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Design and Technologies for Mobile Applications

The Technical Short Cycle Degree in Design and Technologies for Mobile Applications (DTAM) aims to develop technical skills in the field of computer science, more specifically, in the design and implementation of applications for mobile environments.

Rather than developing a native product (running specifically on a platform), Web (running in a browser) or hybrid, today we need to deal with usability, interoperability, security, robustness, performance and compliance with all design metrics to enhance user usability with the application. In addition to these features, applications should enhance the adaptability to the context in which they are in order to enrich the user experience.

The Technical Short Cycle Degree in Design and Technologies for Mobile Applications has a set of technical skills that enable him to plan, analyse, design and implement applications for mobile devices.

 

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17/04/2019

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481 Computer science
Número: r/Cr 16/2019
Data:
01/01/2001
1º Ano
Unidade curricular Período ECTS
1st Semester 6.0
1st Semester 6.0
1st Semester 3.0
1st Semester 3.0
1st Semester 6.0
1st Semester 6.0
2st Semester 3.0
2st Semester 6.0
2st Semester 6.0
2st Semester 6.0
2st Semester 3.0
2st Semester 6.0
2º Ano
Unidade curricular Período ECTS
1st Semester 3.0
1st Semester 6.0
1st Semester 6.0
1st Semester 3.0
1st Semester 6.0
1st Semester 6.0
1st Semester 3.0
2st Semester 30.0
  • Designer UX & UI Web/Mobile
  • Web developer (frontend and backend)
  • Mobile developer.

Holders of a course of secondary education or legally equivalent qualification; Candidates who have passed the tests to assess the capacity for higher education attendance of those over 23 years of age for the course in question; Holders of a diploma of technological specialization or of a diploma of professional superior technician that includes, in its syllabus, the relevant area of mathematics studies; Holders of a higher education degree, being, in the case of a bachelor?s degree, obtained through a course in which the admission can be made through the accomplishment of the specific test of mathematics.