- Aerospace Engineering
The program trains professionals able to work in the development of aeronautical and space vehicle systems, as well as orbital platforms.
- Automotive Engineering
The program trains professionals for the design, manufacture and operation of automotive vehicles, their functional systems, safety mechanisms and alternative fuel technologies.
- Civil Infrastructure Engineering
The program trains professionals to work in the design and execution of civil works, with emphasis on infrastructure and large-scale works, such as highways, railways, ports, airports, bridges, tunnels and sanitation.
- Transportation and Logistics Engineering
The program trains professionals to plan and make decisions about the allocation of resources and the movement of people and goods in the business area and on urban and interurban transport.
- Railway and Subway Engineering
The program trains professionals with a systemic view of railway and subway engineering to work in the design of vehicles such as wagons and locomotives, in operations management and in the maintenance of railways and subways.
- Science and Technology
The program trains qualified professionals to work in the areas of process management, systems modeling and programming, product development, understanding of strategic planning and innovative and social entrepreneurship.
- Mechatronics Engineering
The program trains professionals to the challenges of the connected, automated and sustainable world, with focus on the interaction between programmin, electronics, electric drives, robotics, communication systems and control systems.
- Naval Engineering
The program trains professionals for both scientific research and the professional market, working in the design and construction of vessels and their respective systems and in water transportation.
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