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Masters Degrees in Urban Development in Mexico

Students who study urban development may be introduced to perspectives that come from a variety of different fields. These may include geography, public policy, urban planning, sociology, environmental studies, public service management and real estate.Mexico, officially the United Mexican States, is a federal constitutional republic in North America. Working may require a work visa, which is diff… Read more

Students who study urban development may be introduced to perspectives that come from a variety of different fields. These may include geography, public policy, urban planning, sociology, environmental studies, public service management and real estate.

Mexico, officially the United Mexican States, is a federal constitutional republic in North America. Working may require a work visa, which is difficult to get if you just want to freelance for a short time. Most of the government funded universities on mayor cities (state capital) have short courses on history, gastronomy and cultural subjects, most of them are almost free.

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Durango, Mexico

Train specialists capable of proposing development projects from their conceptualization to their implementation and evaluation, attending to their elaboration, negotiation, a ... +

Train specialists capable of proposing development projects from their conceptualization to their implementation and evaluation, attending to their elaboration, negotiation, and application processes. -
Master
Spanish (Mexican)
Campus
 
Tlalpan, Mexico

The Master's program in Urban Development was opened in 1976 and between that date and 1995, it trained 139 students in nine classes. After an important modification to the st ... +

The Master's program in Urban Development was opened in 1976 and between that date and 1995, it trained 139 students in nine classes. After an important modification to the study plan, in the 1995-1997 class, the program changed its name to Masters in Urban Studies, from which up to 2019 216 students graduated in twelve promotions, while, in the thirteenth class, 2019-2021, there are 19 students. The Master's program is designed with a flexible structure and transdisciplinary orientation. Likewise, as a result of the collective effort of students, teaching staff, and administrative staff, since 2007 the program has been distinguished in the National Postgraduate Register of the National Quality Postgraduate Program (PNPC) of the National Council of Science and Technology (CONACYT) in the International Competition category. -
Master
Spanish (Mexican)
Campus