Students graduate as professionals who have scientific and technical knowledge of political, economic, legal, historical-social and administrative public topics. This allows them to analyze and evaluate problems related to structures and power mechanisms at national and international levels.

Our graduates are aware of the national and international historical context and processes of political participation, as well as the different factors associated with them.

Who should pursue this degree?

Those who have an interest in public processes and government operations, who share a commitment to political participation, or who want to focus on political analysis. Students should be particularly adept at decision making and leadership, as well as communicating and analyzing social problems. Students should aspire to acquire the knowledge and strategic vision required to grow into and thrive at any level so they can then propose solutions that will promote justice and social welfare.

educational models

 

Duration: 10 quarters (2 year, 6 months)

• Ten professional training seminars that will provide the tools needed to develop professional perspectives, values and work-life balance.
• Academic and mental preparation for the work environment.
• Certification preparation: Preliminary English Test and First Certificate in English
• 30 core curriculum classes

Methodology: 
Classes are held from Monday through Thursday in the morning and Fridays are left free for sports.

Duration: 4 quarters (one year)

• Introduction into professional life.
• 12 core curriculum classes.
• Gain work experience through a company-driven project.
• Graduate with a bachelor’s degree and professional certificate

Methodology: 
Students are transferred to the executive program to focus on work experience.

CURRICULUM (EDUCATION PROGRAM)

1st Quarter

Research Methods in Social Sciences


Introduction to Social Sciences


Mexican History


Professional Workshop I


English I

2nd Quarter

Introduction to Political Science


Introduction to Public Administration


World History


Professional Workshop II


English II

3rd Quarter

Introduction to International Relationships


Introduction to Economics


History of Political Ideas


Professional Workshop III


English III

4th Quarter

Contemporary History of Latin America


Mathematics I


Constitutional Law


Professional Workshop IV


English IV

5th Quarter

Federalism and Local Government


Mathematics II


Economic Policy


Professional Workshop V


English V

6th Quarter

Microeconomics


Administrative Law I


Quantitative Methods and Empirical Methods


Professional Workshop VI


English VI

7th Quarter

Macroeconomics


Probability and Statistics


Administrative Law I


Professional Workshop VII


English VII

8th Quarter

Political Theory I


Political Sociology I


Tax Law


Professional Workshop VIII


English VIII

9th Quarter

Political Theory II


Political Sociology II


Government Accounting and Budget Management


Professional Workshop IX

10° trimestre

Theory of Democracy


Electoral Law


Public Management and Administration


Professional Workshop X

11th Quarter

Public International Law


Comparative Policy I


Mexican Political System


Professional Practices

12th Quarter

Comparative Policy II


Mexican Public Policies


Mexican Foreign Policy


Professional Practices

13th Quarter

Political Parties in Practice


Economic and Social Development of Mexico


Designing and Analyzing Public Policies


Work Experience

14th Quarter

Theory and Practice of Public Financing


Analysis of Political Negotiation


Government Personnel Administration


Work Experience

Duration: 14 quarters (3 year, 6 months)

Outline: There are three to four hours of face-to-face class time each week, depending on the complexity of the topics presented per session.

  • The time commitment required from students in each block is equivalent to three subjects. These session are taught by an expert.
  • The educational model consists of ten weeks of classes. The final evaluation takes place during the eleventh week.
  • The final evaluation is based on participation in classes, forums, papers and examinations.

CURRICULUM (EXECUTIVE PROGRAM)

1st Quarter

Introductory Block

Research Methods in Social Sciences


Introduction to Social Sciences


Introduction to Political Science

2nd Quarter

World History Block

Contemporary History of Latin America


World History


History of Political Ideas

3rd Quarter

Mexican History Block

History of Mexico


Economic and Social Development of Mexico


Mexican Public Policies

4th Quarter

Philosophy and Politics Block

Economic Policy


Political Sociology


Political Theory

5th Quarter

Political Block

Mexican Political System


Comparative Policy


 Political Parties in Practice

6th Quarter

Constitution Blockl

Theory


Federal Powers


State and Municipal Powers

7th Quarter

Administrative Law Block State and Government

Administrative Regulations


Public Finance

8th Quarter

Accounting and Budgeting Block

Principles


Budgeting


Financial Information

9th Quarter

Economic Block

Macroeconomics


Microeconomics


Financial Mathematics

10th Quarter

Tax Block

Introduction and General Information


ISR Individualss


ISR Companies

11th Quarter

HR and Leadership Block

Human Capital Management


Coaching and Leadership


Psychological Processes of Recruitment

12 Quarter

Management Block

Introduction to Administration and Managemen


Administration and Management


Processes and Proto

13th Quarter

International Relations Block

Introduction to International Relations


Public International Law


Mexican Foreign Policy

14th Quarter

Electoral Law Block

Electoral Law


Theory of Democracy


Probability and Statistics

  • WHEN CAN I REGISTER?

    CHECK THE REGISTRATION DATES ON THE CALENDAR BELOW SO YOU CAN PREPARE THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION IN A TIMELY MANNER.

  • HOW DO I REGISTER?

    YOU CAN REGISTER ONLINE BY SCANNING AND EMAILING THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS AND MAKING THE PAYMENT VIA PAYPAL, OXXO, WIRE TRANSFER, AND BANK TRANSFER OR AT ANY OF OUR CAMPUSES. AN INTERVIEW IS REQUIRED FOR THE EXECUTIVE AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS.

    MEXICAN STUDENTS

    • Submit your Bachelor’s degree, high school diploma or equivalent.
    • Birth certificate
    • Identification card
    • If a student wishes to resume their studies from a partially completed program, the applicant must submit, in addition to the documents required above, a partial certificate of studies issued by the educational institution of origin, with officially recognized transcripts.

    FOREIGN STUDENTS

    • The Institution will admit students from abroad at the Bachelor’s and Master’s levels, provided that they comply with the following as required by the Public Relations Department:
    • Submit a validation of studies certificate or transcripts for studies completed abroad issued by the Ministry of Public Education, or relevant authority.
    • Have a birth certificate and study certificate, legalized by the country of origin.
    • Proof of authorization to travel for studies in the Mexican Republic (FM2 Visa). The
    • Institution reserves the right to grant or deny admission into any of the study programs it provides.

  • WHAT ARE THE FUNDING OPTIONS?

    Due to the economic problems faced by the country, Humanitas in association with Force H A.C. has created an investment fund to fulfill its mission. Funding is granted based on course load and Force H absorbs the additional costs associated with a chosen academic level.

    What are the requirements?

    • Follow the rules.
    • Adhere to Humanitas’ values (write a pledge to uphold these values).
    • Approved psychological evaluation.

  • WHAT DO I NEED TO GRADUATE?

    We currently have three requirements for graduation.

    • Maintain a minimum average of 8.
    • Complete postgraduate studies (two quarters in a Humanitas postgraduate course)
    • Complete a Thesis

EDUCATION PROGRAM
Duration: 10 quarters (2 year, 6 months)

• Ten professional training seminars that will provide the tools needed to develop professional perspectives, values and work-life balance.
• Academic and mental preparation for the work environment.
• Certification preparation: Preliminary English Test and First Certificate in English
• 30 core curriculum classes

Methodology: 
Classes are held from Monday through Thursday in the morning and Fridays are left free for sports.

Duration: 4 quarters (one year)

• Introduction into professional life.
• 12 core curriculum classes.
• Gain work experience through a company-driven project.
• Graduate with a bachelor’s degree and professional certificate

Methodology: 
Students are transferred to the executive program to focus on work experience.

CURRICULUM (EDUCATION PROGRAM)

1st Quarter

Research Methods in Social Sciences


Introduction to Social Sciences


Mexican History


Professional Workshop I


English I

2nd Quarter

Introduction to Political Science


Introduction to Public Administration


World History


Professional Workshop II


English II

3rd Quarter

Introduction to International Relationships


Introduction to Economics


History of Political Ideas


Professional Workshop III


English III

4th Quarter

Contemporary History of Latin America


Mathematics I


Constitutional Law


Professional Workshop IV


English IV

5th Quarter

Federalism and Local Government


Mathematics II


Economic Policy


Professional Workshop V


English V

6th Quarter

Microeconomics


Administrative Law I


Quantitative Methods and Empirical Methods


Professional Workshop VI


English VI

7th Quarter

Macroeconomics


Probability and Statistics


Administrative Law I


Professional Workshop VII


English VII

8th Quarter

Political Theory I


Political Sociology I


Tax Law


Professional Workshop VIII


English VIII

9th Quarter

Political Theory II


Political Sociology II


Government Accounting and Budget Management


Professional Workshop IX

10° trimestre

Theory of Democracy


Electoral Law


Public Management and Administration


Professional Workshop X

11th Quarter

Public International Law


Comparative Policy I


Mexican Political System


Professional Practices

12th Quarter

Comparative Policy II


Mexican Public Policies


Mexican Foreign Policy


Professional Practices

13th Quarter

Political Parties in Practice


Economic and Social Development of Mexico


Designing and Analyzing Public Policies


Work Experience

14th Quarter

Theory and Practice of Public Financing


Analysis of Political Negotiation


Government Personnel Administration


Work Experience

EJECUTIVE PROGRAM

Duration: 14 quarters (3 year, 6 months)

Outline: There are three to four hours of face-to-face class time each week, depending on the complexity of the topics presented per session.

  • The time commitment required from students in each block is equivalent to three subjects. These session are taught by an expert.
  • The educational model consists of ten weeks of classes. The final evaluation takes place during the eleventh week.
  • The final evaluation is based on participation in classes, forums, papers and examinations.

CURRICULUM (EXECUTIVE PROGRAM)

1st Quarter

Introductory Block

Research Methods in Social Sciences


Introduction to Social Sciences


Introduction to Political Science

2nd Quarter

World History Block

Contemporary History of Latin America


World History


History of Political Ideas

3rd Quarter

Mexican History Block

History of Mexico


Economic and Social Development of Mexico


Mexican Public Policies

4th Quarter

Philosophy and Politics Block

Economic Policy


Political Sociology


Political Theory

5th Quarter

Political Block

Mexican Political System


Comparative Policy


 Political Parties in Practice

6th Quarter

Constitution Blockl

Theory


Federal Powers


State and Municipal Powers

7th Quarter

Administrative Law Block State and Government

Administrative Regulations


Public Finance

8th Quarter

Accounting and Budgeting Block

Principles


Budgeting


Financial Information

9th Quarter

Economic Block

Macroeconomics


Microeconomics


Financial Mathematics

10th Quarter

Tax Block

Introduction and General Information


ISR Individualss


ISR Companies

11th Quarter

HR and Leadership Block

Human Capital Management


Coaching and Leadership


Psychological Processes of Recruitment

12 Quarter

Management Block

Introduction to Administration and Managemen


Administration and Management


Processes and Proto

13th Quarter

International Relations Block

Introduction to International Relations


Public International Law


Mexican Foreign Policy

14th Quarter

Electoral Law Block

Electoral Law


Theory of Democracy


Probability and Statistics

FAQ
  • WHEN CAN I REGISTER?

    CHECK THE REGISTRATION DATES ON THE CALENDAR BELOW SO YOU CAN PREPARE THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION IN A TIMELY MANNER.

  • HOW DO I REGISTER?

    YOU CAN REGISTER ONLINE BY SCANNING AND EMAILING THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS AND MAKING THE PAYMENT VIA PAYPAL, OXXO, WIRE TRANSFER, AND BANK TRANSFER OR AT ANY OF OUR CAMPUSES. AN INTERVIEW IS REQUIRED FOR THE EXECUTIVE AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS.

    MEXICAN STUDENTS

    • Submit your Bachelor’s degree, high school diploma or equivalent.
    • Birth certificate
    • Identification card
    • If a student wishes to resume their studies from a partially completed program, the applicant must submit, in addition to the documents required above, a partial certificate of studies issued by the educational institution of origin, with officially recognized transcripts.

    FOREIGN STUDENTS

    • The Institution will admit students from abroad at the Bachelor’s and Master’s levels, provided that they comply with the following as required by the Public Relations Department:
    • Submit a validation of studies certificate or transcripts for studies completed abroad issued by the Ministry of Public Education, or relevant authority.
    • Have a birth certificate and study certificate, legalized by the country of origin.
    • Proof of authorization to travel for studies in the Mexican Republic (FM2 Visa). The
    • Institution reserves the right to grant or deny admission into any of the study programs it provides.

  • WHAT ARE THE FUNDING OPTIONS?

    Due to the economic problems faced by the country, Humanitas in association with Force H A.C. has created an investment fund to fulfill its mission. Funding is granted based on course load and Force H absorbs the additional costs associated with a chosen academic level.

    What are the requirements?

    • Follow the rules.
    • Adhere to Humanitas’ values (write a pledge to uphold these values).
    • Approved psychological evaluation.

  • WHAT DO I NEED TO GRADUATE?

    We currently have three requirements for graduation.

    • Maintain a minimum average of 8.
    • Complete postgraduate studies (two quarters in a Humanitas postgraduate course)
    • Complete a Thesis

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