A study by the Brazilian Association of Information and Communication Technology Companies (Brasscom) revealed that the technology area needs around 70 thousand professionals per year in Brazil. However, the country's higher education institutions manage to train 46 thousand.
Thinking about it, the West has invested in graduations that offer excellent teaching to train professionals to work in the sector, which has a very favorable job market in the current scenario. The Distance Education Center (Nead) has just launched two new courses related to technology: Software Engineering and Information Technology Management.
With a duration of four years, the Software Engineering course will have disciplines focused on the development of entrepreneurial and cooperative skills for the construction and management of quality software systems, capable of acting in different domains of the labor market. According to the coordinator, Agla Pereira Zaupa, the course has a very solid basis, as it was born at the Faculty of Informatics (Fipp) of Unoeste, which has offered courses in the area for over 30 years.
Already offered in the face-to-face modality, the Information Technology Management course in the distance learning modality has the same curricular structure and the same faculty.
Those interested in entering the distant degrees from Unoeste can access the entrance exam page on the website. There is the possibility to take the test online, according to the Enem score, through transfer or as a 2nd grader.