Almost all our courses in the Master programs are taught in Spanish and the student’s average age is 28 (with mandatory 1 year of work experience for taking MBA courses). We do not require anybody to have a proficiency certificate in Spanish, although you should have at least a B2 level to be able to take any of these courses. You will be able to take courses from all our Master programs but your enrollment in Master courses is subject to the approval of the respective program director.
Trimester based programs: (Fully taught in Spanish) The majority of courses take place online
• Full time MBA
• Part Time MBA (with specializations: entrepreneurship, Marketing, Finance, Operations and Technology Mgt
• Executive MBA* (not available for exchange studetns)
• International Management
• Public Policy
• Human Rights (not available for excahnge students)
• Information Technology and Management
• Risk Management
Semester based programs: (Applied Economics and Economic Theory taught in English)
• Applied Economics
• Economic Theory
• Data Science
• Computer Science
Students can revise our course list, but chosen courses must be approved by the Home Institution and the master's director in charge of each course.
ITAM allows Exchange Students to take courses from any of our departments regardless of their area of study.
Our list of courses corresponds to the previous trimester/year. It is the Exchange Student's responsibility to verify with ITAM's International Office if chosen courses will be availble during their exchange.
Graduate List of courses available in Spanish
ITAM Graduate Trimester courses October-December 2023 taught in Spanish
ITAM Gradaute Triemster courses January-March 2023 taught in Spanish
ITAM Graduate Trimester courses Apirl-June 2022 taught in Spanish
ITAM Graduate Trimester courses July-September 2022 taught in Spanish
As an Exchange student you must enroll in at least four subjects per period. Should you choose to stay for two terms at ITAM, you must not fail more than two subjects from the first period to register for the second one.
Grades are assigned in whole numbers only, on a scale from 0 to 10, with 6 as the minimum passing grade and 10 as the highest. All the students must present and pass their end-of-course examinations so the other evaluation criteria can be taken into account. Under no circumstances will a numerical grade under 6 be registered in the ITAM records. In order to obtain a numerical grade, it is mandatory to pass the subject. No credit can be given for partial fulfillment of the course requirements. Any grade under 6.0 will be registered as "N.A.” (Not-Accredited).
In graduate programs, 33 hours of theoretical class work per trimester represent four ITAM credits. There is no strict, absolutely certain formula for transferring workloads from one system to the next. Nonetheless, for the purposes of establishing a reasonable system of credit transfer between ITAM and partner universities using the ECTS credit system, if the topics covered in the syllabus generally fulfill the same objectives of the course in the home institution, most academic departments have generally considered that a European class granting 4 ECTS credits should be accredited at ITAM as a 4 credit class.
Students must corroborate with their home universities how the credit transfer system works with ITAM in order to avoid problems when revalidating their courses.
Trimester based programs (fully taught in Spanish)
The majority of courses take place online some in person
|Trimester 1||Jan 2 - March 25|
|Trimester 2||March 27 - June 24|
|Trimester 3||July 3 - Sep 23|
|Trimester 4||Sep 25 - Dec 16|
|Trimester 1||Jan 8 - April 6|
|Trimester 2||April 8 - June 29|
|Trimester 3||July 8 - Sep 28|
|Trimester 4||Sep 30- Dec 21|
Semester based programs (Applied Economics and Economic Theory taught in English)
|Semester 1||Jan 9 - May 27|
|Semester 2||August 7 - Dec 16|
|Semester 1||Jan 15 - May 231|
|Semester 2||August 12 - Dec 21|