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Curricular competence

Form professionals in international trade that live, promote and defend the university values; take advantage of the competent knowledge in different knowledge areas that allow them to identify and start businesses and projects in international markets, as well as making effective export and import operations through the analysis of the macro environmental ambience with an adequate handling of the information technologies and a high sense of social responsibility that contributes to the development of trade in the nations.



CIEES Quality recognition


COPAES Quality recognition

Educational program accredited by the Consejo de Acreditación en Ciencias Administrativas Contables y Afines, A.C. (CACECA).

Collegiate organ approval date

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 characteristics of the applicants to enter an educational program in DCEA in terms of competencies, knowledge, skills, attitudes and values;

The applicants to enter the degree programs at DCEA must distinguish for the following features:


  • General knowledge on economic-administrative sciences.
  • Basic knowledge of English such as numbers, colors, the alphabet, family members, every day events, clothing, time, everyday objects, know how to introduce oneself or ask for things and services.
  • Knowledge of the graduate profile of the desired education program.


  • Skill to use basic mathematics and statistics to solve problems.
  • Skill to work with abstract concepts.
  • Skills to correctly use Spanish both orally and written.
  • Skills to interpret reading.
  • Skill to inductively and deductively reason from a written material.
  • Skill to comprehend the basic level of English


  • Self motivation.
  • Possess initiative.
  • Desire to learn.
  • Interest to contribute to the regional and national development.


  • Respect
  • Honesty
  • Solidarity
Graduate profile

The graduate profile of the degree in Industrial Relationships

  1. Starts actions so the personnel achieves objectives and goals of the organization, guided by the values of freedom, truth, justice, equity, tolerance and respect.
  2. Reflects on the impact of the history of work and administration to make transformation in the work and administration.
  3. Collaborates to integrate all the actors of an organization understanding its indicators and priorities and easing the interaction among these.
  4. Manages the processes and procedures related to incorporating personnel in the organization.
  5. Manages processes of formation and development of personnel for the optimal management of the organization.
  6. Manages systems of remunerations that contribute to the wellbeing of people and their organizations.
  7. Negotiates actions to increase the participation and involvement of the personnel with the purpose to strengthen the identity and commitment with its organization.
  8. Constructs efficient work systems focused on responsibility and the empowerment to potentiate the human capital.
  9. Designs strategies to improve the communication in an organization.
  10. Manages work relationships seeking to maintain a optimal work climate in the organization.
Graduate requirements
  • Complete the corresponding syllabus.
  • Make among the chosen modalities by the Divisional Council: thesis, applies work project, research, professional exercise, EGEL exam and Academic excellence.
  • Complete the professional service.

Total number of credits of the educational program: 238 credits.

  • First enrollment
  • Microeconomy
  • Contemporary management
  • Professional Communication
  • Financial accounting
  • Law
  • Human resources
  • Second enrollment
  • Macroeconomy
  • Economic-Administrative seminars
  • Administrative accounting
  • Individual labor law
  • Compensations management
  • Recruitment and selection
  • Complementary I
  • Third enrollment
  • Probability and statistics
  • Labor economy
  • Financial management
  • Collective labor law
  • Payroll design and management
  • Optative I
  • Complementary II
  • Fourth enrollment
  • Inferential statistics
  • Protocol methodology and elaboration
  • Business communication
  • Procedural labor law
  • Training and development
  • Organizational behavior
  • Optative II
  • Fifth enrollment
  • Organizational communication
  • Labor negotiation
  • Human Resource Information Systems
  • Formation of instructors
  • Easing of group processes
  • Optative III
  • Complementary III
  • Sixth enrollment
  • Strategic management
  • Report methodology and elaboration
  • Social security
  • Performance evaluation
  • Informatic platforms for human resources
  • Change management
  • Studies of the organization
  • Select topics I
  • Seventh enrollment
  • Social orientation of the Industrial Relationships
  • Practicum
  • Eighth enrollment
  • Models and theories of quality
  • Occupational health and safety
  • Consulting
  • Development of Directive skills
  • Select topics II
  • Select topics III
  • Select topics IV
  • Optative
  • Select topics of Human Resources
  • Select topics of Labor relationships
  • Select topics of Organizational behavior
  • Select topics of Organizational development
  • Resolution of interpersonal conflicts
  • Labor relationships
  • Social Psychology
  • Informatics in business
  • Labor history and philosophy
  • Psychosocial dynamic of the Mexican
  • Evaluation of projects and public policies
  • Management systems audits
  • International business
  • Intercultural communication
  • Emerging topics of marketing
  • Analysis of financial states
  • Labor law
  • Culinary techniques and bases
  • Nutrition and hygiene of food
  • Database design
  • Systems audits
  • Cultural tourism
  • Nature tourism
  • Labor sociology
  • Compared industrial relationships
  • Globalization and Business
  • E-business
  • Tax law
  • Commercial law
  • Application and services in CISCO cloud
  • Social responsibility
  • Organizational culture
  • Global systems of negotiation
  • Social-economic context of Mexico
  • Workers and employer’s organizations in Mexico
  • Psychometric tests
  • Intentional use of oneself
  • Evaluation and start of projects
  • Negotiation systems audits
  • Labor climate in the organization
  • Historical evolution in United States
  • Ofimatic applications applied to businesses
  • Systems of control and direction
  • Business model
  • Computing systems architecture
  • High performance equipment
Offered in:

Campus Guanajuato, División de Ciencias Económico Administrativas (DCEA)
Venue Marfil
Fraccionamiento 1 s/n; Colonia El Establo; C.P. 36250; Guanajuato, Gto.
Phone: (473) 735 29 02 extensión 2667
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Guanajuato, Gto., México

Tel: +52 (473)  732 00 06

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