Daniel Alcides Carrión National University

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Daniel Alcides Carrión National University
Universidad Nacional Daniel Alcides Carrión
Daniel Alcides Carrión National University seal
Latin: Universitas Carrionensis, also called Alma Mater Carrionina
Type Public, general
Established April 12, 1965
Rector Dr. Ricardo Guardián Chávez
Academic staff
488
Students 7737
Location Cerro de Pasco,  Peru.
Campus Ciudad Universitaria San Juan.
Website www.undac.edu.pe
The scientific focus is on mining.

The Daniel Alcides Carrión National University (Universidad Nacional Daniel Alcides Carrión), or UNDAC for short, is the public university of Cerro de Pasco, Peru. It was founded by decree law no. 15527 on April 12, 1965. The university runs establishments in La Oroya, Oxapampa, Yanahuanca, Paucartambo, Tarma and La Merced. Due to its location the scientific focus is on mining and agronomic sciences.

Faculties[edit]

The UNDAC is organized into seven faculties:

Studies[edit]

Bachelor studies
Faculty of Education
Faculty of Agronomy
Faculty of Engineering
Faculty of Mining
Faculty of Economics
Faculty of Health science
Faculty of Dentistry
Master studies
School of Postgraduate education
Doctoral studies
School of Postgraduate education
  • Metallurgy (planned)
  • Education
  • Accounting
Diplomas
School of Postgraduate education

Agreed frameworks[edit]

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Coordinates: 10°40′7″S 76°15′9″W / 10.66861°S 76.25250°W / -10.66861; -76.25250