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Engineering & Technology

Courses are academic classes taught by qualified instructors that are intended to enhance participant’s knowledge of a given area or training in a particular discipline. Courses vary broadly in terms of length, size, content and duration.

Bachelor’s in Engineering are concerned with the practical applications of the advancements in scientific, economic and social theories. It follows a process of observation, design, implementation and maintenance of solutions for all kinds of problems and issues. The discipline encompasses a great variety of fields and students are bound to find a degree they like.

If you wish to increase your knowledge of social, cultural, administrative, and historical viewpoints of South America and the Latin world, this is the continent for you.

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Introduction To Empirical Industrial Economy

Universidad del Rosario - Summer School
Campus Full time 20 hours January 2018 Colombia Bogotá

This course is an introduction to modern models and tools Empirical Industrial Organization. The focus of the course is practical and ideally, students finish elementary estimating models of each type. examples with real databases for each case will be provided. The course is organized in six sections of three hours. [+]

Course Studies in Engineering & Technology in South America 2017. This course is an introduction to modern models and tools Empirical Industrial Organization. The focus of the course is practical and ideally, students finish elementary estimating models of each type. examples with real databases for each case will be provided. The course is organized in six sections of three hours. The first part of each section will be devoted to introducing the models, the second part to introduce programming and the use of estimators, and the third part will discuss the results, practical problems and extensions. Professor: Dr. Jordi Jaumandreu PhD. Boston University (USA) Hours: 8 am - 12 m. Location: Universidad del Rosario, Bogota - Colombia Time Intensity: 20 hours Offer Type: Course homologous UR 2 credits (3.4 ECTS credits) Spanish Language Investment: COP $ 1.440.00 June 12 to June 16, 2017 Economy faculty General objective Knowing how to address the basic estimate by empirical models developed industrial economy. Addressed to The course is graduate level and is aimed at undergraduate students last semester, master's and doctoral students, graduates, professors and generally professionals interested in updating their knowledge. [-]

Workshop In Big Data-co

Universidad del Rosario - Summer School
Campus Full time 35 hours January 2018 Colombia Bogotá

The main objective of the workshop is to promote the creation of a community interested in Big Data, including academic, industrial and government sectors. Big Data-CO will bring together students, researchers, teachers and industry experts and the public sector interested in Big Data from different perspectives and experiences. [+]

The main objective of the workshop is to promote the creation of a community interested in Big Data, including academic, industrial and government sectors. Big Data-CO will bring together students, researchers, teachers and industry experts and the public sector interested in Big Data from different perspectives and experiences. The workshop program includes poster sessions in which researchers will have the opportunity to present the results of their latest research. Hours: Monday to Friday 9 am to 4 pm Location: Universidad del Rosario, Bogota - Colombia Time Intensity: 35 hours Offer Type: Workshop certificate issued Spanish Language Investment: COP $ 2,200,000 June 5 to June 9 as 2017 Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics and Faculty of Economics General objective Promote the creation of a community interested in Big Data and its applications in multiple disciplines. GOALS - Facilitate interaction of actors from academia, industry and the public sector interested in Big Data and applications. - Create a forum for discussion on issues of Big Data in which different actors have the opportunity to present their experiences. - To create a space in which young researchers to present the results of their research on issues related to Big Data. - Facilitate learning tools used in Big Data. Addressed to Students and professionals in natural sciences, economics, mathematics, engineering, computer science. People interested in Big Data and applications belonging to multiple areas of knowledge and experience. [-]

Course - Brazilian Architecture

UniEVANGÉLICA
Campus Full time 3 years March 2018 Brazil Goiás

OBJECTIVES: To show the most important buildings of brazilian architecture [+]

Brazilian Architecture - Structural Analysis of Distinguished Buildings

OBJECTIVES:

To show the most important buildings of brazilian architecture To show Brazilian Culture in the most diverse forms, stimulating the student to search for more knowledge about our culture To make a structural Analysis of the buildings that will be studied, understanding how the buildings were constructed. To provide a extra-class experience with the students, through a visit to the city of Brasilia. To demonstrate the beauty and the power of Brazilian architecture showing the richness of this part of Brazilian culture in the Region.

CONTENTS 

Brazilian History. History of Brazilian Architecture. The most important cities, great Brazilian Architects. The most important buildings in the Brazilian Architecture. Structural elements: columns, beams and slabs. Concrete. Pre-Stressed concrete. Special concretes. Brasília – Cathedral, National Congress Building “Palácio do Planalto” (Oscar Niemayer). Buildings Of Paulo Mendes da Rocha Oriented visit to Brasilia – the most important buildings. ... [-]

Undergraduate Course -Systems Engineering

EAN University
Campus Full time January 2018 Colombia Bogotá

COMPETENCIES TO BE DEVELOPED BY THE STUDENT: Understand and manage the impact of Systems Engineering with the purpose of solving problems within a social and global context. [+]

Undergraduate Course -Systems Engineering 

COMPETENCIES TO BE DEVELOPED BY THE STUDENT

1. Understand and manage the impact of Systems Engineering with the purpose of solving problems within a social and global context.

2. Understand, analyze and develop in practice effective solutions for problems related to computing infrastructure, networks and information systems.

3. Be entrepreneur, work as a team, learn on a permanent basis, and communicate effectively.

4. Make decisions in today's environment taking into account professional considerations and society needs within an ethical context.

5. Act ethically and with social responsibility towards different social, cultural, economic and political realities.... [-]


Strategic Uses of Information Technology

Stanford Graduate School of Business
Campus Part time 6 days April 2017 USA Stanford Singapore Santa Cruz United Arab Emirates Dubai Argentina Buenos Aires Brazil São Paulo + 9 more

In this program, CIOs, CTOs, and senior general managers learn to identify, assess, and communicate the strategic competitive advantages enabled by information technology. [+]

Recent developments in information technology have transformed the way organizations conduct business. Today, companies are slashing costs using real-time electronic communications, improving customer intimacy by leveraging the Internet, and taking advantage of new business models such as distributed auctions and trading hubs. Yet many senior leaders lack the tools to assess and communicate the business impact that information technology can bring to their organization.In this program, CIOs, CTOs, and senior general managers learn to identify, assess, and communicate the strategic competitive advantages enabled by information technology.Content OverviewStrategic Uses of Information Technology takes a strategic, business-focused approach to information technology. The curriculum is non-technical and emphasizes frameworks for maximizing the value of an organization’s existing information technology assets, as well as using information systems to reshape organizational strategy and culture. Recent case studies explore the best practices of top global companies that excel at creating value through information systems. Taking advantage of Stanford’s position as the leading business school in Silicon Valley, the program also integrates into its curriculum a variety of industry guest speakers from innovative, market-leading technology companies.Key Takeaways: - Frameworks for identifying the business value and strategic impact of information systems - New methods for integrating information technology into the structure and culture of an organization - Best practices and business models that leverage Internet, wireless, and networking technologies ... [-]