Letter from the Director

Claudia García, Ph.D.

Department Director


Dear (a) Visitor:

The Department of General Curriculum Zamorano gives you the warmest welcome to their website. It is our intention that the information provided on our educational program and answer your questions tempt you go visiting.

Our Department serves 956 students from most Latin American countries: Ecuador (30%), Honduras (25%), Guatemala (10%), Panama (9%), El Salvador (7%), Nicaragua (May %), Peru (4%), Bolivia (4%), Colombia (3%), Dominican Republic (2%), the remainder is made up of students from Mexico, Costa Rica, Belize, Haiti, Paraguay. 0.2% of our students come from Canada and Italy. Women represent 33% of the student population we serve. In the teaching-learning process involved about 40 teachers from different specialties and national. Additionally, they contribute to this process laboratory instructors, trainers and tutors of learning by doing.

The purpose of our department is to contribute to the formation of the generic profile of our students; providing a holistic and integrated training, providing knowledge of basic sciences, broadening the knowledge students have of the human sciences, while instilling personal and social values, placing the student at the local, national and international context. Our mission is to develop products based on the five leading institutional pillars: academic excellence, learning by doing, character formation and leadership, and entrepreneurship Americanism, thus contributing to the development of the societies in which our students will perform as professionals.

We appreciate your visit.