Division of Humanities and Communications
The Division of Humanities and Communications groups 7 academic departments and 2 institutes that carry out interdisciplinary research.
- Department of Art
- Department of Communications
- Department of Education
- Department of History
- Department of Literature
- Department of Philosophy
- Department of Religious Sciences
- Research Institute for Educational Development (INIDE)
- Research Institute for Sustainable Development and Social Equity (IIDSES)
Objectives of the Departments of the Division of Humanities and Communications
1. To contribute to the development of knowledge via teaching, research and its communication
2. To train socially committed professionals with a comprehensive and global vision of communication processes
3. To train researchers and teachers through undergraduate - and mainly graduate - degree courses, in order to lay the foundations for future development
4. To introduce its disciplines to various sectors of society that could benefit from them
5. To promote socially committed, high-impact projects.
Each Department of the Division of Humanities and Communications has a Director and an Academic Committee. The Director chairs the Committee and administers the plans and policies it formulates. Each of the Departmentís Bachelor and Graduate-degree programs is supervised by a Technical Committee that is responsible for ensuring its effectiveness.