The School of Management opened its doors in 1965, first offering only a 2-year practical degree. In 1967, the School received authorization to offer a professional program in Administration. Five years later the School awarded its first undergraduate degree. The School of Management has since expanded to include seven master’s degrees, a new PhD program, and executive education programs in addition to its many other activities. School of Management programs are characterized for being up-to-date, pertinent, and of high quality.
The School of Management has more than 600 active undergraduate students and 1,600 students in the master’s and executive education programs. The undergraduate program has 5400 graduates, and the master’s and executive education programs have approximately 6000 graduates. These students and alumni successfully perform directive, executive, and entrepreneurial roles. Alumni are recognized in their fields for their excellent academic formation, human quality, and ethics of service and commitment to their country.