Schools

What are they?

Schools are sectors created from the grouping of courses within the same field of study. These sectors are prepared to make it easier for the student to have access to the coordinators of each Graduation course offered at the University, as well as to provide academic information.

Such goal becomes real with the offering of long and short-term courses and activities that equip those interested in:

  • Expanding their knowledge;

  • Structuring of their professional specialization;

  • Learning of new techniques;

  • Staying up-to-date with the continuous innovations that emerge.

The courses are distributed across the following Schools:
  • School of Health Sciences;

  • School of Applied and Social Sciences;

  • School of Education, Sciences, Languages, Arts and Humanities;

  • School of Science and Technology.


School of Health Sciences

The School of Health Sciences is composed by the Biomedicine, Biological Sciences, Physical Education, Nursing, Physiotherapy, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Nutrition, Dentistry, Psychology, Esthetics and Cosmetics, and Radiology courses.


School of Applied and Social Sciences

the School of Applied and Social Sciences is composed by the Administration, Accounting Sciences, Law, Journalism, Advertising, Social Service, Graphic Design, Human Resources Management, Financial Management, Logistics, Marketing, Fashion and Managerial Processes courses.


School of Education, Sciences, Languages, Arts and Humanities

The School of Education, Sciences, Languages, Arts and Humanities is composed by the History, Languages, Mathematics, Pedagogy and Theology courses.


School of Science and Technology

The School of Science and Technology is composed by the Architecture and Urbanism, Civil Engineering, Production Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Information Systems, Systems Development and Analysis, Environmental Management and Computer Network course.