The new race is Applied Sociology and according to what was published by UNAM Global, its objective is to train professionals who “have the necessary skills to carry out diagnoses and propose strategies that favor social transformation, aimed at improving the living conditions of people in the South and Southeast of Mexico”.
The new bachelor’s degree will last eight semesters made up of 37 disciplinary subjects, four compulsory electives by area of deepening and six electives.
“The graduates of this degree will be able to work in public and private institutions in the area of project evaluation and design, applied research spaces, design of public policies, development of surveys, planning and management of problems related to the environment, among others”, details UNAM Global.
New School of Forensic Sciences
In addition, this Thursday, the UNAM reported that it will create the National School of Forensic Sciences (ENaCiF), “the first of its kind in the country, in order to continue training highly qualified professionals in the various areas of these sciences.”
“The School will be a leader in Mexico in strengthening this field of study and will help to procure and administer justice with more robust scientific evidence,” the educational institution said in a statement.