The number of CETYS University’s professors who has a doctorate degree has increased thanks to the drive for research and quality education that CETYS delineated in its strategic plan for 2020.
At the national level, less than 1% of the population has doctoral studies and of this group, more than a quarter emigrates to the United States to develop professionally, reason why for an institution like CETYS to maintain a high level academic cloister is a priority and a reflection of its commitment to quality, since a society with more people with a doctorate degree has a better chance of advancing in the fields of sciences and humanities.
“For CETYS the high educational quality is a priority; by encouraging the training of doctors we offer students the competitive advantage of being under the mentorship of researchers of international stature who also contribute to the development of the community through applied research, “explained Dr. Gárate.
This year 3 of our fellows got their Doctorate Degree:
- Eduardo Díaz, College of Business, Tijuana campus. By City University of Seattle.
- Carlos Humberto García Alvarado, Institutional Affairs, President’s Office, Ensenada campus. By City University of Seattle.
- José Luis Bonilla Esquivel, Coordinator of the Doctorate and of the Masters in Education at System level in Campus Tijuana. By Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Occidente.
In addition, 10 new professors with these credentials were integrated to the area of Administration and Business, Engineering and Humanities:
- Dra. Dora Caudillo
- Dra. Karla Garduño Palomino
- Dra. Dalia Holanda Chávez García
- Dr. Edgar Madrid
- Dra. Marisela Martinez
- Dra. Karina Parra Elizalde
- Dra. Sylvia Mónica Pérez Núñez
- Dra. Sol Elvira Pérez Torres Lara
- Dr. Germán Serna
- Dr. Arturo Serrano (Visiting Professor)
“CETYS is very committed to High Quality Education and for this, we need to have qualified teachers to provide students with the best competitive advantage, with an international vision and experiences in the labor field,” said the Vice-Chancellor.