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Desempeño Posgrados en Economía IPN 1983- 2000

Villalobos Lopez, Jose Antonio (2021): Desempeño Posgrados en Economía IPN 1983- 2000.

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The birth of the postgraduate degree in Mexico is linked to two major public institutions: the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) from 1932 and the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN) since 1936. Efforts to evaluate the country's postgraduates systematically began in 1984, leading CONACYT with these policies. In 1991, the Graduate of Excellence Programs and in 2001 the National Quality Postgraduate Program (PNCP) was released The Graduate Section of the Higher School of Economics (ESE) of the IPN was founded in 1970, offering a master's degree in economic sciences with three specialties: industrial economy, international trade and economic development. At the beginning of 1986, the doctorate in economics was offered for the first time at the institution. There is a late situation in the administrative procedures of the professional certificates of the first students who took an exam of that academic degree, the first certificate is obtained in 1993, taking on average up to fifteen years to obtain it and the last generations until 2000, took on av-erage 8.6 years to count on that certificate issues the Directorate-General for Professions of the Secretariat of Public Education (SEP) The master's and doctorate in economic sciences offered by ESE-IPN's Graduate Studies and Research Section are recognized by CONACYT's National Graduate Quality Pro-gram, both degrees with research orientation.

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