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Curricular competence

Form professionals with a sound knowledge of the economic and econometric theory; who live, promote and defend the university values and use the knowledge they have, using the best techniques and tools from statistics, mathematics, programming, game theory, general equilibrium theory, study, design and implementation of social institutions, to comprehend the dilemmas of the development and propose it through the expansion of the individual freedoms, contributing to the progress and wellbeing of the community.



CIEES Quality recognition


COPAES Quality recognition

Educational Program recognized for its quality by the Consejo Nacional de Acreditación de la Ciencia Económica, A.C. (CONACE).

Date of approval by the Collegiate Organ

June 18, 2014.

Start of operations

August-December 2014.

Enrollment period


Admission process

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Enrollment profile

The enrollment profile describes the desirable characteristic of the applicants who wish to join an educational program at DCEA in terms of competencies, knowledge, skills, attitudes and values. The applicants must distinguish by the following characteristics:

  • Knowledge:General knowledge on economic-administrative sciences. Basic knowledge of English such as numbers, colors, alphabet, family members, events of the day, clothing, time, everyday objects, self-introduction and ask for things or services. Knowledge of the graduate profile of the desired educational program.
  • Skills:Ability to use basic mathematics and statistics in solving problems. Skill to work with abstract concepts. Skills to correctly use Spanish, both orallyt and written. Skill to comprehend readings. Skill to reason inductively and deductively from written material. Skill to understand the basic level of English.
  • Attitudes:Self-motivation. Possess initiative. Willingness to learn. Interest in contributing to regional and national development.
  • Values: Respect. Honesty. Solidarity.
Graduate profile

The graduate profile of the degree in Economy

  1. Implements the abstract thinking and propositional logic, in the planning and solution of problems of the public and private organizations, to ease the process of decision making.
  2. Handles the economic theory and the mathematical, statistical, economic and computing methods to analyze data and evaluate the social-economic phenomena.
  3. Explains the social-economic phenomena founded in the economic theory to place the analysis in a structured framework.
  4. Interprets the social-economic phenomena founded in statistical and econometric analysis, to contrast the theory and facts.
  5. Understands the social reality and regional, national and international economy, to enrich hers/his international vision.
  6. Applies the analytic criteria in the social-economic area, to offer a different and formal perspective where it is required.
  7. Knows the structures and function of the public, private, regional, national and international institutions, to widen the vision and apply their action as a professional in an institution.
Requirements to graduate
  • Complete the corresponding syllabus.
  • Make among the chosen modalities by the Divisional Council: Thesis, Applied Work Project, Research Work, Professional Exercise, General Exam of Graduation from a degree and Academic excellence.
  • Complete the Professional Service.

Total number of credits of the Educational Program: 248 credits.


  • First enrollment
  • Professional Communication
  • Financial accounting
  • Probability & Statistics
  • Linear algebra
  • Differential calculus
  • Mathematical Logic
  • Microeconomy
  • Macroeconomy
  • Second enrollment
  • Administrative-Economic Seminars
  • Business communication
  • Social and political philosophy
  • Law
  • Inferential statistics
  • Integral Calculus
  • Theory of the consumer and the company
  • Macroeconomic theory
  • Third enrollment
  • Vector calculus
  • Organizational Communication
  • Economic history
  • Programming
  • Dynamic optimization
  • Market theory
  • Complementary I
  • Complementary II
  • Fourth enrollment
  • Contemporary management
  • History of Mexico
  • Information’s economy
  • Game theory
  • Macroeconomic policy
  • Econometry
  • Complementary III
  • Optative I
  • Fifth enrollment
  • Philosophy of Science
  • Stochastic and dynamic general equilibrium
  • Micro econometry
  • Environment’s economy
  • International economy
  • Public sector economy
  • Optative III
  • Sixth enrollment
  • Organizational behavior
  • Industrial organization
  • Macro econometry
  • Monetary Policy Theory
  • Economic growth
  • Optative III
  • Select topics I
  • Seventh enrollment
  • History of the Economic Analysis
  • Economic development
  • Private Finances theory
  • Select topics II
  • Select topics III
  • Eighth enrollment
  • Practice
  • Optative
  • Change management
  • Financial data analysis
  • Financial states analysis
  • Cisco cloud application and services
  • Office automation applications applied to business
  • Computing systems architecture
  • Audit of Systems
  • Audit of management systems
  • Intercultural communication
  • Optimate control
  • Organizational culture
  • Labor law
  • Commercial law
  • Tax law
  • Development of directive skills
  • Data base design
  • High performance equipment
  • Project evaluation and public policies
  • Project evaluation and entrepreneurism
  • Economic geo-politics
  • Globalization and Business
  • History and Philosophy of Work
  • Microfinances
  • Business model
  • E-business
  • International Trade
  • Food hygiene and nutrition
  • Human resources
  • Social responsibility
  • Direction and controls systems
  • Global management systems
  • Political systems
  • Culinary bases and techniques
  • Emerging marketing topics
  • Select topics of Econometry
  • Select topics of Applied Economy
  • Select topics of Statistics
  • Select topics of Finances
  • Select topics of Macroeconomy
  • Select topics of Mathematics
  • Select topics of Microeconomy
  • Select topics of Economic theory
  • Statistical Theory
  • Cultural tourism
  • Ecotourism
Offered in:

Campus Guanajuato, Division of Economic-Administrative Sciences (DCEA)
Venue Marfil
Fraccionamiento 1 S/N; El Establo; 36250; Guanajuato, Gto.
Phone: (473) 735 29 00
Campus website:
Division website:



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