The ingress occurs upon a Unified System Selection (SiSU) based on the performance of the National Examination of Secondary Education (ENEM); internal movement, transfers from other HEIs and those with undergraduate degree diplomas in higher education, the existence of vague; and compulsory transfer.
Objectives of the Course:
Train Computing and Information Technology professionals with expertise in scientific aspects of computing to work with theoretical and practical problems of computing existing in the real world; keep up with scientific developments, recent theoretical and technological Computer, and their limitations; design, plan and manage computer systems in different business areas, using different methodologies and programming languages; designing and building software and hardware products, have a humanistic and ethic vision consistent of the impact of their professional activities in society, in addition to following the ethical and moral standards in the area of their profession. Unlike the Systems Analysis course, which is more focused use of technology, computer science course allows a more general basis Computer, it emphasizes the theoretical and scientific aspect, and how it can assist in developing new software products. The course has a greater workload than the Systems Analysis and requires the student a full dedication.
Manage, design and develop both conventional software such as Web, using different programming languages;