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The Computer Science Department (DCC) was created and installed in July, 1976, at the Institute of Mathematics. At that moment, its work was restricted to services for some courses, such as the Engineering, Physics and Mathematics courses.

After 1985, with the insertion of the Undergraduate Course in Computing, allied to the increase in the number of Computing teaching by several courses from UFF, there was an enormous development of the activities of teaching in this Department. In 1998, as a result of it, this became the unique department of the recently created Institute of Computing. It is the academic responsible for most of the subjects of the undergraduate courses in Computer Science, Information Systems and Technology in Computing Systems, and the Graduate Program in Computing, offering also basic computing subjects for 19 undergraduate courses at UFF.