Specialization, improvement and updating courses are generally turned to expectations of academic and professional improvement, with a maximum duration of two years and with the characteristic of continuing education. There is also the possibility of taking individual courses as a special student. See the main differences below:
Specialization Courses - They are aimed at expectations of academic and professional improvement, with a maximum duration of two years, minimum workload of 360 hours and with a continuing education characteristic. They usually have a specific technical-professional objective, in the sense of preparing specialists in restricted areas of studies.
Improvement Courses - With technical and specific objectives, the improvement courses have a short duration (minimum workload of 180 hours), for all areas that privilege the approach of a single theme. Ideal for those who want to direct their career towards a discipline that has attracted attention during graduation.
Master / Doctorate
The Master's and Doctorate courses (Stricto Sensu) are: Doctorate and Master in Food Engineering, Doctorate and Master in Law, Master in Ecology, Doctorate and Master in Education, Master in Scientific and Technological Education, Master in Strategic Management of Organizations and Master in Languages.