CBM315 - ABSTRACT ALGEBRA
CBM315 - ABSTRACT ALGEBRA

Comprises a study of Groups Theory. Permutation Groups, Cyclic, Isomorphisms, Cayley’s theorem, Homomorphisms. Abelian Groups, Cosets, Normal Sub-groups. Group factors and Group series: Normal and Sub-normal. As well as, studying: the Rings and Field Theory, Integral Domains, Ideals, Modules, Quotient Groups and Quotient Rings, Homomorphisms of Rings, the Polynomials Rings and Introduction to the Extension Fields, Algebraic and Transcendent Elements, as well as a brief study of Vector Spaces.

Mathematics with concentration in Statistic and Actuarial Sciences.

Prerequisito: CBM208 CBM312

AHO101 - ACADEMIC AND INSTITUTIONAL ORIENTATION (1)
AHO101 - ACADEMIC AND INSTITUTIONAL ORIENTATION (1)

The Institutional Academic Orientation course provides new students the necessary knowledge to achieve their adaptation to INTEC, to identify with the institutional culture established in the statutes, the learning-teaching educational model, academic regulations and institutional procedures. Links the student body with the Student Services Division in all its dimensions. It takes place in semi-classroom spaces, encouraging participation, knowledge sharing, teamwork, research, debating and case studies, among others. It allows self-assessment and peer assessment, conceptual mapping, testing, practices and exams, encouraging students to empower their learning process.

All programs

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CON300 - ACCOUNTING FOR ENGINEERS
CON300 - ACCOUNTING FOR ENGINEERS

Study of the principles governing accounting and the interpretation of financial information.

Systems Engineering and Software Engineering

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CON316 - ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM I
CON316 - ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM I

Studies methodologies for analysis and design of a company accounting system. Types of controls. Internal control and their importance. Systems design to prevent frauds and errors. Characteristic of an internal control. PR: Advanced Accounting.

Accounting

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CON308 - ACCOUNTING THEORY
CON308 - ACCOUNTING THEORY

This subject’s basic objective is that students know, analyze and reflect on theories and concepts that support accounting for their information register, measurement and elaboration; trying to explain them through techniques and methods, norms and principles, allowing student contact with their surrounding reality and the changes taking place in accounting.

Accounting

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CBM328 - ACTUARIAL ADMINISTRATION
CBM328 - ACTUARIAL ADMINISTRATION

Through the knowledge of general principles students will be able to quantify the inherent variables to risk assumed by insurance companies in order to diminish probable losses by taking the necessary provisions; taking into consideration different technical tools such as, Probability, Statistics and Risk Theory.

Mathematics with Concentration in Statistics and Actuarial Sciences.

Prerequisito: ADM201 CBM325 CBM327

INC391 - ADMINISTRATION MANAGEMENT
INC391 - ADMINISTRATION MANAGEMENT

Study of the guidelines and tools for management of construction companies and construction projects. The main tool used for the projects module is the work programming as planning and follow up on project executions. Other programming support tools are also developed which add value to the work management, such as: actual work plan, human abilities management and materials. For the construction company management module the main study tool is the company’s strategic plan, with the development and management vision of a new company

Civil Engineering

Prerequisito: INC370

PSI-336 - ADULT DEVELOPMENT AND AGING
PSI-336 - ADULT DEVELOPMENT AND AGING

Designed as a continuation of the Child and Adolescent Development subject. In this regard the previously analyzed theoretical models will be resumed itemizing theories that explain adult development and aging in their different aspects. Research reflecting the characteristics, problems and needs in this stage will be revised, highlighting those implemented around the Dominican adolescents. Regarding adult development and aging, the focus of this course will be the particular problems of this stage of life, such as middle age, menopause, retirement, social detachment, and institutionalization of the elderly, among others. This will be approached though research and publications connected to the Dominican context.

Psychology

Prerequisito: PSI339

IND344 - ADVANCED 3D MODELING
IND344 - ADVANCED 3D MODELING

This course aims to provide students with the specific skills required to draw technical-constructive floor plans, according to universal standards using symbolism and technical specifications depending on processes and materials; generating documents containing all the relevant information for product manufacturing with technical details and specifications required in industry environment, using the current drawing tools and their interface with production, presently required by the production medium.

Industrial Design

Prerequisito: IND337

ADM329 - ADVANCED COMMUNICATION IN BUSINESS
ADM329 - ADVANCED COMMUNICATION IN BUSINESS

It relates to the previous subject but with emphasis on oral presentations and speeches. It also covers such aspects as skills in meetings, time management, ability to listen and synthesize, design, preparation and ability to handle support elements and audiovisual equipment and virtual platforms. Emphasis will also be placed on aspects related to the image reflected by the individual, conversational and interview skills. Oratory.

Business Administration
Marketing and Accounting

Prerequisito: ADM328

INS320 - ADVANCED PROGRAMMING
INS320 - ADVANCED PROGRAMMING

Highly complex building application exercises based on knowledge acquired in previous courses of Algorithms and Data Structures / Technology Objects / etc. Student must achieve a certain level of complexity project, carefully screening Language / Platforms Databases / Web Platform / or other tools to complete assigned project solution. Will be guided by teacher for learning of programming refinement techniques.

Systems engineering

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INM324 - AIDED ENGINEERING (CAE) I
INM324 - AIDED ENGINEERING (CAE) I

Introduction to the SOLIDWORKS SIMULATION application or similar tool for the analysis of mechanisms used in mechanical systems. Observing their behavior at Thermal loads. Fluids effect.

Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronic Engineering

Prerequisito: INM328

INM327 - AIDED ENGINEERING (CAE) II
INM327 - AIDED ENGINEERING (CAE) II

Advanced level application of Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) tools for the Analysis and Design of mechanical assembly elements under different load conditions.

Mechanical Engineering

Prerequisito: INM329

CBM101 - ALGEBRA AND ANALITICAL GEOMETRY
CBM101 - ALGEBRA AND ANALITICAL GEOMETRY

This comprises all the preliminary aspects necessary for a first Calculus course. Based on the conceptual contents of algebraic, trigonometric and logarithmic functions, Conical Sections, Polar Coordinates and Parametric Equations, built learning opportunities that develop in students the abilities of representation, analysis, interpretation and information synthesis, systematic comprehension of processes, communication of ideas, opinions and feelings in a sustainable way and teamwork. Based on strategies that integrate information and communication technologies, exploration and teamwork, providing opportunities to develop a favorable attitude towards mathematics as a discipline that supports the understanding and interpretation of the environment.

All Programs

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INS207 - ALGORITHMS AND DATA STRUCTURES
INS207 - ALGORITHMS AND DATA STRUCTURES

Builds on previous courses and programming logic and object orientation to introduce the fundamental concepts of data structures and algorithms that derive from them. Among the topics included are: lists, associative structures, and trees. Advanced data structures: balanced trees, tries, heaps, priority queues, graphs. Searching, sorting. Algorithm design techniques: dynamic programming, greedy algorithms, divide-and-conquer, backtracking. Example graph, string, geometric, and numeric algorithms.

Software Engineering and Systems Engineering

Prerequisito: IDS201

IND220 - ART AND STYLES HISTORY
IND220 - ART AND STYLES HISTORY

A panoramic study of World and Dominican Art through history, analyzing its key styles and tendencies and their impact on Design, it will also study the artist and his work. Research project on local crafts.

Industrial Design

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- ART OR SPORT ELECTIVE
- ART OR SPORT ELECTIVE

Education and Sport Area subjects that combine theory and practice in the form of workshops, allowing students to develop capabilities of appreciation, interpretation or execution in such areas as: theater, dance, film, singing, music appreciation, literary appreciation, aesthetic education, plastic arts appreciation, field tennis, table tennis, chess, basketball, karate or any other discipline deemed appropriate.

All Programs

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INM320 - ASSISTED MECHANICAL DRAWING
INM320 - ASSISTED MECHANICAL DRAWING

This subject proposes that the student masters the tools of Mechanical Drawing assisted by the computer. The student learns to manage the Mechanical Drawing platform assisted by Solidworks, Proengineer. We strengthen mastering mechanical measuring so that the student has a thorough knowledge of this aspect of Metrology.

Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronic Engineering

Prerequisito: INM301

PSI-315 - ATTENTION TO DIVERSITY
PSI-315 - ATTENTION TO DIVERSITY

Diversity is a distinctive characteristic of the human condition. The concept of a diverse human society refers to the recognition and ACCEPTANCE that there are differences among people, not only in their physical appearance but in their thinking, feelings, doing and how they relate to the world. This has to be considered, analyzed, and taken for the education experience, taking care of diversity when developing an education that values and respects differences, seeing them as an opportunity to enrich the teaching and learning processes. School and education becomes INCLUSIVE, as it is understood that students are all the boys and all the girls, including those who have “special” education needs.” Nobody is considered handicapped or disabled or in disadvantage but different. The inclusive education is primarily a matter of justice and equity as it aims to provide a quality education, without distinction of physical, mental or social condition.

Psychology

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INS361 - AUDITING AND CONTROLS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
INS361 - AUDITING AND CONTROLS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Introduction to fundamental concepts of audit and controls of information technology, and the functions of IT controls. IT controls, types of controls, impact of the controls on the organization. How to manage and audit controls. Concepts and techniques used in information technology audits. Creative process of a control structure with objectives and metrics. IT infrastructure audits through objective and metrics. Understanding Audit Results, establishing remediation procedures. And enforcing the best practices and regulations.

Systems Engineering

Prerequisito: INS205

CON318 - AUDITING I
CON318 - AUDITING I

A study of the responsibilities and the functions of the public accountant, of the norms and general principles of the audit and of the elaboration of work papers. The ethics and the Auditor. Types of audits. The internal and external Auditor and their importance for credibility of the administration. The external Auditor and their paper in the financial information for the decisions making.

Accounting

Prerequisito: CON308

CON319 - AUDITING II
CON319 - AUDITING II

A study of the different types of verdicts and the importance of their preparation in the companies. Professional ethics. Legal Responsibility of the auditor. (Law 633 Decree 2032, June 16, 1944). International norms of Accounting. National and international organism of Audit and Norms of Audit. The Auditor and the frauds or illegal acts. Confidentiality and conflict of interests.

Accounting

Prerequisito: CON318

IMC310 - AUTOMATIC ASSEMBLY SYSTEMS
IMC310 - AUTOMATIC ASSEMBLY SYSTEMS

Introduction to the elements involved in an automatic assembly process and the products that can be automatically assembled, being able to make design changes, to facilitate their assembly. (DFA).

Mechatronic Engineering

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INE363 - AUTOMATIZATIÓN, CONTROL AND INSTRUMENTATIÓN
INE363 - AUTOMATIZATIÓN, CONTROL AND INSTRUMENTATIÓN

This subject will provide the knowledge to design, develop and put into operation automatic control systems for the electric potency systems; knowing the elements needed to measure, control and register variables; they will learn the standardized symbols system used in the electric instrumentation and control. These systems vary from simple starters to automatic treatment systems.

Electric Engineering

Prerequisito: INE338

IND337 - BASIC 3D MODELING
IND337 - BASIC 3D MODELING

Criteria identification and visualization techniques, and three-dimensional (3D) modeling using specialized applications. Covering the creation and modification of 3D geometry, surface modeling, solids modeling, various rendering techniques, proper use of light sources, texture mapping and image maps on surfaces.

Industrial Design

Prerequisito: ING225

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