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Catholic University of Mozambique

The graduate in Information Technology at UCM is a professional capable of managing technologies in three main areas: programming, systems and networks administration, and databases. Graduates of this program are professionals with the ability to promote the use of information technologies, prepared to respond and adapt to the technological needs of today and the future, of the world in general and Mozambique in particular. From this general profile, students will be able to specialize in a specific area at master's level. <p></p> Skills <p></p> Graduates in Information Technology will have the following skills: <p></p> In Programming: <mark><br> - Understand the basics of programming, data structures and algorithms. <br> - Know the basics of imperative programming languages ​​and object-oriented programming. <br> - Know the mathematical foundations that support computer technologies. <br> - Know how to identify, analyze, design and implement solutions to problems related to Information and Communication Technologies. <br> - Know how to manage projects and services in the area of ​​information technologies. <br> - Know how to design, develop and operate systems, services and computer applications, both centralized and distributed, integrating hardware, software and networks.</mark> <p></p> In System and Network Administration: <br> - Know how to design, assemble, dimension and manage an ICT network. <br> - Know the main theoretical concepts underlying the main access and core technologies, knowing how to exemplify and discuss the use of these technologies in different network scenarios. <br> - Know how to prepare and execute projects and specifications of Structured Cabling. <br> - Select the most appropriate network services to support a given application. <br> - Identify and discuss the differences and concepts underlying IPv4 and IPv6 protocols and understand the principles and features inherent to mobility, implementing for IPv4 and IPv6. <br> - Know how to manage and configure internet services. <p></p> In Databases: <br> - Know how to design and implement databases. <br> - Specify and dimension equipment to support Database. <br> - Evaluate available Database Management Systems in order to choose the most appropriate one. <br> - Know how to manage, administer and maintain Database Systems. Transverse: <br> - Know how to communicate in writing and orally in both Portuguese and English. <br> - Know the English technical terminology in the field of modern Informatics <br> - Understand the professional, ethical, legal, security and social responsibilities and challenges of the use of information and communication technologies. <br> - Have a spirit of leadership and innovation, and the ability to integrate into a work team.

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University of Zambeze

The Computer Engineering course at Unizambeze covers a wide range of subjects, making the graduate of this course a very versatile professional and enabling him to work in diversified and, sometimes, even complementary sectors. Thus, this course does not include options or specializations, seeking to cover most fields of activity for IT engineers in Mozambique. <p></p> The main objective of the Computer Engineering course at UniZambeze is to train computer engineers with a <mark>solid scientific basis, with general and specific knowledge, covering most of the traditional fields of Computer Engineering and with preparation for constant progress and adaptation to the unpredictable evolution of science, technology, technique and the socio-economic, cultural and environmental environment.</mark> <p></p> At the University, teaching, research, extension activities and associated laboratories are recognized as particular agents of change of the processes of preservation, transformation, acquisition and dissemination of knowledge. Furthermore, the need to reinforce the University's exposure to increasingly competitive environments has been constantly highlighted, in order to make UniZambeze's IT engineers and graduates professionals of reference at national, regional and international levels.

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Jean Piaget University of Mozambique

Computer Engineering (CPE) is a field that blends hardware engineering and software development. Computer Engineers design and build digital systems, including computing devices and networks. <mark>Computer Engineers are particularly concerned with the interactions between software and hardware (programs and chips).</mark> Application examples include smart devices, the Internet of Things (IoT), and artificial intelligence. In this program, special focus is placed upon embedded systems design and the integration of sensors, actuators, and communication technologies.