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Curricular competence

Form professionals in International Trade who live, promote and defend the university values; who use the knowledge to be competent in the knowledge areas of their profession which allows them to identify and start business and projects in international markets. Create effective exports and imports, through the analysis of the macro environmental surroundings with an appropriate handling of the information technologies and a high sense of social responsibility that contributes in the development of the nations’ trade.



CIEES quality recognition


COPAES quality recognition

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

Colegiado Collegiate Organ approval date

June 18, 2014.

Operation start

August – December 2014.

Entry period



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Entry profile

The entry profile describes the desired features of the applicants to enter an educational program of DCEA in terms of competences, knowledge, skills, attitudes and values.

The applicants for the educational major degree programs at DCEA, must distinguish for the following characteristics:


  • General knowledge on the economic-administrative sciences
  • Basic knowledge of English such as the numbers, colors, alphabte, family members, events of the day, clothes, time, everyday objects, know how to introduce yourself, and ask for things ot services.
  • Knowledge of the graduate profile of the desired educational program.


  • Skill to use mathematics and basic statistics in solving problems.
  • Skill to work with abstract concepts.
  • Skill to correctly use Spanish, bot written and oral.
  • Skill to interpret reading.
  • Skill to reason inductively and deductively parting from the written material.
  • Skill to comprehend the basic level of English.


  • Self-motivation.
  • Initiative.
  • Willingness to learn.
  • Interest in contributing to the regional and national development.


  • Respect
  • Honesty
  • Solidarity
Graduate profile

The graduate profile of the major in International Trade:

  1. Develops marketing plans that allow to execute the necessary actions to reach an specific objective in the international markets.
  2. Designs logistic strategies for the direction of the supplies and timely distribution means of goods and services in the international trade.
  3. Identifies the international and national quality standards that the organization must fuflill to guarantee the access to products and services to the international markets.
  4. Evaluates the key elements of an organization that allows to generate optimum levles of international competitivity.
  5. Starts business plans and projects with the use of information technologies using analysis tools that allow their permanence and growth in the international markets.
  6. Evaluates international investment projects to determine their financial feasibility in fulfilling the organization's objectives.
Graduate requirements
  • Cover the respective syllabus.
  • Make among the modalities chosen by the Divisional Council: Thesis, Applied Project, Research, Professional Exercise, General Graduate Exam of the major and academic excellence.
  • Complete the Professional Service.

Total number of credits of the Educational Program: 250 credits.

  • First inscription
  • Contemporary management
  • Economic Geo-Politic
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Linear Algebra
  • Professional Communication
  • International Trade
  • Complementary I
  • Second inscription
  • Organizational behavior
  • Economic Administrative Seminars
  • Inferential Statistics
  • Differential Calculus
  • Financial Accounting
  • Development of Mexico's External Trade
  • Law
  • Complementary II
  • Third inscription
  • Microeconomy
  • Development of Directive Competencies
  • Quality models and theory
  • Costs accounting
  • International Marketing
  • Supply Chain management
  • Legal framework of External trade
  • Fouth inscription
  • Macroeconomy
  • Innovation and Competitiveness
  • Research in Operations
  • Business communication
  • International Markets Research
  • International Business
  • Informatics in Business
  • E-Business
  • Optative I
  • Fifth inscription
  • Organizational Communication
  • International finances
  • International trade negotiation
  • International Commercial Treaties
  • Protocol ellaboration and methodology
  • Optative II
  • Complementary III
  • Optative III
  • Sixth inscription
  • International Economy
  • Corporate finance
  • Logistic information systems
  • International Logistics
  • Customs legislation
  • Customs commercial treaties
  • Select topics I
  • Seventh inscription
  • Report methodology and elaboration
  • Investment projects
  • Comprehensive project of External Trade
  • Customs regimes
  • International contracts
  • Select topics II
  • Select topics III
  • Select topics IV
  • Eighth inscription
  • Practicum
  • Optatives
  • Assumptions and fictions of Customs Law
  • Disloyal practices in International Trade
  • Export clusters in Guanajuato
  • Basic finance
  • Creativity in business
  • Market studies in Latin America
  • Select topics of External Trade Law
  • Select topics of International Strategic Negotiation
  • Select topics of Logistics
  • Business Communication Skills
  • Cultural projects management
  • Select topics of Finance
Offered in:

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