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Universidad Centroamericana (UCA)

Nicaragua
www.uca.edu.ni/

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The Central American University (UCA) is the first private university created in Central America. It was founded in Nicaragua by the Society of Jesus on July 23, 1960, as a non-profit, autonomous educational institution of public service and Christian inspiration.

The UCA is part of the Association of Universities Entrusted to the Society of Jesus in Latin America (AUSJAL), constituted by 31 universities in 14 countries of the region and integrated into the network of Higher Education institutions of the Jesuits in Europe, Asia and U.S.

Faculty of Legal Sciences

• Law degree

Faculty of Humanities and Communication

• Degree in communication

• Degree in psychology

• Degree in Social Work and Development Management

• Bachelor’s Degree in Teaching English as a Foreign Language

• Degree in Sociology

• Degree in Philosophy

Faculty of Science, Technology and Environment

• Architecture

• Information Systems Engineering

• Network and Telecommunications Engineering

• Industrial engineer

• Environmental engineering

• Civil Engineering

• Degree in Graphic Design

Faculty of Economic Business Sciences

• Master in Business Administration

• Degree in Applied Economics

• Degree in Public Accounting and Auditing

• Degree in finance

• Bachelor’s degree in marketing

Centers and Institutes

• Higher Language Center (CSI)

• Directorate of Research and Social Projection (DIRINV)

• José Coronel Urtecho Library (BJCU)

• University Pastoral Center (CPU)

• Institute of History of Nicaragua and Central America (IHNCA)

• Institute for Training, Research and Environmental Development (CIDEA)

• Institute of Education of the Central American University (IDEUCA)

Programs and Services

• Social service

• UCA Alumni Office (OEXA)

• Labor Exchange Office (OBT)

• UCA Saludabe Program

• Encuentro Magazine)

Source: UCA

Geographical keywords: Nicaragua ; Central America
Methodological keywords: Formation ; Presential courses ; Online courses