Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México
|Motto||Nada humano me es ajeno|
|Established||26 April 2001|
|Location||Mexico City, Mexico
The Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México (UACM) (Autonomous University of Mexico City) is a public university from México City founded in 2001. Before, the Federal District was the only federal entity without a state university.
The UACM was established on April 26 of 2001 by Andrés Manuel López Obrador as Universidad de la Ciudad de México. The first venue was Casa Libertad, the formerly Santa Marta Acatitla women's prison and later a youth center. On December 16 of 2004 was declared autonomous.
The rectory is in Benito Juárez delegation.
There are 5 academic venues, one is for postgraduates studies.
|Cuautepec||Gustavo A. Madero||Undergraduate|
|Del Valle||Benito Juárez||Undergraduate & Postgrade|
|San Lorenzo Tezonco||Iztapalapa||Undergraduate|
The UACM offers 11 bachelor's degrees, and 10 postgraduates programms (8 master degrees and 2 doctoral degrees).
- Arts and cultural patrimony
- Literature creation
- Politic sciences and urban administration
- Social sciences
- Communications and culture
- Philosophy and history of ideas
- History and contemporary society
- Urban transport system engineering
- Industrial electronic system engineering
- Electronic and telecommunication system engineering
- Energy Systems Engineering
- Health promotion
- "Santa Martha Acatitla alberga hoy una prepa y la Casa Libertad". La Jornada. September 19, 2000.
- "Breve Historia de la UACM". UACM. Retrieved November 24, 2010.
- "Acerca del Centro Vlady". UACM. Retrieved November 24, 2010.