Ibero-American University Tijuana
|David Fernández Dávalos, SJ|
|Luis Núñez Gornés|
|Affiliations||Jesuit, AUSJAL Catholic|
Ibero-American University Tijuana (Universidad Iberoamericana Tijuana) in Playas de Tijuana, Tijuana, Mexico, was founded by the Jesuits in 1982. It is a part of the Mexican Jesuit University System. as one of the Universidad Iberoamericana Ciudad de México colleges.
In 1982 Universidad Iberoamericana opened its campus in Tijuana at two sites, one rented and the other on the premises of Peace College. Later space was rented in the Civil Hospital building. At first only high school studies and degrees in Architecture, Graphic Design, and Law were offered. In 1985 the cornerstone was laid for the present building.
Current facilities include, besides classrooms, a large hall, videoconference room, computer rooms, audiovisual communication and multimedia centre, library, fitness centre, community service centre, and Manresa House for retreats. There are sports facilities for tennis, indoor soccer, basketball, and volleyball.
The following undergraduate programs are offered:
- Business Administration
- Foreign Trade and Customs
- Graphic Design
- Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering
- Industrial Engineer
- Mechanical and Electrical Engineering
- Nutrition and Food Science
Professional nursing programs
- General Nursing
- Ongoing studies in nursing
- Administration and Teaching
- Intensive Care
- Pediatric Nursing
- Surgical Nursing
- Public Health
The following two courses are offered only at Tijuana: Digital Graphic Design and Urban Development Area in Geographic Information Systems.
The following are offered at both Tijuana and Mexicali:
- Education (as well as a doctorate, Ed.D)
- Law (LL.M.)
- Public Policy and Management
- Human Development
- International Logistics
- International Executive Management
- Organizational Development
- Official website (in Spanish)
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