01 (844) 411-8228 | 415-6103
Edificio CEII. Unidad Camporredondo.
Prol. David Berlanga y 16 de septiembre s/n.
The Interdisciplinary Studies and Research Center is a recently created Institute, but with a ten-year history.
It has two graduate programs: Master’s Degree in Cultural Development and Promotion and Doctoral Degree in Sciences and Humanities for Interdisciplinary Development.
Our intention is to contribute to reflection, the generation of knowledge and the construction of a critical mass. We want to influence social changes of transcendence from the perspective of complex systems and interdisciplinary research. For this, we use technologies in virtual platforms and we intend to develop a collaborative network for the formation of emerging communities of knowledge as forms of collective and distributed intelligence.
The Interdisciplinary Studies and Research Center of Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila calls for cultural managers, professionals and those interested in the field of sociocultural intervention to enroll in the Master’s program in Cultural Development and Promotion in its thirteenth generation, to begin classes in January 2018.
This program, which has more than 12 years in its history and 300 graduate students, responds to the challenges presented by social complexity in relation to the cultural field as a driver of change. The professional requirement in the promotion, management and cultural entrepreneurship requires to know and apply innovative and effective theoretical and methodological perspectives for intervention in order to motivate changes in the evolution of society. For this, we make use of technologies in virtual platforms and work under the perspective of the development of network collaboration. The master’s degree is of the professional type and aims to train qualified human resources in the application of scientific and technical knowledge in social, public and private spheres. Its accentuation is oriented towards the application of methodologies to intervene the social reality through the dimension of culture, but it is supported on the scientific work of the social sciences.
For the selection of aspiring master’s students, the interested party must deliver the requested documentation in full and punctually to the administration of the program via e-mail during the indicated period.
The academic committee reviews the admission profiles and analyzes the project proposal presented by each candidate.
The acceptance or rejection to the program is announced by personalized e-mail.
|To promote through academic-excellence and flexible strategies for the comprehensive development of Mexico, the importance of the dimension of culture in the construction of identities, the promotion of artistic talent, the revaluation of cultural heritage and socio-economic development.|
|To train professionals in development, management and cultural management with capacity for direction and decision-making, to intervene in the analysis, design and implementation of cultural policies from the public, private and independent spheres, at various levels of competence and impact on plural realities.|
|To integrate a training with openness, based on an interdisciplinary approach, which extends the practice and intervention of cultural agents.|
|To promote a formative exchange of conceptual and methodological approaches of the main tendencies of the cultural practice at international level which facilitates the comparative analysis of the cultural intervention in diverse realities and which allows us to enrich our own work.|
|To train promoters and professional cultural managers to improve their work in the institutional, community and independent fields.|
The program is structured in biannual periods and it is based on thematic axes which allow to address central problems and specific needs; subjects required in the training of the culture worker, as well as lines of content which encourage the acquisition and management of the necessary instruments for the professional practice from an interdisciplinary perspective.
It offers a blended learning modality, with virtual tools, and 3 face-to-face weeks are held in Saltillo, Coahuila, the last week of June at the end of the first, third and fifth semesters. The classes are virtual, but forums and debates are held through electronic devices in non-school spaces and aim to integrate the knowledge and reflection of each taught class.
- Capacity for conceptual and operational analysis of culture practice at different levels and areas of incidence, from community, public and private management.
- Capacity to design, plan and execute cultural policies and projects.
- Ability in the methodological management of the macro and micro planning of culture.
- Ability to manage actions for the execution and administration of cultural programs and projects before community, public or private entities.
- Development of skills for the procurement of funds and budgets required for the execution of programs and projects.
- Capacity for research, programming, administration and evaluation of cultural services.
- Analysis capacity for the linking and articulation of cultural services with the processes of social and cultural development of the population.
- Development of attitudes of flexibility, openness and tolerance which avoid stereotypes of race, religion or values which limit cultural practice.
- Development of creativity and capacity to propose, for the analysis of problems and actions from different perspectives which allow the formation of a critical capacity.
- Capacity for evaluation and social feedback, which allows to weigh the development and impact of programs and projects in community processes.
- Management capacity of administrative, economic and labor processes of cultural services.
- Direction and management capacity for decision-making in public, private and community cultural management.
Fridays from 09:00 to 14:00 hours
Saturdays from 14:00 to 20:00 hours.
Every two weeks. The duration, dynamics and tools might vary as required.
In face-to-face week:
from Monday to Friday from 8:00 to 15:00 hours.
Once a year on the last week of June.
|January 12th – 13th||ORIENTATION|
|January 19th – 20th
February 2nd – 3rd
|IDENTITY AND CULTURE|
|February 16th – 17th
March 2nd – 3rd
|DIVERSITY, MULTICULTURALITY AND INTERCULTURALITY|
|March 16th – 17th
April 13th – 14th
|CULTURE AND DEVELOPMENT|
|April 27th – 28th
May 11th – 12th
|May 25th – 26th
June 8th – 9th
|ACADEMIC PROJECTS OF CULTURAL INTERVENTION SEMINAR|
|june 25 – 26 – 27 – 28 – 29||FACE-TO-FACE FORMATION I|
|August 10 – 11 – 24 – 25||CULTURAL COMPANIES|
|September 7 – 8 – 21 – 22||CULTURAL POLICIES|
|October 5 – 6 -19 -20||CULTURAL AND EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS|
|November 9 – 10 – 23 – 24||PLANNING OF CULTURAL INTERNVENTION ACADEMIC PROJECTS|
|January 18 – 19
February 1 – 2
|ART AND CREATIVITY|
|February 15 – 16
March 1 – 2
|March 15 – 16 – 29 -30||CULTURAL COMPANIES II|
|April 12 – 13
May 3 -4
|EVALUATION OF CULTURAL PROJECTS|
|June 24 – 25 – 26 – 27 – 28||FACE-TO-FACE FORMATION II|
|August 9 – 10 – 23 – 24||NEW CHALLENGES OF CULTURAL MANAGEMENT|
|September 6 – 7 – 20 – 21||PROCURATION OF FUNDS FOR CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT|
|October 4 – 5 – 6 – 18 – 19||INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION|
|June 24 – 25 – 26 – 27 – 28||FACE-TO-FACE FORMATION III|
|SEMESTER 1||SEMESTER 2||
|SEMESTER 4||SEMESTER 5||TOTAL|
|SHIPPING COSTS (foreigners)||$250.00||$250.00||(*)||$500.00|
|* CHARGE IN CASE OF REQUESTING THE SENDING OF ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS.|
The academic staff is guaranteed by the highest quality and professional experience in the area.
See below a list of teachers who participate or have participated in the program.
|José Antonio Amozurrutia de María y Campos||Ángel Patricio Chaves Zaldumbide||Santiago Chío Zulaica|
|Gabriela de la Peña Astorga||José Luis González Martínez||Jorge Alejandro González Sánchez|
|Aline María Gras Gas||Alfonso Hernández Barba||Liliana López Borbón|
|José Antonio Mac Gregor Campuzano||Margarita Maass Moreno||Guadalupe Moreno Toscano|
|Eduardo Vicente Nivón Bolán||Carlos Enrique Orozco Martínez||Silvia Peláez Polo|
|Adriana Pantoja de Alba||Andrea Barrios Nogueira||Ana Lucía Recamán Mejía|
|Eduardo Cruz Vázquez||Mónica Cecilia Suárez Artega||Ingrid St. Claire Lozano Woolrich|
|Jorge Thamer Rodríguez|