Master in human, local and regional development
In the process of reaccreditation
Degree: Master in human, local and regional development
Duration: Four academic semesters
Accreditation: Accredited for three years July 2013- August 2016
Director: Dr. Guillermo Williamson C.
Tel: (56) (45) 2325909
The program began in 2001 and has the following objectives: To provide students with a solid conceptual basis that allows them to reflect on the problems of development and modernization from the perspective of human development.
Another goal is to develop competencies for the design, management and evaluation of public, private and academic programs, strategies, investments and actions oriented to local and regional human development. Enabling advanced methodologies to carry out applied research around the processes of local and regional development, with special emphasis.
At the end of the Program, graduates will have developed capacities to design, manage and evaluate programs, strategies, investments and public, private and academic actions oriented to local and regional human development.
The graduate will have the skills to carry out applied research around the processes of regional and local development, with special emphasis on the generation of knowledge relevant to the achievement of human development.
Professional Degree and / or Degree in areas of training related to the Program, awarded by a national or foreign university in a program officially recognized in Chile.
Description of studies
The Program consists of 36 credits: 26 of Subject studies and 10 of the Thesis.
• Human Development at Territorial Level
• Knowledge and Territory Society
• Social research methodology
• Local Development and Social Capital
• Institutionality for Territorial Human Development
• Territorial Analysis and Management Methodology
• Topics of Regional Economics
• Elective I
• Elective II
• Thesis project
• Elective III
• Thesis Development
Research lines• Knowledge and Territory Society
• Local and Endogenous Development and Territorial Social Capital
• Competitiveness and Territorial Economic Rationalities
• Institutionality for Human Development
• Training of people for Local and Regional Development
ClassesFriday and Saturday between 9:00 - 13:00hrs and from 15:00-18:00hrs, (both days)
Classes begin the first half of April and end in December of each year
FeesThe Program total: $3.400.000. (2016-2017)
Registration, $210.000 (2016)
The concept of titling stamps 200.000.-
Note: Given its accreditation, the program is awarded the CONICYT Scholarship.