Courses

According to IFSC database, the Florianópolis Campus has in its structure: 58 classrooms, 101 laboratories, 1 library, and 5 sports courts. In its functional board it has 605 servers, of which 398 are teachers, and 207 are administrative staff. Besides, the Campus has, according to 2018 IFSC statistic directory, approximately 7.591 registered students, in face-to-face and distance courses, distributed as follows:

  • 09 Initial and Continuing Education (FIC): courses that have as their goal the capacitation, perfecting, specialization and actualization in all teaching levels, in the areas of Professional and Technological Education, among them: Basic Orchestral Instruments, Caregiver, English, Orchestral Practice, Animation Theater, French, Radiological Protection, Conversation in Spanish, Meteorological Instrumentation;
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  • 05 Technology Courses: undergraduation courses that award the title of technologist. Among the available courses there are: Product Design, Information Technology Management, Radiology, Energy Systems, Industrial Electronics;
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  • 12 Subsequent Courses: or post high school, are technical courses aimed at students who concluded high school and seek technical formation. Currently there are the following courses: Automotive Maintenance, Building, Electronics, Electrotechnics, Land Surveying, Computing, Internet Computing (distance course), Industrial Mechanics, Environment, Sanitation, Meteorology, Workplace Safety;
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  • 11 Undergraduation courses:
     

    • 07 Technology Courses: undergraduation courses that award the title of technologist. Among the available courses there are: Building and Construction, Product Design, Public Management (distance course), Computing Management, Radiology, Energy Systems, Industrial Electronics;
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    • 04 Engineering Courses: Civil, Electric, Electronic, and Mechatronic;
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  • 05 Lato Sensu Graduation Courses: specialization courses, such as: Science Teaching, Health Management (distance courses), Professional and Technological Education – PTE, Electronic Products Development, and Markets and Energy Trading;
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  • 04 Stricto Sensu Graduation Courses: Master’s Degree courses, seeking the professional’s development in multiple areas of knowledge through the study of techniques, processes, or themes which somehow attend to some sort of professional demand. Currently, there are the following courses: Mechatronics, Radiological Protection, Climate and Environment, and Energy Systems.