National University of La Matanza

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National University of La Matanza
Universidad Nacional de La Matanza
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Established 1989
Type Public
Rector Lic. Daniel Martínez
Academic staff 1,338
Students 41,250
Location La Matanza, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Campus Urban
Website http://www.unlam.edu.ar/
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The National University of La Matanza (Spanish: Universidad Nacional de La Matanza, UNLM) is an Argentine national university situated in La Matanza Partido, Buenos Aires Province.

History[edit]

The University was created under the National Law 23.748 on 23 October 1989. This law was enacted to resolve the lack of institutions of higher education over the most populous county in Buenos Aires Province.

Departments[edit]

The institution is divided into Departments. The university, as of 2012, offered a Licenciado degree or Ingeniero degree in the following disciplines:

A. Engineering
1. Computer Science.
2. Electronic Engineering.
3. Industrial Engineering.
4. Web engineering
B. Social Sciences
1. Social communication
2. Social Work.
3. Labor Relations
4. Physical Education.
5. Public Relations.
6. Ceremonial and Protocol.
C. Economics
1. Administration
2. Public accounting
3. International Commerce.
4. Economy
D. Law
1. Attorney.
2. Politics
3. Tutorials
E. Health
1. Nursing
2. Nutrition
3. Kinesiology and Phisiatry
4. Medicine

Postgraduate School[edit]

In Argentina, and throughout Latin America, Postgraduate School education has only been implemented relatively recently due to the widespread Globalization. At the time of writing, the following programs are being offered in the University.

A. Specialist degree (M.S. equivalent)
1. Tax.
2. Customs.
3. Psychoanalysis.
4. Law.
B. Magister degree (Ph.D. equivalent)
1. Computer Science
2. Environmentalism.
3. International Commerce
4. Social Science.
5. Public Finance
6. Psychoanalysis.
7. Law.
C. Doctorate of Sciences (D.Sc.)
1. Economics

Sports[edit]

The University has fostered since its origins sports activities for students. Moreover, an open-doors policy had allowed members of the community to participate actively in sport activities and to use university installations.

In 2007 it was inaugurated a sport ground consisted of a 27-yard long swimming pool, beach volley ground, a soccer pitch and a running track.

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Coordinates: 34°40′14″S 58°33′46″W / 34.67056°S 58.56278°W / -34.67056; -58.56278