One way for students to be connected, internationally and culturally, to other ways of life is through language and physical interaction with a diversity of people.
The opening up of various markets has stimulated competition, requiring companies to become more competitive, and requiring higher levels of competence of their professionals. This, in turn, has presented challenges for universities. Among its various objectives, the International Program seeks to promote Global, International, and intercultural exchange, giving students experiences that will enable them to meet the challenges of internationalization.
The International Program comprises forty disciplines that allow international and national students to participate in classes taught in either English or Spanish.
Biodiversidad Brasileña: plantas, sus usos y aplicaciones en alimentos, cosméticos y medicamentos
Biopsychosocial Aspects of Pain: Comprehension and Treatment
Brazilian Biodiversity: plants, their uses and applications in foods, cosmetics and medicines
Brazilian Martial Arts: Capoeira
Use of Games in Education
Global Business Intelligence
Global Markets and Negotiation
Globalization and emerging economies
History and Cultural Patrimony
Integración Regional: Culturas y Nuevos Mercados
International Environmental Law
International Relations in Latin America
Leisure and Entertainment
Major Brazilian Tropical Diseases
Principles of Environmental Sciences and Technology
Society and Culture
Supply Chain Management
Tourism and Environment: Ecotourism
Topics in Clean Technology