL PRACTICE I
6th Semester
  • ADMINISTRATIVE LAW I
  • CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW IV
  • ENTREPRENEURSHIP & amp; SUSTAINABILITY
  • INTERNSHIP I – LAW
  • CRIMINAL PRACTICE II
  • LABOR PRACTICE I
7th Semester
  • LEGAL UPDATE I
  • ADMINISTRATIVE LAW II
  • PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW
  • Civil Procedural Law V
  • INTERNSHIP II – LAW
  • PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
  • LEGAL Monograph I
  • CRIMINAL PRACTICE III
  • LABOR PRACTICE II
8th Semester
  • LEGAL UPDATE II
  • PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW
  • TAX LAW I
  • INTERNSHIP III – LAW
  • LEGAL Monograph II
  • Elective I
  • CIVIL PRACTICE II
  • PRACTICE BUSINESS
9th SEMESTER
  • LEGAL UPDATE III
  • TAX LAW II
  • INTERNSHIP IV – LAW
  • elective III (sign language)
  • CIVIL PRACTICE III
  • TAX PRACTICE
10th Semester
  • COMPLEMENTARY ACTIVITY

Turism & Hospitality

Advanced Training in Administration Event Organization

Duration: 12 months Mode: On-site
Career

It is intended for graduates in all areas who have prior professional experience or interest in Improving Their knowledge and specializing
in the area of ​​administration and organization of events.

Curriculum

1st semester
Marketing and Communication in Events
Strategic Management in Events
Financial Management and Planning
Leadership in Teams
Productivity in Event Companies

2nd Semester
Corporate Events planning
Social, Cultural and Sport Events
Creative Processes
Project Management

Advanced Training in Gastronomy Business

Duration: 12 months Mode: On-site
Career

It is intended for graduates in any area and who have previous experience or interest in Improving knowledge and specializing in the area of ​​business management of the Food and Beverage sector.

Curriculum

1st Semester
Gastronomy Industry Law
Strategic management in F&D
Menu Planning
Financial Management – Costs and Budget
Purchases and Supplies Management

2nd Semester
Business Plan and Market Trends
Management of the Beverage Sector
Franchise Consulting Management
Organizational Planning

Bakery & Confectionery

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

It is intended for graduates in the areas of Gastronomy, Nutrition, Hospitality and Tourism as well as in any other area, provided que They have prior experience or interest in Improving knowledge and specializing in the Confectionery and Bakery area.

Curriculum

1st Semester – Module: Fundamental

Foundations of Confectionery
Classic Confectionery
Baking Essentials
Ice cream and Cold Desserts
Business Management in Confectionery

2nd Semester – Module: Deepening

Confectionery
Chocolate
Artistic Confectionery
Scientific Research Methodology
Viennoiserie and Fermentation Techniques
Entremets and Portioned Desserts

3rd Semester – Module: Advanced

Party Sweets
Advanced Baking
Brazilian Sweets
Advanced and Creative Confectionery

Gastronomy

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

Is targeted at professionals from related fields of Gastronomy, such as Nutrition, Food Engineering, Hospitality and Tourism. Graduates in other areas, without prior experience in Gastronomy, although interested to know and extend concepts in classic cooking techniques and food and drinks management.

Curriculum

1st Semester – Module: Fundamental

Food Safety
Basic Kitchen Skills
People Management and Leadership
Meat, Poultry and Fish
Operational Management Food Services

2nd Semester – Module: Deepening

Bars, Drinks and Wines
Menu Planning
Confectionery Methods and Techniques
Scientific Research Methodology
Gastronomy in Events
Cold Kitchen

3rd Semester – Module: Specific Cuisines

Asian Cuisine
Bakery Methods and Techniques
Gastronomic Culture and International Cuisine
French and Italian Classical Cuisine
Brazilian Cuisine

MBA in Gastronomy and Event Management

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 12 months Mode: On-site
Career

It is intended for graduates in all areas who have prior professional experience or interest in Improving Their knowledge and specializing in business management of the food, drinks and events industry.

Curriculum

1st Semester
Gastronomy Industry Law
Strategic management in F&D
Menu Planning
Financial Management – Costs and Budget
Purchases and Supplies Management
Marketing and Communication in Events
Strategic Management in Events
Financial Management and Planning
Leadership in Teams
Productivity in Event Companies

2nd Semester
Business Plan and Market Trends
Management of the Beverage Sector
Franchise Consulting Management
Organizational Planning
Corporate Events planning
Processes in Social, Cultural and Sport Events
Creative Processes
Project Management

Post-graduation in Functional Culinary Arts

Course type: Lato Sensu Duration: 18 months Mode: On-site
Career

The course is Aimed at professionals in Gastronomy and related areas such as Nutrition and Food Engineering. It Is Also Aimed at graduates in other areas of interest, but with previous experience in Gastronomy and interested in Knowing and deepening the concepts in Gastronomy and Functional Nutrition.

Curriculum

1st Semester – Module: Fundamental

Fundamentals of Functional Gastronomy
Composition and Chemistry of Foods
Basic Techniques of Applied Cooking
Special Diets and Alternatives

2nd Semester – Module: Deepening

Food Sensory Analysis
Prevention and Treatment of Chronic Noncommunicable Diseases
Functional in Life Cycles
Scientific Research Methodology
Medicinal Plants, Herbs, Spices and PLANCs
Applied Nutrigemonics and Nutrigenética

3rd Semester – Module: Specialties

Brazilian and International Functional Kitchens
Functional Bakery and Confectionery
Developments in Functional Kitche
Trends and Solutions

Events (Technologist)

Course type: Technologist Duration: 24 months Mode: Semipresencial, Presencial, À Distância
Career

The events market is growing every day and, therefore, the search for updated professionals in the private and public sectors is constant. This professional can work in the execution of government and corporate events, parties and fairs open to the public and social events, in order to position and promote the government or before their public companies.

Curriculum
Subjects
Course series
  • BEHAVIOR, CEREMONIAL, PROTOCOL AND ETIQUETTE
  • COMMUNICATION
  • FOOD AND BEVERAGE MANAGEMENT
  • MARKETING MANAGEMENT
  • EVENT PLANNING AND DESIGN
1st Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • EVENTS TECHNICAL – SCIENTIFIC
  • PEOPLE MANAGEMENT
  • PRODUCTION AND LOGISTICS IN EVENTS
  • TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATION IN EVENTS
2nd Semester
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • STRATEGIES marketing
  • CORPORATE EVENTS AND BUSINESS
  • CULTURAL EVENTS, SPORTS AND SOCIAL
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN I: TECHNOLOGY EVENTS
3rd Semester
  • ACCOUNTING & amp; COSTS
  • STAGE COURSE: TECHNOLOGY EVENTS
  • INTERNATIONAL EVENTS AND mega-events
  • elective
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN II: TECHNOLOGY EVENTS
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN EVENTS
4th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Gastronomy (Technologist)

Course type: Technologist Duration: 24 months Mode: Semipresencial, Presencial, À Distância
Career

You will be able to work in Brazil and abroad, BOTH in the kitchen and in the administrative area. You will Also learn the routine of companies and the daily production, having contact with Several aspects of Gastronomy.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • FOOD SCIENCE, AND HYGIENE LEGISLATION
  • COMMUNICATION
  • BASICS OF COOKING
  • PRINCIPLES OF GASTRONOMY
1st Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • CONFECTIONERY
  • enology AND harmonization
  • FOOD AND DRINK MANAGEMENT
  • CLASSIC TECHNIQUES
2nd Semester
  • ASIAN CUISINE
  • FRENCH CUISINE
  • ITALIAN CUISINE
  • elective
  • BAKERY
3rd Semester
  • BRAZILIAN CUISINE
  • MEDITERRANEAN CUISINE
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • Supervised INTERNSHIP: GASTRONOMY
  • INTEGRATED PROJECT: GASTRONOMY
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN GASTRONOMY
4th Semester
Complementary activities throughout the course

Hotel Management

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 42 months Mode: On-site
Career

Business vocation, leadership ability and ease of dealing with the public shouldnt be inherent to a professional career in hospitality. With These requirements, you will be able to operate in regions que offer leisure tourism or hospitality focused on hosting executives. The labor market Also requires solid general knowledge.

Curriculum
Subjects Course series
  • KITCHEN AND SERVICE PRACTICAL LEARNING
  • COMMUNICATION
  • HOSPITALITY
  • ENGLISH I
  • LEISURE and recreation in Hospitality
  • HOTEL OPERATIONS
1st Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • FOOD AND BEVERAGE PRACTICAL LEARNING
  • STATISTICS
  • HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
  • ENGLISH II
  • TOURISM AND TRAVEL PRINCIPLES
2nd Semester
  • TOURISM LAW AND LEGISLATION
  • MARKETING MANAGEMENT
  • HISTORY AND HERITAGE
  • ENGLISH III
  • SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
  • INTEGRATED I PROJECT: HOSPITALITY
3rd Semester
  • HOTEL ARCHITECTURE
  • COSTS AND Budgets
  • HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • EVENTS AND ENTERTAINMENT
  • ENGLISH IV
  • INTEGRATED PROJECT II: HOSPITALITY
4th Semester
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • FOOD AND BEVERAGE MANAGEMENT
  • HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
  • TRAVEL AND PRODUCT MANAGEMENT
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN III: HOSPITALITY
5th SEMESTER
  • CONTROLLERSHIP
  • INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY POLICY
  • ENTREPRENEURSHIP
  • HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT SERVICES
  • INTEGRATED DESIGN IV: HOSPITALITY
6th Semester
  • SALES STRATEGIES: HOTEL COMPANY
  • ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
  • Elective I
  • COURSE FINAL PAPER I: HOSPITALITY
7th Semester
  • Supervised INTERNSHIP
  • INTEGRATED BUSINESS GAMES
  • Elective II
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN HOSPITALITY
  • COURSE FINAL PAPER II: HOSPITALITY
8th Semester
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES TO TRAVEL LONG

Hospitality (Technologist)

Course type: Technologist Duration: 24 months
Career

The career in hospitality, Especially in hospital management, is exciting, dynamic, and international promising.

The hospitality industry is the second largest employer in the world, behind only of government agencies. It shows the trend of high growth in Brazil and in the world, Which Increases the shortage of qualified professionals.

Curriculum
  • BEHAVIOR, CEREMONIAL, PROTOCOL AND ETIQUETTE
  • COMMUNICATION
  • FOOD AND BEVERAGE MANAGEMENT
  • MARKETING MANAGEMENT
  • EVENT PLANNING AND DESIGN
1st Semester
  • ANTHROPOLOGY AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE
  • PEOPLE MANAGEMENT
  • LOUNGE & amp; RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT
  • HOTEL OPERATIONS
  • GENERAL THEORY OF TOURISM
2nd Semester
  • CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  • STRATEGIES marketing
  • HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
  • HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT SERVICES
  • INTEGRATED I PROJECT: HOSPITALITY TECHNOLOGY
3rd Semester
  • ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION OF HOTEL PROJECTS
  • ACCOUNTING & amp; COSTS
  • INTERNSHIP: HOSPITALITY TECHNOLOGY
  • elective
  • INTEGRATED PROJECT II: HOSPITALITY TECHNOLOGY
  • SPECIAL TOPICS IN HOSPITALITY
4th Semester
Complementary Activities

Tourism

Course type: Bachelor's degree Duration: 36 months Mode: On-site
Career

The labor market is very wide for turismologists in a country such as Brazil, where there are Several cities inserted in the business or leisure tourism. However, in order to keep up with the market demands, such professional has improved Increasingly, Becoming even more versatile and engaged.

The sector has many emerging areas, such as: eco-tourism, with a great momentum in the Brazilian North and Midwest regions; maritime tourism, Which takes place During the summer throughout the Brazilian territory; event tourism, Mainly with the hosting of mega shows and scientific meetings; and wellness and health tourism. These are only a few examples of the Several opportunities available.

Partnerships and agreements signed with the main public and private ongoing the sector Institutions Provide participation of the students in major events and projects designed for the market, in addition to offering an extensive range of training courses in the prestigious most and active companies in the field.

Curriculum
Subjects
Course series
  • Communication
  • History and Heritage
  • Hospitality
  • English I
  • Event
  • Sociology Leisure and Tourism
  • General Theory of Tourism
1st Semester
  • Anthropology and Brazilian Culture
  • Geography and Cartography
  • English II
  • Agencies Operations, Travel and Transport
  • Food and Beverage operations
  • Lodging Facilities operations
2nd Semester
  • Applied Statistics to Tourism
  • English III
  • Scientific Methodology
  • Planning and Tourism Organization I
  • Public Policy on Tourism
  • Integrated Project I: Tourism
  • Tourism and Environment
3rd Semester
  • Human and Social Development
  • Leisure and Entertainment Management
  • English IV
  • Marketing in Tourism
  • Planning and Tourism Organization II
  • Integrated Project II Tourism
4th Semester
  • Accounting