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Faculdade Machado de Assis
Curitiba, Brazil



   

University description (as per official university website)

The economic expansion of Curitiba and metropolitan region has created the need for new professionals, with solid theoretical and practical training in the use of modern tools of Business Management.

Seeking to meet this growing demand, FAME - Faculty of Technology Machado de Assis offers technology courses in higher education recognized by the MEC and the market.

Following a policy of quality and constant innovation, we are always offering new courses aimed at the professional market.

We provide training to our students in a shorter period than the traditional higher education courses and value the practice of professional activities that the future will play, combining the theoretical with the supervised practice. For this, our teachers are working professionals and valued in the market and have some great teaching experience.

Courses
Human Resource Management
Financial Management
Foreign Trade
Logistics
Marketing
Administration


HR Management

Authorized by Ordinance No. 3177 - Gazette, 15/09/2005

Aims and objectives of the course

Form the professional level technologist able to work in management especially in the cycles of personnel, material resources, tax and accounting of assets and information systems in addition to Internet technologies, observing the ethical principles that govern human life and professional practice, being able to positively interact in their environment and become agents of change and technological adaptation, from an activity identified with the reality of Brazilian companies.

The technology course in Human Resource Management aims to:

- Training level professionals with technological capacity to meet the technical aspects of HR practices. Prepare professionals with specialist training in HR with further training within the lines developed.

- To enable students to be in condition to face the job market in a globalized and competitive world.

- Provide specific training in HR, with a solid foundation of theoretical and practical, who can interpret the changes in their environment and act on the second ethical problem solving and businesses.

Financial Management

Authorized by Ordinance No. 3721 - DOU of 24/10/2005

Aims and Objectives of the Course

Course Technology Management Financial aims to train professionals and management specialists in activity financial , giving them the domain knowledge in the management of financial services and concepts, related to policies, plans and actions of the banking segment, such as : Manager of Credit and Collection Analyst Feasibility Financial and Risk Analyst, Credit Clerk, Business Manager, Investment Analyst and management of insurance and pension plans, Treasury Manager, Financial Manager, Financial Control Manager, monitoring of market stock and derivatives such that this correlation is aligned with the business of the organization as a whole, in an integrated, systemic and strategic.

Will further contribute to creating the conditions necessary for students to the emergence of entrepreneurs, introducing them to new concepts of excellence in this segment.

This process occurs in several steps assimilated by students, will enable them to conditions that may act as financial advisor, analyst profitability of credit operations, accounts manager in any type or size of institution financial , brokerage, financial , stock exchanges and financial departments of any company.

Foreign Trade

Authorized by Ordinance No. 3720 - DOU of 24/10/2005

Aims and Objectives of the Course

The Technology Course in Foreign Trade aims at forming the technological level of professional preparation to perform activities in the area of foreign trade with the ability to analyze market trends, develop business strategies, manage import and export activities, using specific methods of department to work in industrial, commercial, consulting, commissioner of orders, correct exchange, insurance carriers and international trading companies, developing projects and actions needed paras the organizational demands of import and export operations.

The technology course in foreign trade proposed by FAMA, aims to:

1. Train-level professionals with technological capacity to meet the technical and operational aspects of foreign trade practices.
2. To prepare professionals with specialist training in foreign trade with further training within the lines developed.
3. To enable students to be in condition to face the job market in a globalized and competitive world.
4. Provide specific training in the area of Foreign Trade, with a solid foundation of theoretical and practical, who can interpret the changes in their environment and act on the second ethical problem solving and businesses.
5. To train professionals to work in foreign trade activities, whether related to procedures for the import or export;
6. To prepare professionals who are able to promote actions that involve aspects pertaining to foreign trade operations, including those involving legal technicalities, customs, fiscal, tax and clearances of papers, goods and services;
7. Provide conditions of understanding and the professionals involved so that they can provide logistical and operational transactions of foreign trade, whether at the national and / or international law;
8. prepare professionals to work in the process of developing strategies for actions that contribute to the development of organizations, analyzing markets and opportunities in global markets and competitive proposition aimed at the corporate and strategic actions of companies, providing care to potential markets and not considered ;
9. To train students to perform in the management of teams of professionals involved in foreign trade operations, adjusting the management practices of people with actions relevant to the professional development;
10. To prepare professionals to provide care to clients, individuals and corporations, in their various demands in the area;

The technologist Foreign Trade may thus offer a complete solution for the market, using methods and techniques that aim to use the tools and strategies as a way of providing an improved quality of import and export operations.

Logistics

Authorized by No 3719 - DOU of 24/10/2005

Aims and Objectives of the Course


Forming the technological level of professional able to work especially logistics activities, holding positions as Manager of Transportation Manager, transport logistics, and inventory control manager STORAGE, Manager, Traffic Manager, Distribution and Transport in business needs to act in technically Warehousing resource materials, procurement and trading activities related to the logistic models.

Activities related to distribution channels, including the use of computerized systems
Including technologies for the Internet, following the principles of ethics and human relations and professional practice, being able to interact positively. Become an agent of change and adaptation technology applicable to the reality of Brazilian companies.

So you can contribute to the common good, in the sphere of its competence
Knowledge gained in favor of the company and community with the best
Products and logistics services offered to the general population Utilization of technical and financial resources of businesses and always fighting for a better distribution of national wealth for the
population would have access to the benefits of technological progress.

Marketing

Authorized by Ordinance No. 3178 - Gazette, 15/09/2005

Aims and objectives of the course

The course in Management of Technology in Marketing aims to train professionals able to work technological level especially in strategic management, targeting, marketing services, consumer behavior, wholesale and retail, observing the ethical principles that govern human life and practice professional, being able to interact with their environment and become agents of change and technological adaptation, from an activity identified with the reality of Brazilian companies.

The technology course in Marketing Management aims to:

Form-level professionals with technological capacity to meet the technical aspects of marketing practices.

Prepare professionals with marketing expert with further training within the lines developed.

To enable students to be in condition to face the job market in a globalized and competitive world.

Provide specific training in marketing, with a solid foundation of theoretical and practical, who can interpret the changes in their environment and act on the second ethical problem solving and businesses.




Website:: http://www.sema.edu.br
Email: http://www.sema.edu.br/site/fale_conosco.php
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