The Specialization in Human Talent Management program conceives the definition of Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM) as a proactive approach to the strategic relationship between people and business processes. It also presents as its most relevant characteristic, the recognition of people as essential elements for the success of the company because they can be a source of sustainable competitive advantage for it.
The population and epidemiological transition confront health systems with the implementation of cutting-edge intervention strategies that respond to the needs of the environment and are operated from intersectoral and intercultural approaches which impact the social determinants of health.
The specialized professional training time seeks to claim the accountancy/taxation relationship as a field of application from the international scientific advances. It provides the academic community with new knowledge and tools for students to advise, propose solutions and issue recommendations in the basis of the law, facing problems related to the fulfillment of tax subject obligations or rights claims.
Relational Marketing redirects the strategic marketing orientation, transforming it from the perspective of only attracting customers (transactions), to the search for their integral satisfaction in the long term (relationships).
Comprehensive attention to early childhood involves addressing aspects related to the biological and emotional development of children, in addition to an analysis of the pedagogical strategies used for care within various areas of intervention.
The knowledge areas of speech therapy, as a result of advances in research, science and technology, are increasingly numerous and complex. Thereby, generating the need to create specializations that meet the demands of the environment.
The changes and policies generated by the Pan American Health Organization and the World Health Organization, as well as existing legislation, raise not only the need, but the obligation, to develop in companies (regardless of the economic activity that regulates them).
The changes generated to health systems demand new modalities of implementation, including changes in the organization and financing of health care, the development of human resources, the formulation of health policies, health management and administration. and greater transparency by governments.
The economic, political, and social changes that globalization has promoted, have forced public and private organizations to develop and implement new strategies that allow local, regional and national companies to keep within a demanding market.
The Specialization will provide the optimal management tools that allow the student to analyze and evaluate the economic, political, sociocultural and environmental setting, as well as the development of problem-solving, decision-making, interdisciplinary, diverse and multicultural teamwork associated with project efficiency skills.