Bachelor's degree in Economics


Economics places you at the juncture of social science, business and social policy. This fascinating subject helps explain the behavior of individuals, groups and organizations.

As an economics student, you will study how markets work to determine what is produced, how it is produced and how income is distributed. You will explore subjects like the role and impact of international trade, the eff ect of monopolies on the economy and the problems of unemployment and inflation.

This work will help you develop a strong understanding of businesses, markets and financial organizations. This means that you'll graduate prepared for careers in the private, public and academic sectors.

Admission Profile

Applicants to the Bachelor's Degree in Economics must have the following profi le.
★ Basic knowledge of algebra and functions of one variable.
★ General knowledge of the social and historical environment.

★ Logical thinking and language skills.
★ Reading and writing skills.
★ Basic use of the software package.

★ Interest in the social problems of the local, regional and national environment.
★ Willingness to work in a team with respect.
★ Discipline for the study of economic science.

Graduates Profile

The graduate of the curriculum of the Bachelor's Degree in Economics will be able to develop the following competencies:
★ Critically analyze the origin, evolution and impact of economic fl uctuations through the use of theoretical approaches and quantitative and qualitative tools, to understand, evaluate and forecast the behavior of economic systems and the effects on the welfare of the population, with honesty and responsibility.
★ Analyze public policies through the study of the economic, historical and social processes of the country considering the recommendations of international organizations to understand the economic development models, with a critical sense and social commitment.
★ Apply quantitative and qualitative methodologies and tools through the generation of models that allow understanding socio economic phenomena, with objectivity and transparency.
★ Apply the diff erent macroeconomic models to specific problems, through macroeconomic theories to search and create strategies oriented to decision making, with a sense of responsibility.
★ Analyze the behavior of small decision-making units and the interaction with markets through the application of the theories and analytical tools of microeconomics, in order to contribute to the promotion of sustainable competitiveness through an entrepreneurial attitude.
★ Formulate, evaluate and implement sustainable investment projects by applying the knowledge and techniques of economic science to have a socially responsible impact on development.

Occupational field

The central public administration:
In the Secretariats of Finance, Interior, Comptroller's Office, etc.

In the parastatal administration:

In research:
Elaborate and evaluate research projects.

As a Political Analyst:
Writing in specialized magazines, newspapers, etc.

Independent professional:
Consultant in political, social and economic matters.

Synthesis of the Study Plan

1. Basic stage: Includes a Common Core of 3 semesters with a total of 106 credits, where 100 of them are compulsory and 6 optional. The learning units for this stage are 18 compulsory and 1 optional.
2. Disciplinary stage: Includes 100 compulsory credits and 18 electives. The learning units for this stage are 18 compulsory and 3 optional.
3. Terminal stage: Includes 26 compulsory credits and 54 electives. The learning units for this stage are 5 compulsory and 9 optional.



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