FACENS Civil Engineering Program aims to train engineers to meet different professional requests with a critical, creative and innovative view. The program trains professional who are able to apply skills and expertise in the areas of Construction, Structures, Geotechnical, Roads and Transportation, Sanitation and Environment.
Bachelors 2016/2017 in Sorocaba Brazil. FACENS Civil Engineering Program aims to train engineers to meet different professional requests with a critical, creative and innovative view. The program trains professional who are able to apply skills and expertise in the areas of Construction, Structures, Geotechnical, Roads and Transportation, Sanitation and Environment.
The program is structured to meet the demands of society in applicable areas, as well as to contribute to sustainable development of the region and country. It provides solid scientific and professional training that qualifies the engineer to assimilate and develop new technologies of economic, social and environmental aspects in an ethical and humanistic manner.
Professional Civil Engineers Engineer must have the ability to solve practical problems of their area by applying appropriate models to real-life cases.
The professional should be able to develop concepts and adapt to new situations found in a real environment.
Analysis, synthesis and problem solving skills;
Ability to execute engineering projects;
Ability to work in a team;
Initiative, management and decision making skills;
Awareness of the need to update their knowledge regularly.
* According to National Curriculum Guidelines (Resolution no. CNE / CES 11/2002).
Field of Work
The potential professional fields for FACENS Civil Engineers are: residential, commercial and industrial; hydraulic and sanitation; structural; geotechnical; management, control and supervision of residential, commercial and industrial construction; roads, railways and bridges; budgeting, surveys and valuations; advisory and consulting; education. Their work can be executed within Companies, Construction, Public Utilities, Industries, Research Institutes and Banks.
The skills, abilities and attitudes students acquire and develop, ensure they are assigned future professional activities related to their training. These may be:
Management, supervision, coordination and technical guidance;
Data collection, study, planning, project design and specifications;
Study of technical, economic and environmental viability;
Assistance, advisory and consulting;
Direction of work and technical service;
Inspection, expertise, evaluation, monitoring, report, technical advice, auditing and arbitration;
Job performance and technical function;
Training, teaching, research, development, testing, experimentation, testing and technical disclosure, extension;
Standardization, measurement and quality control;
Execution of jobs and technical service;
Job supervision and technical service;
Specialized technical production;
Management of technical services;
Management of installation teams, assembly, operation, repair and maintenance;
Execution of installation, assembly, operation, repair, maintenance, equipment;
Operation and maintenance of equipment and installation;
Execution of technical drawing.
Criteria for Passing or Failing
Students will pass the class if their final grades are equal to or greater than 5.0 (five) and attendance is equal to or greater than 75% (seventy-five percent) of classes and other school activities.
Students will fail the class if their attendance rate is less than 75% (seventy-five percent) of classes and other school activities, or have final grades lower than 5.0 (five).
The same attendance and performance requirements apply to students who failed and retake the class.