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Minor Concentrations

Objective The program objective is to provide the students with knowledge and skills in a complementary discipline of their professional career. Students can enroll in a concentration once they have passed the fifth semester.

Program Structure:
The total academic course load is 48 units, distributed as follows:
• Four or five courses with an academic load of eight (8) units each; each of them can be accredited through the courses denominated Topics in the academic programs of the major.
• One or two projects with an academic load of eight (8) units each and must be completed in an organization assigned according to the student’s area of concentration.
• The courses that integrate the program accredit variable courses (identified in the curriculum as "Topics").
• Once the student concludes this program will obtain a certificate.


School of Business
 
Code
CIP
Concentration
Associated Program
5
6
521401
Retailing
LEM
7
521401
Commercialization and Sales
LEM
8
520703
Family Business and Wealth Generation  
LCDE
9
520801
Financial Analysis and Investment Management
LAF
10
520801
Equity Finance      
LAF
11
520801

Business Finance 

LAF
12
520201
Finance  
LDN
13
520801
Financial
LAF
14
521101
International Business
LIN
15
520201
Logistics  
LDN
16
521401
Interactive Marketing
LEM
17
521401
Marketing Strategies
LEM
18
520201
Marketing
LDN
19
521101
International Entrepreneurship
LIN, LMC
20
520201
Social Innovation   
LAE
21
School of Architecture and Design
 
Code
CIP
Concentration
Associated Program
1
509999
Latin American Art  
LAD
2
040201
Interior Architectura 
3
4
500404
Jewelry Design, Manufacturing and Commercialization
22
521401
Promotion and Publicity
LEM
23
521101
Global Supply Chain Management  
LIN
24
520201
Turism
LAE
Health Sciences
25
520201
Consulting and Management Pharmaceutical
LAE
26
302401
Neurosciences     
LPS
27
450901

Global Issues

LRI
28
451001
Political Science
LPL
29
220101
Privat Law
LED
30
220101

International Commercial Law 

LED
31
220101
Public Law
LED
32
220101
Government and Public Transformation
LED
33
450901
International Cooperation for Development  
LRI
School of Humanities and Education
34
090702
Communication and Public Relations  
LCMD
160905
Creative Literary Writing 
LLE
36
160905
Contemporary Literature and Discourse 
LLE
37
160905
Music    
LLE
39
090702
Film Production and Directing
LCMD
40
160905
Development of Editorial Projects     
LLE
41
090401
Journalism
LMI
42
011102
Agronic Engineering
IAB
43
44
45
46
47
IIS
48
49
50
51
52
520201
Innovation
LAE
53
54
55
110103
Business Intelligence
LATI
56
57
58
IIS
59
140501
Biomedical Microtechnology
IMD
60
61
62
IC
63
64
141001
Applied Robotics
ITE
65
66
67
141001
Intelligent Systems
ITE
68
69

 

** CIP: ( Classification of Instructional Programs: 2000 Edition. [Online].), NCES - U.S. Department of Education. (2002).


Last update of programs: January 31, 2020

 

 





Minor Modalities

Objective: The aim of a modality is to provide students with the knowledge and skills to consolidate specific qualities described in the Tecnológico de Monterrey Vision. Its main characteristic is to link students and faculty with research lefts, companies or organizations in areas related to the student's major.

 

The total academic load is 48 units, distributed according to the modality. • The courses in a modality carry credit for variable courses ("Topics") and, in some cases, for curricular courses when the course learning objectives are met during the linkage process. • The linkage process carries credit for a minimum of 32 units and a maximum of 40 units. • It is taught from the fourth semester on.

 
Code
Name
Coordinator *
1
Consulting Modality
Continuing Education Vice Rector
2
Innovative Entrepreneurship Modality
School of Business
3
Enterprising Families Modality    
School of Business  
4
Research and Innovation Modality
Research and Technology Transfer Vice Rector
5
Leadership for Social Development Modality
School of Social Sciences and Government
6
Professional Experience Modality
Continuing Education Vice Rector

* With the School support.

Last update of programs: February 28, 2019

 

 

 

Certificates

A Certificate is a program that is designed for international students who participate in an exchange program in at least one academic period and whose purpose is to provide them with knowledge and skills in a specific area of ​​knowledge.

 
 
Code
CIP
Name
Program by Campus
1
509999
Latin American Art  
Monterrey
2
40201
Architecture and Media
Estado de México
3
140901
Development of Apps In Emerging Devices   
Monterrey
4
90702
Communication and Culture
Estado de México
5
450901
Latin American Studies
Monterrey
6
521101
Latin American Business Management 
Monterrey
7
521101
China Business
Guadalajara
8
521101
International Business  
Monterrey
9
90702
Audiovisual Media Production   
Monterrey
10
90401
Audiovisual Journalism  
Monterrey
11
143501
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt
Programa en Línea
12
110701
Artificial Intelligence and Data Science
Ciudad de México
13
143501
Supply Chain Management
Ciudad de México, Estado de México, Monterrey, Santa Fe
14
143501
International Ports Logistic
Puebla
15
141901
Components for the Automotive Industry
Puebla, Toluca
16
140801
Civil Engineering Fundamentals
Monterrey
17
141401
Energy in the Process Industry
Monterrey
18
141001
Monitoring and Advanced Control
Monterrey
19
261201
Caracterization and Extraction of Biomolecules
Monterrey
20
261201
Molecular Biology
Monterrey
21
143501
Supply Chain of National Materials in the Automotive Industry
Puebla
22
261201
Milk and Cofee Industrial Process
Puebla
23
110701
Software Development Against Breast Cancer
Cuernavaca
24
261201
Processes, Engines and Control Systems for Automotive Design
Estado de México, Monterrey
25
141001
Industrial Automation
Estado de México, Monterrey
26
141001
Artificial Intelligence and Embedded Systems
Monterrey
27
110701
Smart Cities
Guadalajara
28
140801
Civil Engineering Infrastructure
Guadalajara
29
143501
Business Technovation
Guadalajara
30
143501
Operational Excellence
Querétaro
31
143501
Quality & Six Sigma
Ciudad de México, Estado de México, Santa Fe
32
141001
Control Systems
Guadalajara

 

** CIP: ( Classification of Instructional Programs: 2000 Edition. [Online].), NCES - U.S. Department of Education. (2002).

Last update of programs: July 10, 2019