UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

 

POLI-UPE offers a wide range of courses for Undergraduate Students:

 

 

Please note that all courses are taught in Portuguese so we highly recommend having a good level (minimum B1) of the language before joining our university. Portuguese classes are also offered to foreign students before and during the semester.

 

The admission to undergraduate courses can occur in two ways:

 

  1. By entry exam; or

  2. For internal and external transfers (See university policy).

 

 

 

Civil Engineering

 

This course enables you to perform a wide range of activities: project companies, industrial engineering contractors, construction companies, contractors, direct and indirect public bodies, foundations and institutions of education and research.

 

The student will learn about:

 

  • Structures

  • Waterworks and sanitation

  • Civil Construction

  • Soil mechanicsTransportation

  • Digital methods

  • Performance and technological innovation in construction

  • Construction management

 

        See course description 

 

 

 

Computer Engineering

 

The course enables professionals to specify, develop, adapt, industrialize and update computer systems, in areas such as telecommunication, computer architecture, digital systems and more areas related to software development, as well as complete integration of physical and logical resources needed by an organization.

 

The student will learn about:

 

  • Plan computational systems or adapt existing ones

  • Study the technical feasibility and costs of the project, detailing them and doing the follow-up of all its stages of production

  • You can also participate in the elaboration of industrial automation projects, using new programming techniques

  • Modeling and simulation of systems that ensure the efficient use of computer resources

  • Contribute, using his deep expertise in ICT, for an information society fully (i.e. more fair, inclusive and democratic).

 

      See course description

 

 

 

Electrical Electronics Engineering

 

The course of Electrical Engineering, Electronic Modality, forms professionals able to develop, execute and manage projects of integrated circuits and printed circuit, studying features, specifications, analyzing defects and proposing solutions.

 

The student will learn about:

 

  • Transmission and transport of data, voice, and video

  • Install and maintain equipment, circuits, and electronic systems

  • The technology of transmission and decoding of digital signals

  • Integrate and control machines

 

     See course description

 

 

 

Electrical Telecommunication Engineering

 

The course of Electrical Engineering, Telecommunications modality, forms the professional in the electronic area making him able to design, execute and drive proposals for implementation in the area of electronic communication, studying features, specifications, prepare graphics or mathematical projects, designing work methods, define required resources and other required data, based on established technical specifications.

 

The student will learn about:

 

  • Develop and deploy transmission systems of digital and analog signals

  • Broadcast equipment of AM and FM stations, pay-TV and radio communication services

  • Operate with phone and mobile network and manage its operation

  • Plan the use of networks LAN, WAN, internet and analyze telecommunication projects

  • Give technical support and operate systems that involve optical fibers, antennae, and satellites.

 

See course description

 

 

 

 Electrical Engineering

 

The course of Electrical Engineering, eletrotechnical modality, forms the professional in the electrical area, making him able to know about electrical measurements, electrical machines and carry out technical-economic feasibility studies.

 

The student will learn about:

 

  • Analisys of power systems

  • Generation, transmission and distribution of energy

  • Protection of electrical systems

  • Plan, design and install electrical installations

 

See course description

 

 

 

Industrial Mechanics Engineering

 

The course of Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Modality, forms the professional to start a career in any area of mechanical engineering since his training does not have any specialisation but more of character of general culture.

 

The student will learn about:

 

  • Machinning processes

  • Industrial installations

  • Applied mechanics

  • Practice of repair

 

See course description

 

 

 

Automation and Control Engineering

 

The course of  Automation and Control Engineering, forms the professional to design, specify, develop and maintain equipment, process, as well mechanical systems.

 

The student will learn about:

 

  • Thermal systems

  • Construction, mechanical and industrial projects

  • Optmize, use and develop manufacturing systems

 

 

See course description  

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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