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  • Tuition Fee:
  • Local: Free
  • Foreign: Free
  • StudyQA ranking:
  • 638pts.
  • Duration:
  • 4 years


    Technologists can carry out the following activities:

    budget preparation; quality standardization, measurement and control; supervision of technical work; supervision of installation, assembly, operation, repair and maintenance teams; carrying out of installation, assembly and repair work; operation, maintenance and installation of equipment; technical design; carrying out and supervising technical services and works; specialized technical work; inspection; expert examination, evaluation, arbitration, reports and technical opinions; performance of technical roles and functions; teaching, research, analysis, experiments, technical tests, publication of reports and extension work.


    Graduates can work on or inspect the construction of affordable housing developments and residential, commercial and industrial buildings; work on constructions involving the manufacture and assembly of premolded concrete parts; work with the manufacture and assembly metal and wooden structures; work in specialized laboratories in the technological control of materials used in civil construction work; produce technical drawings; work in company planning and budget departments; work in the production of concrete in concrete manufacturing plants; teach; and carry out research.

    Groundworks and Paving:

    Groundworks and Paving – Graduates can work on or inspect the construction of transport routes, earth dams, earth removal and other groundworks; use boreholes to identify subsoil; construct or inspect the foundations of buildings, bridges and large structures; produce technical drawings; work in soil and paving laboratories; work in company planning and budget departments; teach; and carry out research.

    Core Curriculum to the Course

    • Scientific Work Methodology
    • Technical Design
    • Applied Physics I
    • Applied Chemistry Basics to Civil Construction
    • Applied Physics II
    • Applied Electrotechnical
    • Statistics
    • Computer-Aided Design
    • General Mechanics
    • General Geology
    • Topography I
    • Hydrotechnical I
    • Civil Construction Material I
    • Resistance to Materials I
    • Analytic Geometry and Linear Algebra
    • Topography II
    • Hydrotechnical II
    • Mechanics of Soil I
    • Civil Construction Material II
    • Resistance to Materials II
    • Building Construction Technology I
    • Electric Building Installations
    • Structure Statistics
    • Reinforced Concrete I
    • Mechanics of Soils II
    • Building Construction Technology II
    • Foundation
    • Hydraulic-Sanitation Building Installation Project
    • Reinforced Concrete II
    • Steel and Wood Structures
    • Construction Planning and Control
    • Construction and Environment
    • Reinforced Concrete III
    • Introduction to Final Paper and Training Supervised
    • Prestressed Concrete Notion
    • Prestressed Concrete Pre-Molding I
    • Calculus I

    Elective Subjects 

    4 credits among:

    • Portuguese
    • Technical English
    • Quality Theory
    • Labor Legislation and Safety at work
    • Human Relationships
    • Humanities
    • Society and Special Need Holders.
    • Ergonomics – Practice Application to Work
    • Topics in Technology in Civil Construction
    • Administration I
    • Administration II
    • Economy and Financial 

    8 credits among: 

    • Constructive Processes
    • Executive Project
    • Hydraulic-Sanitation-Completion Building Installations
    • Electric-Completion Building Installations
    • Civil Construction Practice III
    • Applied Graphic Computer II
    • Special Topics in Buildings
    • Construction Budges
    • Architectural Barriers and Special Need Holders.
    • Project Process
    • Structural Masonry
    • Computer-Aided Concrete Structure Project
    • Urban Design and Social Interest Habitation
    • Complex Networks
    • General Accounting
    • Costs Accounting
    • Company Administration
    • Entrepreneurial Management

    4 credits among:

    • Training Supervised
    • Graduate Interdisciplinary Work

    2 credits among:

    • Any subject offered by UNICAMP


    • To enroll as a regular student in one of UNICAMP's 66 undergraduate courses, foreign students usually have to pass the Vestibular entrance examination, required for Brazilian students as well.Unicamp’s COMVEST1 organizes the Vestibular entrance examination, offered once a year and only in Portuguese.
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